Mobile World Congress 2020 has been cancelled most of coronavirus concerns

After several of the largest companies exhibiting at the show, released during the last week due to concerns about the outbreak of coronavirus, the GSMA announced that the Mobile World Congress 2020 is officially cancelled…

In an emailed statement to Bloomberg and the Financial Times, the CEO of the GSMA John Hoffman, said the epidemic was “impossible” to organise the event.

“World-wide concern about the outbreak of coronavirus, travel concerns and other circumstances, it will be impossible to GSMA for organizing the event,” he said.

The Financial Times journalist Daniel Thomas has been first report of the news.

Among the companies that have aly has confirmed that they would not be present were Amazon, Ericsson, Intel, LG, MediaTek, Nvidia, Sony, Vivo, Facebook, AT&T, Telus, and Nokia, among others.

In an emailed statement to Bloomberg and the Financial Times, the CEO of the GSMA John Hoffman, said the epidemic was “impossible” to organise the event.

JUST in: THE 2020 Mobile World Congress has been cancelled by the GSMA, by reason of #coronavirus fears.

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