Opinion

Final play in the extradition case of Meng Wanzhou?

The extradition case of Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou exposes how far the U.S. is willing to go to protect its economical interests. In a politically motivated move, U.S. Justice Department requested the arrest and extradition of Mrs. Meng Wanzhou over allegedly misleading HSBC in August 2013. One could argue that there is no chance of …

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2 Types Of Commercial Equipment That Is Better To Rent Than Own

For many large organizations, the need for heavy machinery is often necessary; this may be due to substantial orders coming in or even just large stock purchases now and again. This type of heavy machinery is extensively pricey, and many make the mistake of paying top dollar for engineering. The machinery is sitting and losing …

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Did HSBC strike a deal about Huawei?

Financial institutions are obligated to comply with a complicated set of national and international regulations, which determine far reaching responsibilities for these institutions and their leadership. At the top of the chain are the UN Instruments and Other Relevant International Standards on Money-Laundering and Terrorist Financing (AML/TF) which eliminates every attempt to claim “we didn’t …

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België en 5G – een ingewikkelde relatie

België is een land met prachtige tradities, cultuur en een rijke geschiedenis. Bekend over de hele wereld om beroemde plaatsen als Gent, Brugge, Antwerpen en Brussel, zijn heerlijke chocolaatjes en lekkere bieren. Niet slecht voor een klein land met nauwelijks 11 miljoen inwoners. Er is echter ook een Belgische traditie die minder bewonderenswaardig is. De …

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Belgium and 5G – a complicated relationship

Belgium is a country with wonderful traditions, culture, and a rich history. Known around the world for famous places like Gent, Brugge, Antwerpen and Brussels, its delicious chocolates and tasty beers. Not bad for a small country with barely 11 million citizens. There is also a Belgian tradition which is less admirable. Its inner divide …

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Vancouver, we definitely have a problem!

Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei Technologies arrived in Vancouver, Canada on December 1st, 2018 on a regular flight from Hong Kong. Upon disembarking from the plane, she was ‘welcomed’ by officers of the Canada Border Services Agency while officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police were nearby. Instead of informing her about the arrest warrant …

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Vancouver, we might have a problem…

Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei Technologies arrived in Vancouver, Canada on December 1st, 2018 on a regular flight from Hong Kong. Upon disembarking from the plane, she was ‘welcomed’ by officers of the Canada Border Services Agency while officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police were nearby. Instead of informing her about the arrest warrant …

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Five domains and one goal – Huawei’s mission and vision

Huawei’s Rotating Chairman Guo Ping kicked off this year’s Huawei Connect event with his keynote Creating New Value with synergy across five tech domains, where these domains are Connectivity, Computing, Cloud, AI and Applications. It is not a secret that Huawei excels in these fields and Guo Ping could of course have showcased all these …

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