US investigation with Huawei of China US investigation with Huawei of China

US investigation with Huawei of China

The US authorities are investigating China's Huawei Technologies for violating sanctions against Iran, where Huawei is alleged to have shipped US products to Iran and other countries in violation of US export and sanctions laws.

News of the Justice Department investigation follows a series of US measures aimed at halting or reducing Huawei's and ZTE's access to the US economy amid accusations that the two companies may be using their technology to spy on Americans.

Huawei, the world's largest maker of telecommunications equipment and the third largest supplier of smartphones, said it adhered to "all laws and regulations in force in the countries where it operates, including the laws and regulations of the United Nations, the United States and the European Union in force for export control and sanctions."

More recently, the US has banned US companies selling components or software to ZTE for seven years.

 Washington has accused ZTE of violating an agreement on punishing employees after the company illegally shipped US goods to Iran.

ZTE, which sells smartphones in the United States, paid fines and penalties of $ 890 million and could be charged an additional $ 300 million.

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