The United States on Monday blamed China's technology giant Huawei, his chief financial officer and two branches of bank and wire fraud, to circumvent US sanctions against Iran in reprisals against the company legally obliged to act as a front for the Chinese Communist Party  The justice ministry said Huawei has cheated a global bank, saying it has no connection with Skycom, which the US says it controls Huawei. Skycom has sold more than $ 100 million in Iran's banned technology, the US reported.
In another case, the Ministry of Justice accused Huawei of stealing business secrets, committing wireloom and blocking the law of rooting the robot technology from the T-Mobile carrier to check the durability of smartphones.
Read more: T-Mobile accused Huawei of stealing the technology called "Tappy", which imitated human fingers and fingers in the last collapse of Huawei was used to test smartphones. Huawei said the two companies settled their disputes in 201
. "Both types of charges expose Huawei's stubborn and stubborn actions to exploit US companies and financial institutions and jeopardize the free and fair global market," said the FBI director Christopher Urai. at a press conference to announce the charges.
Wray said Huawei has stolen T-Mobile technology to "bypass the time-consuming, time-consuming research and gain an unfair market advantage." Wray's comments reflect the concerns of US companies operating in China and say the Chinese government is pushing technology transfer through a number of mechanisms.
Huawei insists he does not share data with the Chinese government and said he would reject any government request for data, but Chinese law requires all companies and citizens to cooperate with the government when asked.
The evidence that no major Chinese company is independent from the Chinese government and the Communist Party – and Huawei, which the government of China and the military have proclaimed as a "national champion" – is no exception, "said Mark Warner of Virginia at INSIDER Warner is Vice President of the Senate Intelligence Committee
"For some time now it is clear that Huawei poses a threat to our national security, and I welcome Trump's administration to take steps to make the company finally take an answer "The United States is convinced that anyone who dominates AI, Quantum computing, the 5G, Internet of Things," said Warner.
John Hemings, director of the Center for the Study of Asia in the Society of Henry Jackson, told INSIDER: military and economically important technology will be like everyone has a reactive engine that has dredoms. "