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Canada Approves Extradition Proceedings Against Huawei Executive

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Canada Approves Extradition Proceedings Against Huawei Executive

Canada Approves Extradition Proceedings Against Huawei Executive

According to Reuters, the Canadian government cleared the way on Friday for extradition proceedings against the chief financial officer of Huawei, who faces charges in the United States.

Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Vancouver last December and is currently under house arrest.

The government said that "department of Justice Canada officials issued an authority to proceed, formally commencing an extradition process in the case of Ms. Meng Wanzhou." In late January the U.S.

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