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Huawei dismisses US accusations of plan to steal trade secrets as baseless

The Chinese tech giant said the allegations were about competition and had nothing to do with facts

16th February, 2020
The US Department of Justice last week charged Huawei with racketeering and conspiracy to steal trade secrets

Huawei has dismissed US allegations of a “decades-long” plan to steal technology from US companies as being entirely without merit.

The US Department of Justice last week charged Huawei with racketeering and conspiracy to steal trade secrets in an escalation of its battle with the Chinese technology giant.

The indictment filed by the US government also contained fresh allegations about the company’s involvement in countries subject to economic sanctions such as Iran. In...

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