Published on : Jan 29, 2019
In a press meet, The United States department of Justice filed criminal case against the Chinese multinational telecommunication giants, Huawei for the conspiracy to theft business secrets from T-Mobile (TMUS), and also alleges that the Huawei has been offering promising bonus to the employees who collected the confidential information from the competitors. The U.S prosecutors also claimed that the Huawei was also involved in bank fraud by violating laws against doing trade with the Iran.
The U.S. alleges that the company has stolen their telecommunication equipment’s and that might be used by the Chinese Communist Party for spying purpose. The U.S. also revealed about there move against the Huawei’s Chief Financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, and his arrested in Canada last month and now U.S. is looking after to extradite him.
The Acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker also stated further that they are bringing criminal charge against the Huawei and its employees for various crimes and also warns that China must take some firm step against the Chinese companies for complying with law.
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The U.S. officials also revealed that it’s a national treat as the prosperity which boosts our economic security is inherently linked to our international security.
Huawei further reverted back by saying that they have not done anything wrong and they are very disappointed by the U.S. government on its false claim pertaining to stealing information. The foreign Minister also said that they U.S. is taking advantage of being super power nation and also urge to stop the unreasonable crackdown against the Chinese firm specially, Huawei.
On the other hand, U.S also accused that the Huawei are working with the T-Mobile since long time for stealing its copyrighted testing technology of the phone, known as ‘Tappy.” And since Huawei was engaged in several business activities of the company and had access few key information about the Tappy.
Huawei is now using T-Mobile information to manufacture their own phone testing robot in china and this is again a violation of law.