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Canada arrests the financial director of "Huawei" .. What is the reason?


Huawei NEW YORK (CNN) - Canadian authorities have arrested Meng Wanzo, financial director of China's giant technology giant Huawei,
and face the prospect of deportation to the United States under investigations by the US Justice Department over whether
Huawei has been violated. US sanctions on Iran.
According to Justice Ministry spokesman Ian McLeod,
Meng and Anzo, also known as Sabrina Meng and Cathy Meng,
were arrested in Vancouver on December 1.
In addition to her role as finance manager,
Wanzo is vice chairman of Huawei.
She is the daughter of the founder of Huawei Rinsheng.
In a statement published in The Globe and Mail,
McLeod said the United States had requested the extradition of Meng and Enzo,
and a court hearing was set for Friday.
He added that the Justice Department of Canada,
can not disclose details of the case, after the publication was banned, after the judge agreed to prevent both the police and prosecutors from releasing information on the case.
A spokesman for Huawei said the Canadian authorities had arrested Meng, on behalf of the United States, on a trip to Canada
explaining that she was facing unspecified charges in New York.
The Wall Street Journal reported in April that the US Department of Justice was investigating whether Huawei had violated US sanctions on Iran.
"We have been provided with very little information about Ms.
Meng's charges, and the company was not aware of any mistake Meng made," a spokesman for Huawei said.

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He added that the company believes that Canadian and American legal systems will eventually reach a fair result.

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The Justice Department declined to comment on the matter.
The Chinese Embassy in Canada issued a statement urging the United States and Canada to
"correct the mistake immediately and release Ms. Meng."
The Chinese company, which sells smartphones and communications equipment around the world,
is facing increased scrutiny in the United States and other countries, where officials have warned of possible national security risks from using Huawei products.
The United States is concerned that the Chinese government could use Huawei's technology to spy on Americans.
In May, the Pentagon ordered stores at US military bases to stop selling smart phones manufactured by Huawei and ZTE.
Huawei last month told CNN Business that its equipment is trusted by customers in 170 countries and 46 of the world's top 50 telecoms companies.