”the Company denies that it or any subsidiary or affiliated entity has committed any of these crimes”, said in a statement.
neither has the chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, as the united states ' request sitting gripen in Canada, have committed something wrong.
the Prosecution was presented by the united states department of justice on Monday. Thirteen points is a suspicion of bankbedrägeri and violation of the U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Today's indictment is a warning that the FBI does not tolerate companies that break the law, to prevent justice or endanger the nation's security, said the FBI chief Christopher Wray at a press conference.
In a separate indictment accused Huawei of having attempted to steal trade secrets from its competitor T-Mobile.
several years ' investigative work is behind the prosecution.
" the Charges expose Huawei's cheeky and stubborn attempt to take advantage of U.S. companies and financial institutions, and threaten the free and fair global market.
Meng Wanzhou – the daughter of Huawei founder and ceo Ren Zhengfei — was arrested in Vancouver in Canada in december, when she would change the flight.
According to U.S. federal prosecutors Meng Wanzhou, suspected of having misled the american banks if Huawei's business in Iran.
Huawei should have used a shell company in Hong kong to sell the equipment to Iran in violation of u.s. sanctions.
in the expectation that a court should treat the U.S.'s request to have her extradited.
the White house wants to stop u.s. companies from buying components from Huawei and calls on its allies to boycott the company's technology in future mobile networks. Including Australia, France, Canada, Poland and Germany have or are considering to take action against the chinese company.
Canada has dismissed its ambassador to China, John McCallum, after he criticized the united states ' request that Canada should extradite Meng Wanzhou.
Ren Zhengfei himself has denied that Huawei is spying or collecting information for the chinese state's behalf.
the united states and China meet for the new handelssamtal