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Huawei have denied the allegations that the US have put on them

Huawei haven’t take the allegations put on them by the US lightly after the US’ charges the company of sanction violations and trade secret theft. A spokesperson told the magazine company known as Engadget, that the company(Huawei) were “disappointed” to hear of the charges that the US have put on them  and that they simply “deny” these allegations and that a associated company (namely Skycom) committed any of the crimes in the indictments. It’s also not aware of any wrongdoing by there CFO Meng Wan zhou who was arrested earlier after the company wss suspected of creating technology which was used to spy on US for the Chinese government and now according to a statement,  Huawei went so far as to suggest the US was unfair in the way they dealt with the situation and that they are in turn’trying to revive a dead case’.

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Now for a start, it claimed that the relative trade secret issues highlighted by the government had already been settledin a civil lawsuit where a Seattle jury rejected allegations of “willful and malicious conduct” and denied penalties on the trade secret claim. The firm also went out to say that  it tried to discuss an Eastern District of New York investigation with the Justice Department, but the officials had ignored their will, without providing a viable reason for their action.

Huawei have denied the allegations that the US have put on them

Moreover, it is not surprising that Huawei would condemnthese charges, Furthermore, these charges mainly highlight the allegations of stealing T-Mobile technology and trying to bypass sanctions put in by the government against Iran. The stakes are high at the moment and  the company saw how an export ban hobbled ZTE and forced the company to make substantial compromises to earn a retrieval of profit and such conspiracy results in a bad image being presented to the world about the company reputation, that and also the fact that if Huawei does get banned in the US, it will be hard on the company considering the fact that the US provides a major market for their product. Huawei isn’t as dependent on the US exports (its phones use custom-designed chips, for example) as many would expect,  but it knows that a loss in court could still have severe consequences.

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