Poland 'must pay' for Huawei arrest: Chinese state-run daily
Monday, 14 January 2019 BEIJING: Poland "must pay" for arresting an employee of Chinese telecom giant Huawei for alleged espionage, state-run tabloid Global Times said on Monday. Last week's detention of Wang Weijing follows the December arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer in Canada, and US efforts to blacklist the...
The Polish intelligence service has arrested a Chinese citizen suspected of spying in the country.
In response, Huawei said it had fired Weijing Wang for bringing the company into "disrepute."
According to CNN, Polish state media identified the suspect as Huawei's sales director for...
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The U.S. Justice Department unsealed two indictments on Monday against China's Huawei, several of its subsidiaries and its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, in a pair of cases accusing the company..
According to Broadcasting and Cable, Chinese telecom company Huawei has been indicted for theft of trade secrets, obstruction and wire fraud in the US.
The Justice Department announced the indictment..
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