Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s $1 billion deal with China’s Huawei could pave the way for new Chinese tech partnership

China has been developing its own smart-technology products for years.

It is not just that it has become a leading tech hub in the world, but also that it is also a major consumer market, where it is competing with domestic giants like Apple and Samsung.

But with the arrival of Tesla’s Chinese partner, Huawei, Huawei could be poised to enter the fray.

Huawei is a Chinese technology giant that has a presence in a wide range of sectors, from telecommunications to pharmaceuticals.

The company is a key player in the growing smartphone market in China, which has seen a proliferation of Chinese-made smartphones that have a range of features, including GPS and wireless charging.

Tesla’s acquisition of Huawei could also help Tesla gain a foothold in the country.

The deal could allow Tesla to establish a network of suppliers and customers for products made by the Chinese tech giant, which is widely considered the leader in the industry.

Huawei, which in 2016 began selling a smartphone with a Huawei logo that was designed to work with a Tesla Model S, has since been selling a number of other devices made by Tesla.

Huawei’s first acquisition of Tesla came in 2011 when the company bought a manufacturing and supply chain company called Zhenya.

In the years since, the company has developed a reputation for quality and reliability, according to its former CEO, Guo Jianli.

Guo, who is also chief executive officer of Huawei’s mobile phone subsidiary Huawei Technologies, said in a statement that he is “very excited” to be joining Tesla.

“I’m sure we will meet many challenges together,” Guo said.

“We are very confident in Tesla’s vision and we look forward to working with Tesla.”

Guo did not say when Tesla plans to start selling the new Model 3, which it is expected to debut in the second half of 2019.

He did say that the company is working with suppliers to develop products with more features and greater reliability.

Huawei has a significant presence in the Chinese market and has become the top supplier of Chinese smartphone components.

The Huawei brand is used by a wide variety of Chinese brands and brands that are in China’s top 10 smartphone manufacturers.

For example, Huawei owns a large share of the China Mobile phone brand, a company that includes some of the world’s biggest smartphone makers including Apple, Samsung and Lenovo.

The iPhone maker is also owned by Huawei.

Huawei currently has a strong presence in Europe and the United States.

Its smartphone sales in China are increasing and its brand is gaining traction in other markets.

Huawei made its first sale in the U.S. in 2015, a deal that valued the company at $2.2 billion.

The acquisition of the Chinese company will give Tesla access to a massive network of customers for its Model 3 and Model X electric vehicles.

The $1.8 billion purchase of Huawei came as Tesla was on the verge of announcing a $2 billion purchase deal with Chinese carmaker BYD.

The new deal will bring Tesla to nearly 40 million customers in China and a number more around the world.

Tesla CEO Peter Szilagyi has said the company will be able to bring its products to as many as 1 billion people worldwide by the end of 2019, an increase of about 1 million customers a day.