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Huawei’s heiress held

By Guardian Exclusive
12 December 2018   |   8:24 am
Huawei's heiress, Meng Wanzhou is in custody awaiting a Canadian court's decision on bail following her arrest on December 1 in Vancouver. The CFO of the world's 2nd largest mobile phone company faces accusations that she misled U.S over her company's operations in Iran.

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