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Huawei's detained finance chief speaks out in letter to employees

Huawei's detained finance chief speaks out in letter to employees

2019-05-14

Huawei's finance chief, detained in Canada since December, has written to the company's 188,000 employees to thank them for support she says has filled her "with power."

Men wanzhou is awaiting a hearingon her possible extradition to the United States, where she faces federal charges in New York for her role in an alleged scheme by Huawei to circumvent US sanctions on Iran.
"Every time a court hearing has finished, I have seen Huawei employees staying up all night just to follow my case in distant time zones," Meng wrote in a letter that was published Monday on the company's internal online forum. "This has brought me to tears."
A translated version of the letter was provided to CNN Business by the company.
The case against Meng was filed amid a broader campaign against the Chinese tech company by the US government, which claims Huawei's networking equipment poses a national security threat.
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