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Corporate Governance Overview

By staying customer-centric and inspiring dedication, we have sustained long-term growth through continuous improvement of our corporate governance structure, organizations, processes, and appraisal systems.

(As of December 31, 2017)

The Shareholders’ Meeting is the company’s authoritative body, making decisions on making decisions on major issues such as the company's capital increase, profit distribution, and selection of the members of the Board of Directors/Supervisory Board.

The Board of Directors (BOD) is the highest body responsible for corporate strategy, operations management, and customer satisfaction. The BOD’s mission is to lead the company forward. It exercises decision-making authority for corporate strategy and operations management, and ensures the protection of customer and shareholder interests.

The BOD and its Executive Committee will be led by rotating chairmen. During their terms, the rotating chairmen will serve as the foremost leader of the company.

The key responsibilities of the Supervisory Board include overseeing the responsibility fulfillment of BOD members and senior management, monitoring the company’s operational and financial status, and supervising internal control and legal compliance.

KPMG has been Huawei's independent auditor since 2000. The independent auditor is responsible for auditing a company's annual financial statements. In accordance with applicable accounting standards and audit procedures, the independent auditor expresses an opinion as to whether the financial statements are true and fair.

The company has established a business structure that focuses on three dimensions: customers, products, and regions. All organizations jointly create value for customers, and are responsible for the company’s financial results, market competitiveness, and customer satisfaction.

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