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China Accuses Canadian, Huawei to Sue As Spat Escalates

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China Accuses Canadian, Huawei to Sue As Spat Escalates

China Accuses Canadian, Huawei to Sue As Spat Escalates

According to Reuters, China’s government and its leading smartphone maker Huawei on Monday stepped up pressure on U.S. and Canadian governments in a dispute over market access that has accused Huawei’s CFO, who faces U.S. criminal charges.

China on Monday accused a detained Canadian man of stealing trade secrets passed on to him from another detained Canadian.

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