How Huawei Became a Target for the U.S. Government

Money The Washington Post

Huawei Technologies Co., one of China’s most-global companies, is increasingly in the cross-hairs of the U.S. government and its Western allies, just as it’s pushing for a leadership role in the new wireless standard known as 5G. After years of tension, the telecommunications giant is facing multiple battles, including the arrest in Canada of its chief financial officer, criminal charges in the U.S. and the prospect of being shut out of new infrastructure projects around the world. The wrangling …

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