Huawei pleads not guilty to new racketeering and fraud charges by US government in 2018 case

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Huawei's lawyer told the court that the progress of the case could be delayed due to coronavirus outbreak

China's Huawei Technologies has pleaded not guilty to new charges filed by the US prosecutors last month in a 2018 case against the company. Thomas Green, a US lawyer for Huawei, submitted the n...

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