Huawei gets US subpoena about trade to sanctioned countries

Friday 3 June 2016 | 09:21 CET | News
The US wants Huawei to show all its dealings with sanctioned nations, but is not accusing the company of any wrongdoing, the New York Times reported, according to a subpoena sent to Huawei and viewed by the NYT. The document is an administrative subpoena, meaning it does not indicate a criminal investigation.

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Categories: General
Companies: Huawei China
Countries: United States
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