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Huawei tightens China market hold with 42% share at expense of iPhones: Canalys

Reuters Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Huawei tightens China market hold with 42% share at expense of iPhones: CanalysHuawei Technologies captured a record 42% of China's smartphone market in the third quarter as local consumers rallied behind it after U.S. sanctions, leaving Apple to languish towards the bottom of the pile, market data showed.
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