Why Do Hik And Dahua Prefer American Branding In China?

Here are their corporate office buildings:

Twice as big top billing for Hik English over Chinese, Dahua no Chinese.

Anybody know why in a state so full of homeland propaganda it would be Ok for a company to lead with a non-native language, in their own country?

To attract workers, maybe? To look more Western?

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