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A report found that at least 82 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing and automotive sectors, have utilized Uyghurs Muslims at their production facilities in China.
Apple’s Suppliers Use Forced Labor Uyghurs While Refusing to Hire Minorities, Report
A report found that at least 82 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing and automotive sectors, have utilized Uyghurs Muslims at their production facilities in China. These minority peoples were restricted in their personal...
Zooming In China will present an exclusive video titled “The American Dream Takes on China Inc: 5G Trifecta” on April 30.
The American Dream Takes on China Inc. 5G Trifecta
“Speed now is the number one currency in business today and you need that momentum for that digital transformation…And the big, they no longer eat the small. The quick eat the slow.” So said former...
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that it will revoke the authorizations of three Chinese telecom companies operating in the United States: China Unicom Americas, Pacific Networks, and its wholly-owned subsidiary, ComNet.
FCC Bans Three Chinese Telecom Firms from the US
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that it will revoke the authorizations of three Chinese telecom companies operating in the United States: China Unicom Americas, Pacific Networks, and its wholly-owned subsidiary, ComNet. The FCC voted...
Washington has announced further restrictions on companies that supply components to Huawei.
Biden Follows Trump’s Tough Stance on Huawei
Washington has announced further restrictions on companies that supply components to Huawei. The new license policy will affect things like batteries, semiconductors, and antennas crucial for Huawei’s 5G products. The U.S. Commerce Department had provided...
Chinese company Huawei, the world’s biggest telecommunication equipment maker, is planning to manufacture electric vehicles and could even launch a few models this year,
Reeling Under US Sanctions, China’s Huawei Plans to Enter Electric Vehicle Business
Chinese company Huawei, the world’s biggest telecommunication equipment maker, is planning to manufacture electric vehicles and could even launch a few models this year, according to four sources, Reuters reported on Feb. 26. Huawei is...
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a Special Committee on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill May 13, 2020 in Ottawa, Canada. Trudeau and his Liberal Party abstained from voting to condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Uyghur Muslims as genocide. The motion passed unanimously, 266-0
Trudeau Cabinet Absent as Canadian Lawmakers Call China’s Uyghur Treatment Genocide
Canada’s Members of Parliament voted unanimously to condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Uyghur Muslims as genocide on Monday, Feb. 22. However, despite the consensus of lawmakers, the vote does not represent the...
Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen, China's Guangdong province. The Canadian government has announced it will fund advanced research with Huawei Canada despite national security, intellectual property restrictions, and the Chinese Communist Party’s treatment of kidnapped Canadian citizens Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, who have been held in a CCP jail for more than 2 years.
Canadian Government Partners with Huawei for High Tech Research at Universities
The Canadian government has partnered with Communist China’s top telecom equipment manufacturer, Huawei, to sponsor electrical and computer engineering research at Canadian universities, according to a report by Globe and Mail published Monday, Feb. 14. ...
Huawei Wants HSBC Data Access to Block Meng Wanzhou Extradition
Chinese tech company Huawei has taken the legal route in the UK to gain access to some internal documents of HSBC. It’s attempting to block the extradition of CFO Meng Wanzhou, who is currently detained...
Telus International is Being Probed by CFIUS
Telus International Facing Review by US Regulators Over Parent Company’s China Dealings
Canadian telecom giant Telus (TSX: T) is being probed by the United States government over its connections to Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-controlled enterprises as part of a review of newly-public subsidiary Telus International (NYSE: TIXT)...
According to an investigation report by The Daily Telegraph and European media partners in The Signals Network, Huawei,
Huawei Forbids Employees to Wed Europeans
According to an investigation report by The Daily Telegraph and European media partners in The Signals Network, Huawei, a world leader in equipment for wireless telecommunication, tells their Chinese employees who work in Europe not to...
In 2020, the Trump administration launched the ‘Clean Network’ campaign to stop communist China’s Huawei from integrating into the communication infrastructure of as many countries as possible.
5G War: ‘Clean Network’ Aims to Counter Beijing’s Aim for Global Hegemony
In 2020, the Trump administration launched the "Clean Network" campaign to stop Communist China from applying Huawei to integrate it into the communication infrastructure of as many countries as possible. Over 50 nations and 180...
Why the US Government Blacklisted China’s Huawei
Half a year after the arrest of its chief financial officer by Canadian police, the world’s biggest telecommunication firm suffered a new blow after the U.S. government put it on a list that effectively bans...