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for a company blacklisted by the U. S. Chinese tech giant Huawei is doing pretty well in fact the company revealed Tuesday that revenue in the first half of the year grew more than twenty three percent compared to fifteen percent last year the chairman young loss to the company wasn't out of the woods just yet just so that's a sort of a phone given the foundation we late in the first half of the year we continue to see growth even after we were added to the NC list objectively we've been facing a lot of difficulties in the last half of the year and the next year ahead , always the world's largest maker of telecoms gear but it hit hard times in mid may after the U. S. put it on a so called entity list threatening the company's access to key US components in software like Google android apps Washington has called Wally and national security risk saying its equipment could be used by Beijing for spying accusations that hallway denies , always CEO has warned that the sanctions could cost the company billions in revenue but analysts say there's also good news for the company in the form of new five G. Kerrier contracts , and strong smartphone sales at home in fact the spot with the U. S. may have helped boost the company's brand on the mainland , today hallways smartphones are top sellers in China according to market research firm catalyst hallways smartphone market share jumped to thirty eight percent in the second quarter even as other vendors lost ground in the world's largest smartphone market