Huawei hit with racketeering and fraud charges by US authorities

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Huawei has repeatedly been accused of intellectual property theft over the past 20 years by multiple organisations
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Huawei has repeatedly been accused of intellectual property theft over the past 20 years by multiple organisations

New charges against Huawei and four of its subsidiaries come as US authorities consider ratcheting up export controls on the Chinese networking hardware giant

US authorities have charged Huawei and four subsidiaries with 16 counts of racketeering, fraud and conspiracy to steal trade secrets. The charges were made as reports circulate that the US gover...

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