Email By Ian Burrows, Jack Kilbride, wires Updated December 07, 2018 21:08:34 Photo: The arrest of a top executive is the latest in a string of setbacks for Huawei. (Reuters: Philippe Wojazer) Related Story: Huawei’s chief financial officer arrested in Canada, facing extradition to US Related Story: ‘Security risk’: Huawei banned from New Zealand’s 5G mobile network Related Story: What’s next for Chinese tech giant Huawei after being banned from Australia’s 5G network? Map: China The dramatic arrest in Canada of a top Chinese technology executive for possible extradition to the United States has sent stock markets plummeting and cast doubt on a recent US-China trade truce. Key points:Meng Wanzhou has been with Huawei for 25 years and is seen as a future chief Huawei operates in 170 countries, servicing more than a third of the world’s populationUS intelligence agencies have warned people not to buy Huawei products due to concerns about spying Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his Government had no involvement in the arrest of Meng Wanzhou and he had not spoken to international counterparts about the case.”The appropriate authorities took the decisions in this case without any political involvement or interference … we were advised by… Read full this story
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