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默认 中国强硬处理孟晚舟事件 华为公关努力付之东流

中国政府自去年12月初以来对华为首席财务官孟晚舟在加拿大被捕并面临引渡到美国的事件所采取的报复性强硬回应,包括拘捕加拿大国民和将一加拿大人改判死刑等,严重威胁和削弱华为近年在全球展开的公关活动,让外界更加质疑华为与中国政府的紧密关系。

美联社星期三报道表示,作为全球最大的电信网络设备商和少数能有中国品牌产品打入全球市场的华为,近年在全球推动和展现“软实力”打造华为形象,冠名赞助加拿大的冰球和澳大利亚的英式橄榄球等比赛,资助世界许多大学的科研,资助欧洲的古典音乐会,向新西兰学校捐赠钢琴,并将外国学生请到中国接受技术培训等等。

报道表示,不过,华为的所有公关努力都面临威胁,因为中国强硬处理与加拿大在孟晚舟事件上的分歧,而美国也不断指责华为产品,尤其是下一代5G网络,可能帮助中国极权政府在全球从事间谍活动,华为盗取美国的商业机密,以及孟晚舟涉嫌帮助破坏国际社会对伊朗的制裁。

加拿大前驻华大使赵朴(Guy Saint-Jacques)表示,在2018年12月1日孟晚舟被拘捕前,华为的市场推销计划进展良好。但目前,公众舆论对中国和华为的看法在改变。

报道表示,尽管没有证据显示华为的市场推销计划背后有阴险目的,而华为的赞助行为也跟全球跨国公司一样,不过赵朴表示,在某个节点上,多数的加拿大人会感到,不应该再跟华为做生意了。

报道表示,华为公司没有回应置评的请求,此前也否认华为产品可能用于间谍活动的指责。而中国政府也反驳称华为的批评者是虚构威胁。但是,近一段时期,有关华为公司的消息和标题仍然是负面的为主。

此外,加拿大国家邮报星期二发表署名文章,呼吁加拿大人勇敢地对抗中国政府,抵制华为产品,回应中国政府为庇护华为公司,就孟晚舟事件强硬地施压加拿大政府、肆意拘捕在中国的加拿大国民,将一名加拿大人就15年的刑期上诉改判为死刑。


http://www.wenxuecity.com/news/2019/02/13/8084906.html


National Post:
Martin Patriquin: It's time for Canadians to stand up to China and boycott Huawei products
Huawei’s Hockey Night in Canada gambit is part and parcel of an initiative to convince us that the company is but a producer of slick smartphones and advanced technology equipment
On Dec. 1, the day on which Canadian authorities arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou on behalf of U.S. investigators, Hockey Night in Canada rang in with that familiar brassy jingle. After Don Cherry performed a mildly queasy fashion commentary of besuited players arriving for the night’s Toronto-Minnesota game, the HNIC hosts hashed out the scandal that was the Maple Leafs’ six-year, $6.9-million contract for underperforming forward William Nylander.

Viewers would also have spotted another (though more recent) staple of the broadcast: Huawei’s clamshell-like logo. It beamed from under the hosts’ table and hovered over their shoulders. The company name fell from Ron MacLean’s lips as he introduced the segment. Thanks to a three-year, multimillion-dollar deal with broadcaster Rogers, the Chinese technology giant is at the very heart of Canadiana, viewed each Saturday by almost two million Canadians.
Such an expensive branding effort would be fine, except for this: the Chinese government, to which Huawei is intimately tied, has been virulently anti-Canadian as of late.

The Chinese government’s harsh and arbitrary actions on behalf of the company, exercised solely to put pressure on Canada to release Meng, is why Huawei should be banished from the visual real estate of the country’s most enduring hockey program. As well, Canadians should boycott Huawei products.
In the weeks following Meng’s arrest in Vancouver, the Chinese government has threatened the Canadian government, arbitrarily detained two Canadian citizens and changed the sentence of an Abbotsford, B.C.-born convicted drug smuggler from 15 years imprisonment to death.
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