US probes China's Huawei over equipment near missile silos
Authorities are reportedly concerned that Huawei could obtain sensitive data on military drills and the readiness status of bases and personnel via the equipment.
Canada’s delayed ban of Huawei gear exposes lack of Indo-Pacific strategy
Canada is already taking action to develop a domestic supply chain for critical minerals needed for electric vehicles and energy storage to wean it from dependence on China, which is by far the world's largest producer.
Canada bans Huawei and ZTE from 5G networks
The long-awaited move follows the US and other key allies, and comes on the heels of a diplomatic row between Ottawa and Beijing over the detention of a senior Huawei executive on a US warrant, which has now been resolved.
China calls on Canada to ignore Huawei risks ‘invented’ by US
The US has banned Huawei from use in the development of 5G technology on its soil, citing risks of spying or sabotage against western networks, something the Chinese telecoms giant denies.
Huawei, SMIC suppliers received billions worth of licences for US goods, documents show
Export licences worth US$61 billion were approved for suppliers to ship products to Huawei while licenses valued at nearly US$42 billion were greenlighted for Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.
Canada foreign minister says eyes ‘wide open’ on normalising China ties
He says Canada will compete with China on issues like trade and cooperate on climate change, while challenging it on its treatment of the Uighur, Tibetans and Hong Kong as Ottawa has done in the past.
Huawei executive freed in Canada after deal with US prosecutors
The resolution of the case removes a deep thorn in the relationship between Beijing, Washington and Ottawa, with China accusing the US of a political attack on one of the Asian giant's technology titans.
China jails Canadian for 11 years for spying
China has been accused of detaining two Canadians as bargaining chips to be used in the case of a Huawei executive arrested in Canada.
LG Electronics to close down smartphone business
LG Electronics has long struggled to increase sales, entering the market late and facing tough competition from emerging cheaper Chinese rivals such as Huawei.
China court appearances this week for 2 Canadians charged with spying
US President Joe Biden has promised to work with Canada to ensure the men's safe return.
Alibaba says ‘dismayed’ by Uighur facial-recognition software
Chinese tech giant says it had 'eliminated any ethnic tag' in its products.
China’s Alibaba pushed software that identifies Uighurs, report says
The New York Times report says the function was only used in a testing capacity and was never offered beyond that.