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Huawei CFO arrested in Canada, to be extradited...

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    Quote Originally Posted by East_coast
    A small to medium size phone maker Gionee has just gone bust.

    https://www.casino.org/news/gionee-c...isputes-amount
    His gambling losses (even on the low-end estimates) are astronomical! The very definition of a degenerate gambler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri
    You should hear what John Manley had to say about this. He was the Liberal govt former minister of Trade. He recommends not to travel to China because of all the uncertainty going on. Also Canada should never been in put in the mess in the first place with a little incompetance.

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    CNN etc.: "China's ambassador to Canada has accused his host government of "Western egotism and white supremacy" over their handling of the case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou"

    "I have recently heard a word repeatedly pronounced by some Canadians: bullying," Lu said in his op-ed. "They said that by arresting two Canadian citizens as retaliation for Canada's detention of Meng, China was bullying Canada. To those people, China's self-defence is an offense to Canada."

    He continued that, "the reason why some people are used to arrogantly adopting double standards is due to Western egotism and white supremacy."

    "In such a context, the rule of law is nothing but a tool for their political ends and a fig leaf for their practicing hegemony in the international arena. What they have been doing is not showing respect for the rule of law, but mocking and trampling the rule of law," Lu added.

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    One more problem to deal with, this time in Poland.

    A person with knowledge of the case confirmed that a Huawei employee called Wang Weijing - also known as Stanislaw Wang - had been arrested but not charged.

    According to a LinkedIn profile, Mr Wang is a sales director at the firm and worked as an attache at China's embassy in Poland from 2006-11.

    Stanislaw Zaryn, a spokesperson for Poland's Internal Security Agency (ISA), told Reuters that Mr Wang's arrest "doesn't have anything to do with the company he works for".
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-46836377
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    Bit of a challenge not to use WeChat while in China...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Elefant&Castle
    This guy is being being left on the beach as the Huawei Ship sails away back to mother China. Probably the beginning of the end for Huawei's business in the West.

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    Beijing doubles down

    Canadian sentenced to death in China - RTHK


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