Huawei had secret units in Syria, Sudan and Iran, says US
The US says in court documents that Huawei allegedly operated a de facto unit called DirectPoint in Sudan and Canicula in Syria
Vancouver — Huawei used code names and secret subsidiaries to conduct business in Syria, Sudan and Iran, the US alleged in the extradition case related to sanctions violations against the company’s CFO.
The Chinese networking giant allegedly operated a de facto unit called DirectPoint in Sudan and Canicula in Syria, according to documents released this week by a Canadian court. In internal spreadsheets, Huawei also used the code “A5” to refer to Sudan and “A7” to Syria, the US said in the documents submitted to the Canadian government in support of its request for the extradition of company CFO Meng Wanzhou...