• Discovered documents reportedly link Huawei to illegal equipment sales in Iran, Syria

    12 days ago - By Phone Arena

    The arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada last month was based on a U.S. warrant claiming that the executive had defrauded the global banking system. Why would the daughter of Huawei's founder do something like that? The U.S. says that Meng was trying to hide the fact that Huawei was doing business with Iran, which would be illegal in the states due to U.S. sanctions against the country that were in place at the time.
    The case against Meng revolves around Huawei's ties to two small companies. One is a Tehran based telecom equipment seller called Skycom Tech Co ...
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  • Huawei CFO Linked To Middle Eastern Fronts As Fraud Scandal Broadens

    Huawei CFO Linked To Middle Eastern Fronts As Fraud Scandal Broadens

    12 days ago - By Android Headlines

    Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou who was arrested by Canadian authorities on December 1 after the United States Department of Justice accused her of an illegal banking scheme devised to circumvent trade sanctions imposed on Iran is now being linked to two Middle Eastern front companies as the scandal surrounding her arrest grows in scope and the amount of controversy generated on the world stage. The 46-year-old is alleged to have personally nurtured and concealed Huawei's ties to Mauritius, East Africa-based Canicula Holdings Ltd and Skycom Tech Co Ltd, a Hong Kong firm with an...
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