Huawei has always endeavored to comply with applicable laws and regulations of the countries and regions in which it operates. These include the applicable export control and sanction laws and regulations of the UN, China, the US, and the EU. We are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities and obligations related to export controls. We have invested immense effort over the years to establish a mature and sustainable internal system for trade compliance that aligns with industry standard practices, and worked tirelessly to constantly improve this system.
We have also established an integrated trade compliance management organization within the company. This organization manages trade compliance across both group functions and field offices. In addition, we have established specialist teams in our global offices that monitor changes to local laws and regulations; formulate and refine our trade compliance policies, systems, and processes; drive the implementation of these requirements in applicable business domains and group functions; and manage and oversee trade compliance in each link of our business operations, ranging from procurement, R&D, and sales, to supply and services.
Huawei continuously pushes employees to further their own trade compliance awareness. Employees must sign the BCGs each year, which include commitments to observing applicable export control laws and regulations. Huawei provides training sessions on trade compliance to managers and employees across the company, with training taking various forms across different sessions. These efforts, combined with targeted training for specific business scenarios, ensure employees fully understand their own responsibilities and obligations, as well as those of the company, regarding export controls.
For details about Huawei's Statement of Compliance with Export Control Regulations, please visit the "Policies" section at: https://www.huawei.com/en/sustainability/sustainability-report