Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Ban Sale of US Tech to Chinese Companies

Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Ban Sale of US Tech to Chinese Companies

In 2012, following a report from the U.S. House of Representatives' Intelligence Committee urging U.S. firms to stop doing business with Huawei, then-SaskTel president Ron Styles defended the Crown's relationship with the Chinese company. Between allegations of spying, executives being arrested, and more, you wouldn't think that there could be any additional bad blood between the two. According to The Wall Street Journal, federal prosecutors are already in hot pursuit of a criminal investigation into the company for allegedly stealing US trade secrets.

The newspaper says investigators are looking into whether the company stole technology behind a robotic device that T-Mobile used to test smartphones. The carrier sought $500 million in damages; three years later, T-Mobile was awarded $4.8 million by a jury. While the company contested the lawsuit, it later conceded that its employees had acted improperly.

In 2012, congressional committees and other USA government entities criticized Huawei's "pattern of disregard for the intellectual property rights of other entities and companies in the U.S". Recently, he broke that silence ... "If Chinese telecom companies like Huawei violate our sanctions or export control laws, they should receive nothing less than the death penalty - which this denial order would provide".

The investigation is at an advanced stage and an indictment could come soon, according to a person familiar with the matter, who asked not to be identified because the information is private.

The US government is pursuing criminal charges against Huawei for the alleged theft of trade secrets, it has emerged.

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A group of United States politicians want to ban the sale of USA technology components to Huawei, ZTE Corp or other Chinese telecommunications companies that violate U.S. sanctions or export laws.

The Chinese company has already become a major part of the trade dispute between the U.S. and China.

No vendors should be excluded from Germany's fifth-generation mobile networks if there is no evidence against them, the BDI industry association said, responding to calls to bar China's Huawei Technologies on national security grounds.

- Establishing the enforcement of the U.S. export ban: Chinese telecommunications companies that violate United States export control laws or sanctions are prohibited from exporting US-made components. Meng is facing charges in the US related to possible violations of trade sanctions on Iran. USA lawmakers have also banded together to ban chip sales to Huawei, ZTE, and other mainland companies to over sanctions violations.

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