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Suspicion of espionage : pressure on China's Huawei is increasing

China's Telecom giant Huawei is a media report that due to the alleged unauthorized disclosure of trade secrets in the focus of a criminal investigation by the US justice authorities. The investigations are already well advanced and could soon lead to an indictment, wrote the "Wall Street Journal", citing insiders. Of the possible technology theft could even be the Deutsche Telekom subsidiary T-Mobile US with a device for Testing of Smartphones have been affected.

Huawei would not comment on Thursday directly to the reported investigation. A spokesman noted in a statement to Deutsche Presse-Agentur, however, that the group and T-Mobile have settled their court dispute about 2017. The US Jury had "no damage, unjustified enrichment, nor intentional, or malicious behavior by Huawei found".

The US authorities have the largest Telecom equipment supplier and the second largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world, always wanted to try. Because of Concerns that the equipment could pose a security risk, Huawei is also excluded from the network market in the United States.

The pressure has intensified in the ongoing trade war between the United States and China. In the race for global technological leadership, the government of U.S. President Donald Trump Chinese company alleges, among other things, the theft of intellectual property and forced technology transfer.

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order The US justice authorities have stepped up their efforts, allegations of technology theft to investigate, among other things, allegations of alleged Chinese misconduct in the earlier civil investigation, actions will be taken up for criminal, such as the "Wall Street Journal" reported.

Huawei denies being a security risk. The founder Ren Zhengfei protested on Tuesday in front of U.S. journalists that the company would not spy, and orders the government to reject that data to give away or behind doors. "We would certainly reject any such requests." There is no law in China forcing companies to behind doors. Also, neither he nor Huawei ever, a call by the government to get "inappropriate information".

After the sharp Chinese Cyber-security laws, however, are forced to all in China operating companies to provide data to the authorities when it comes to cases of national security. Threats to national security are made in China, according to diplomats very far and offer a lot of room for arbitrary interpretations.

Huawei is also due to allegations of Bank fraud in connection with the violation of sanctions against Iran under pressure. The daughter of Huawei's founder, chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, has been withdrawn in Canada. The Top-Manager, who was dismissed until the decision on an extradition to the USA on bail, but in Vancouver must remain, denies this.

your case is a political issue and put a strain on relations between Canada and China. After their arrest, former Diplomat and representative of the independent international Crisis Group, Michael Kovrig, and the business man and the Korea expert Michael Spavor were taken in China two Canadians. You are accused of activities, the "national safety".

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