China’s Huawei makes second attempt at Brazil smartphone market

China’s Huawei Technologies is making a second attempt at cracking the Brazilian smartphone market, the fourth-largest in the world, with the launch of two high-end handsets this month, after its cheaper offerings failed to catch on earlier in the decade. The move will take Huawei beyond its current role in Brazil as a supplier of cellular network equipment to challenge Samsung Electronics and Lenovo Group’s Motorola brand which dominate the local smartphone market. Reuters reports. China’s Tianqi taps ‘safe choices’ for board of top lithium miner SQM China’s Tianqi Lithium Corp said on Wednesday it would nominate two Chileans and a U.S. businessman to the board of lithium miner SQM, candidates seen as ‘safe choices’ for the world’s No. 2 lithium producer […]

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