Topic: Meng Wangzhou
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was detained by Canada in 2018 at US’ extradition request over alleged violation of Iran sanctions. But was it a prisoner swap deal with China?
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Meng's arrest in Canada is being seen as the result of the US-China tussle but it has also raised questions about whether Huawei is a private firm or an arm of the Communist Party.
The cases are entwined with the US's efforts to extradite Huawei's executive Meng Wangzhou from Canada.
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