Fighting extradition, Huawei Executive writes about "Moments of Fear,quot"

Cheryl Sanders
December 4, 2019

"Within the battle between the two worldwide locations, she modified into a bargaining chip", Ren stated in an interview with CNN Commercial on Tuesday.

For much of the past year, since Meng Wanzhou's arrest at Vancouver Airport in December 2018, one of the water cooler questions for the global telecom industry has been: How does the Huawei CFO fill her days?

He said securing their release was his "absolute priority" as relations with China hit a new low following the men's arrests, nine days after Meng was taken into custody at Vancouver's airport on December 1, 2018.

US authorities say Meng and Huawei violated sanctions against Iran by misleading banks about the company's relationship with a subsidiary. If Huawei is the crown jewel of Chinese tech, then Ms Meng is its princess.

Huawei, the sphere's ideal telecommunications maker and a leading smartphone price, has develop into a flashpoint in the alternate warfare.


The US Government views Huawei as a threat to national security. The company denied the allegations.

"What I fear most is ... the United States enters into a trade agreement with China".

In Might Huawei was positioned on the USA commerce blacklist. The restriction bars American corporations corresponding to Google (GOOGL), Intel (INTC) and Micron (MICR) from doing industry with Huawei except they develop a United States govt license to withhold out so. Simply final week some US companies, together with Microsoft, bought that license. He has often been compared Huawei air into the bullet-ridden and employees to mechanics worked frantically to patch the hole. At the company's headquarters in Shenzhen, there are black and white posters plastered on walls showing a World War II-era aircraft shot through with bullets, but still flying - a reminder to staff of what's at stake. Ren said Canada is an example of openness.

'The expertise of hardship and struggling is nice for Meng and her development. Under the grand backdrop of the ... trade war, she is like a small ant being caught between the collision of two giant powers.

Meng spends her time painting and studying, and her mom and husband fly to Canada regularly to stay with her, according to Ren.


It says all the kindness and goodwill has given her strength.

"It was never my intention to be stuck here for so long, but I suddenly find that a whole year has snuck by, and here I still am", she wrote. She would not ask how I used to be, and even ship me a textual content message, ' Ren mentioned. "Now, our relationship has develop into great nearer".

The Huawei executive, whose detainment sparked a diplomatic row between Canada and China, is able to travel around Vancouver relatively freely outside her 11pm-6am curfew. Former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor, whose detentions are widely seen as retaliation for Meng's arrest, have been denied access to their families and to lawyers, and have been allowed to meet with consular officials only briefly.

Meng's arrest stems from fraud charges involving Huawei and subsidiaries regarding alleged dealings with Iran, a violation of European Union and U.S. sanctions.

Ren said he did not know the details of the arrest Kovrig and Spavor, adding that he was not in a position to comment on the situation.


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