Timeline Harvard Business School Case Study – “The Clean Network and the Future of US-China Tech Competition”
In just 9 months, the Clean Network has grown to nearly 60 Clean Countries, representing 2/3 of the world’s GDP, 200 Clean Telcos and many industry-leading Clean Companies like Oracle, Fujitsu, Cisco, Siemens, VMware, NEC, and HP.
This alliance of democracies now includes 26 of the 27 EU member states along with technology savvy nations like Japan, Israel, Australia, UK, Singapore, Taiwan, Canada, Vietnam, New Zealand, and India.
The Clean Network’s momentum has turned the tide on Huawei and the CCP’s 5G master plan. By building an alliance of democracies built on democratic values embodied in its Trust Standards, it has garnered overwhelming international support and bipartisan backing.
The Wall Street Journal has said, “Though its success has been a quiet one, Clean Network could turn out to be the administration’s most enduring foreign-policy legacy.”
Remarkably, Huawei’s vaunted 90 deals have dwindled to a mere 12 outside of China. It has proven that China Inc. is beatable and, in the process, exposed its biggest weakness— lack of trust.