Chinese executive faces fraud charges in US

A Canadian court will decide whether to allow bail for Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei. She faces extradition to the US and a trial on fraud charges relating to alleged sanctions-breaking dealings with Iran, the Canadian court was told. China has demanded Meng’s release, insisting she has not violated any laws. The issue is straining Beijing-Washington relations and has depressed markets in the US and Asia.

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2 thoughts on “Chinese executive faces fraud charges in US

  • Dec 8, 2018 @ 5:51 at 5:51
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    Don’t travel to China. They will now be taking hostages to try to “trade” for her release. That’s how they do business there. No Law.

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    • Dec 8, 2018 @ 12:37 at 12:37
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      Yeah. Boo Hoo.. The chinese are very good at doing this sort of thing to foreign executives. They are are a totalitarian dictatorship that is now getting a taste of their own medicine. This woman will be much better treated than what the chinese do to their detainees. What ever happened to the former head of INTERPOL???? The chows dont want to talk about that, do they?

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