Huawei headquarters building is pictured in Reading, Britain July 14, 2020. Matthew Childs | Reuters GUANGZHOU, China — Huawei’s revenue growth slowed sharply in the third quarter while its margin dipped as U.S. sanctions disrupt its business. Revenue for the September quarter came in at 217.3 billion yuan ($31.91 billion), up just 3.7% from the 209.5 billion yuan recorded in the same period last year. […] Huawei did not release a breakdown of what parts of its business contributed to revenue growth. Earlier this year, Huawei said that its consumer business, which includes its smartphones, was responsible for nearly all of the $12 billion shortfall in revenue it saw in 2019 versus its own targets.
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