Huawei Responds That Report of Full Takeover of AITO Sales System Is Untrue

Chinese tech giant Huawei has responded to a recent report that it will fully take over the AITO sales system, saying that the information is untrue.

The report, published by Late Auto, claimed that all sales staff of Wenjie, AITO's flagship car brand, will join Huawei's wholly-owned subsidiary Shenzhen Huitong Business Co., Ltd. and become Huawei's non-staff employees. The visa changes will be completed next year.

However, both Huawei and AITO Auto have denied the report. Huawei said that Wenjie Automobile has been loved and recognized by consumers since its launch, and that it will further increase the construction of directly operated stores in order to provide consumers with a better sales and service experience.

Shenzhen Huitong Business Co., Ltd. was established in June 2004 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Huawei Investment Holdings Co., Ltd. It provides high-end business services and corporate business travel services to Huawei and other large and medium-sized enterprises in a market-oriented manner.

Public information shows that there are two types of Wenjie terminal stores: user centers and experience centers (supermarket stores). As of July this year, AITO Wenjie user centers and experience centers (supermarket stores) have covered more than 230 cities, with more than 1,100 in number, including 206 Wenjie user centers and experience centers (supermarket stores). There are 903 homes.

It is unclear why the report of a full takeover of the AITO sales system by Huawei was published, but it is likely that it was based on speculation or misinterpretations of publicly available information.

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