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Maybe don't have to sell its processors. Develop a few types of processor. Some owned wholly by Huawei and some sold for various partnership stakes of between 40% to 70%. Then allow these processor developers to compete amongst themselves. The worry a partner has is whether Huawei will copy. As long as there is a way Huawei wholly owned units can buy from this partnerships after 6-12 months, with enduring revenue offered to these partnerships guess it will settle the concern. Should work the other way round too. Most businesses are looking at how to profit.|
On Apps and Games, takes time but it isn't difficult. This is why Chinese must inculcate daily living by the right social value and behavior. Emphasizing on good humanity values in particular matters like filial piety, respect for the elderly, compassion to the those who are lesser are helpful because it will drive Apps development in the right direction. For example when people are less selfish and more inclined to help others i.e. a closer society, they will develop very friendly Apps to help people for say, a hospital. Good social livelihood will be welcomed everywhere.
On Games, develop a beacon of games development hub within itself which is able to draw from the global mindset. Something that publishes in print, videoed in visual and audio like cinemas, appears of mobile IT like laptops, handphones and tablets, with also functions like cosplays etc. Huawei needs 2 or 3 brands here to foster a global game community. Start a few of these communities in China, Japan, Germany, US, England, Russia, Brazil and Indonesia. From there spread out.