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(Global Times) Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies, was arrested by Canada on December 1 at the behest of the US. Meng is also daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei. Obviously Washington is resorting to a despicable rogue's approach as it cannot stop Huawei's 5G advance in the market.

The US is seeking Meng's extradition to face unspecified charges in the Eastern District of New York. According to Canadian media, US charges may stem from Huawei's violation of American sanctions against Iran.

Huawei denied the accusation in a statement. The Chinese Embassy in Canada on Wednesday voiced its firm opposition to the arrest of Meng, saying that it is a "gross violation of human rights."

Despite incomplete information about the incident, the US move obviously goes against the consensus reached between the heads of state of China and the US in Argentina. The incident shows that China faces a complicated competition with the US. Beijing needs determination and wisdom to safeguard its own interests.

With the arrest, the US is sending signals to the international community that it is targeting Huawei. It is clear that Washington is maliciously finding fault with Huawei and trying to put the company in jeopardy with US laws. Washington is attempting to damage Huawei's international reputation and taking aim at the tech giant's global market in the name of law.

We call on the Chinese government and society to offer moral support to Huawei and Chinese diplomats to offer timely assistance to Meng. We also support Huawei in its legal battle with the US to prove its innocence and thwart some Americans' plot to throw the company off track.

Huawei has been growing steadily by strictly following laws. It draws management experience from all transnational companies and maintains the highest standards in this regard. It is impossible that Huawei would want to deliberately violate US regulations. It will be difficult for the US to convict the Huawei executive.

Huawei should try to defeat the accusers under the US legal framework. If the US prosecutes Huawei with an unwarranted charge, the case will become complicated but Huawei will still have plenty of room for maneuver.

There is not much likelihood that Huawei will become the next ZTE. Huawei is technologically stronger than ZTE and the situation is different from the time ZTE faced repression in the US. It is believed Huawei has the ability and wisdom to tackle the risks and minimize damage brought about by the US move.

The Chinese government should seriously mull over the US tendency to abuse legal procedures to suppress China's high-tech enterprises. It should increase interaction with the US and exert pressure when necessary.

China has been exercising restraint, but the US cannot act recklessly. US President Donald Trump should rein in the hostile activities of some Americans who may imperil Sino-US relations.

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No mention of China's "tendency to abuse legal procedures". The basic axiom remains: China -good, the rest of the world - bad.

"taking aim at the tech giant's global market in the name of law" So would it be better if Huawei was being targeted in something other than the name of the law ?

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The US, internationally speaking, is lawless, and has been for decades.

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This post was edited by emanreus at 2018-12-7 17:06
Mishao Post time: 2018-12-7 16:37
The US, internationally speaking, is lawless, and has been for decades.

Not only internationally, but uncle Sam's lawlessness been acknowledged Worldwide as well...

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emanreus Post time: 2018-12-7 16:55
Not only internationally, but uncle Sam's lawlessness been acknowledged Worldwide as well...

Absolutely right!

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I have long held the position that it is futile for the top Chinese leader to make an appointment to meet with Trump.  

No promise made by the Scoundrel has ever been kept, so why go for such talks in the first place?

And you would notice that the entire U.S. team for trade talks was present at the table, and thus they all gained audience to size up our president at close quarters -- an opportunity they usually wouldn't have had under normal circumstances.

Normally such talks should be conducted by trading experts led by his subordinates and not the Chinese president himself.

So what's the difference, you ask?

A huge difference -- because what the Chinese president said would be held as sacrosanct even without the signed documents while whatever Trump said could not be held to nearly the same standards.

That's the difference between East and West or in this case, China and the U.S.

So the entire appointment to 'talk about trade' was a trap set by Trump and his team, and we took the bait, still cherishing the notion that there could be a win-win outcome.

The next step from the U.S. side will be more high-pressure tactics forcing the Chinese negotiator to give up more than he possibly can in the following 90 days, by falsely claiming that the U.S. offer had already been agreed to by the Chinese president -- according to U.S. interpretation -- at the G20 meeting, which of course would be a total hoax.

Yes, it was a total trap set by Trump -- always preceded by his proclamation that the Chinese leader was his 'personal friend' whom he greatly admired and so on and so forth.

You don't do to your enemy what Trump does to his 'personal friend.'

That this approach has become the soul of his deal should have become obvious to everyone.

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Meng the CFO of Huawei, is the eldest daughter of the president of Huawei from the latter's first marriage.

He mother's surname was Meng and the woman took over her mom's surname by her own volition when she was still in her teens.

She is still one out of four vice-chairpersons of Huawei in the line-up, and her impending arrest and extradition to the U.S. is a warlike act by the Americans at the behest of such characters as Senator Ru.bio who is actively working towards the goal of becoming the next U.S. presidential candidate for his party, and who else is more suitable to be used for bashing purposes as the daughter of Huawei's president.

Her arrest is the solid proof that the New Cold War is already upon us, although some darn fools working as full-time professors in well-known Chinese institutions are still voicing their opinions that a cold war is impossible -- despite the fact that the war is literally staring them in the face.

Why aren't they able to see the forest even as they watch their little tree through their office window?

That's because they haven't seriously studied American history like they should -- especially the part of U.S. historical narratives concerning the African-Americans and the Native Americans -- through the eyes of the natives and not through the lies told by WASP Americans.

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