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Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou Promoted as National Hero in China

The release of Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, to China has been used by … Read more on

Former BBC news executive Gavin Allen helps Huawei rebuild its image in West

A former BBC news executive’s decision to join Huawei has raised eyebrows among former colleagues. There are concerns that the Chinese tech company is hiring pe Read more on

Huawei no longer considers itself dominant: Fighting for survival

In 2020, Huawei had control of 31% of the global telecommunications infrastructure market. The group has more contracts to build 5G networks than any other company. Read more on

US Sets Start Date for Fund to ‘Rip and Replace’ Huawei and ZTE Network Equipment

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Sept. 27 announced the start date for a $1.9 billion program to repay U.S. telecom carriers to “rip and replace” network equipment manufactured by Huawei, ZTE, and other China-based companies designated as national security threats. Read more on

Huawei CFO flying back to China after deal with US prosecutors

Meng Wanzhou reportedly boarded an unscheduled Air China 777 flight that departed Vancouver on Friday afternoon. Read more on

Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou reaches deal to resolve US charges

Chinese tech group’s CFO has been detained in Canada since 2018 in case that became diplomatic flashpoint Read more on

US Commerce Chief: More Action To Be Taken on Huawei if Needed

WASHINGTON—U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said on Thursday the Biden administration will take further action against Chinese telecoms firm Huawei if necessary, after some Republican lawmakers pressed for more steps. Read more on

Huawei Eyes Lead in 6G Technology Race

Chinese tech giant Huawei is reportedly vowing to lead the world in 6G technology. Even though it won’t be commercially available until 2030, countries are already racing for the top spot. Both the United States and Japan are spending big dollars on 6G development, while Beijing has set 6G as one of its key research areas. Read more on

U.S. resumes talks with Huawei CFO on resolving criminal charges – Globe and Mail

The U.S Department of Justice (DOJ) is in talks with Huawei and lawyers for its Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou about an agreement that could allow her to return to China, the Globe and Mail reported on Friday, citing Canadian sources. Read more on

Huawei CEO hopes to woo foreign boffins to work on 6G in Shanghai campus that feels just like home

Staff also told to ‘seize the patent position’ on sixth-gen mobile networks Read more on

Calls for Investigation as ‘Close Ties’ Emerge Between Huawei, Cambridge Research Center

A research center of Cambridge University is alleged to have been “infiltrated” by Chinese tech giant Huawei. Read more on

Calls for inquiry as Huawei ‘infiltrates’ Cambridge research centre

Reports suggest that the Cambridge Centre for Chinese Management has ties to Huawei as three of its four directors and its chief representative have known connections to the Chinese tech giant. Read more on

US senators look at medieval Scottish plague raid in China inquiry

Plague raid offers lesson from history

Canadians mark 1,000 days since Spavor, Kovrig’s China detention

Beijing slams ‘gross interference’ by Canada as US expresses support for Canadians held in China amid Huawei dispute. Read more on

Rally marks 1,000 days since China detained two Canadians amid Huawei dispute

Supporters of two Canadians accused of spying and held in Chinese prison for 1,000 days rallied on Sunday, demanding their release in a case that has soured diplomatic ties between Ottawa and Beijing. Read more on