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AA- In the evening, Ming landed in the southern Chinese city of Chinjin, where Huawei’s headquarters are located, in a private plane.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said Ming was the target of a political lawsuit aimed at suppressing Chinese technology companies and said, “The alleged infringement allegations against Ming are just fabrications. . Even HSBC (Bank), which the United States considers a “victim,” released documents proving Ming’s innocence. used his statements.
Hua argued that the detention of Ming by the United States and Canada was “a typical case of arbitrary detention.”
Chinese tech firm Huawei’s chief financial officer (CFO), Ming Vancou, has been released from house arrest in Canada after a legal settlement with the US Department of Justice the day before.
Two Canadian businessmen, Michael Spavor and former diplomat Michael Kovrig, who were arrested in China shortly after Ming’s arrest, have also been released in China, where they were held after Ming’s release.
Huawei chief financial officer Vancou was arrested in Vancouver, Canada on December 1, 2018 for circumventing US sanctions against Iran.
After a three-day bail hearing, Canadian judge William Ehrcke, who handled the case, ordered Ming’s release on C $ 10 million bond pending the official US extradition request.
Huawei was last accused of stealing trade secrets and defrauding banks in January 2019.
In addition to the lawsuit against the company, it was reported that Ming Vancou, the company’s chief financial officer, was also on trial for 13 different crimes.