The Canadian authorities explain why Huawei's boss has arrested and insists on his detention

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A Canadian government representative said Meng Wanzhu was charged with fraud using an unofficial subsidiary to enter the Iranian market in transactions contrary to US sanctions, "The Associated Press."

The judicial official confirmed that there was a danger of leaving Meng for the country, and therefore refused to pay the bail to leave the prison entered last week.

He said Meng assured banks that Huawei and Skycom were two separate companies, but said the United States confirmed that Skycom was Huawei.

Arrest and protest

Canada was arrested by Meng on December 1 after arriving in the country on the basis of a arrest warrant issued in New York on August 22nd.

China strongly protested at the arrest of Meng, demanding the release of citizenship that did not "violate any law", according to a statement by the Chinese Embassy in Canada.

The arrest of Huawei was a shocking surprise after US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agreed a trade truce last weekend in Buenos Aires at the G20 summit.

The prolonged detention of Meng risks hampering the progress made by the two presidents at the summit.

Other reasons

Commenting on the arrest of Huawei, US national security adviser John Bolton said he knew about it in advance.

"He refused to provide further details on the arrest of Meng" Huawei was like the other number of Chinese companies, targeted by the United States ", Indicating" For years we have been deeply concerned about the practices of Chinese companies that they use stolen intellectual property, impose technology transfer and act as an armed wing of the Chinese government, particularly in information technology. "

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A Canadian government representative said Meng Wan Chu was accused of fraud using an unofficial subsidiary to enter the Iranian market in transactions contrary to US sanctions, according to the Associated Press.

The judicial official confirmed that there was a danger of leaving Meng for the country, and therefore refused to pay the bail to leave the prison entered last week.

He said Meng assured banks that Huawei and Skycom were two separate companies, but said the United States confirmed that Skycom was Huawei.

Arrest and protest

Canada was arrested by Meng on December 1 after arriving in the country on the basis of a arrest warrant issued in New York on August 22nd.

China strongly protested the arrest of Meng, demanding the release of citizenship that did not "violate any law", according to a statement by the Chinese Embassy in Canada.

The arrest of Huawei was a shocking surprise after US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping agreed a trade truce last weekend in Buenos Aires at the G20 summit.

The prolonged detention of Meng risks hampering the progress made by the two presidents at the summit.

Other reasons

Commenting on the arrest of Huawei, US national security adviser John Bolton said he knew about it in advance.

"Huawei was like other Chinese companies, targeted by the United States," he said, adding: "For years we have been very concerned about the practices of Chinese companies exploiting stolen intellectual property, imposing technology transfer and acting as weapons. armed forces: the Chinese government, especially in the field of information technology. "

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