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Kelvin Yang joins Huawei device's new country director

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Technology and smartphone manufacturing company Huawei appointment Kelvin Yang as the Country Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group in Bangladesh.
In this role, Kelvin will be based in Dhaka and have operational responsibility and provide strategic oversight for the consumer business group in the country, said a press release.
Prior to this appointment, Kelvin served as Country Director of Huawei Device in Tunisia, directing Device business. He has joined Huawei in 2010, having held positions in Tunisia and China. He holds degrees from Hunan University in China.

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