The company's latest earnings report got a boost from Chinese carriers who are now switching over to 4G LTE networks. Huawei is missing out in the U.S., where it is not allowed to sell its telecom equipment due to fears that the company's pipelines are being used as a conduit for espionage by the Chinese government. For the all of 2013, Huawei reported net profit of 21 billion Yuan ($3.38 billion USD). That was a gain of 34.4% from the 2012 numbers. Profit margins rose for the second consecutive year.
Revenue amounted to 238 billion Yuan ($38.3 billion USD) and Huawei says it expects revenues to rise 10% this fiscal year. In addition, the company says that by 2018, it expects to report revenue of 435 billion Yuan ($70 billion USD).