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Huawei dismissed a top manager arrested in Poland who was suspected of espionage

And said that he casts a shadow on the company’s reputation.

Huawei fired sales director Wang Waijin, who was detained in Poland on suspicion of spying. As reported by the New York Times and BBC , the Chinese company said that the actions of the employee have no relation to them.

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]We made this decision in accordance with the employment contract. The incident in question put Huawei in a bad light.[/perfectpullquote]
Huawei press service

According to CNBC , the United States intends to undermine the influence of Huawei as the second largest smartphone maker in the world. Scandals around the company arise against the background of trade disputes between China and the United States.

In December 2018 in Canada, at the request of the US authorities, the Chief Financial Officer of Huawei Meng Wanzhou was detained . The US authorities suggest that Huawei delivered products of American origin to Iran and other countries, thus violating sanctions laws. Wanzhou was later released on bail of $ 7.5 million: she is now under house arrest.

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