Release of Meng Wanzhou may signal thaw in chilly US-China ties, brings relief to global bank at centre of storm
Meng's deal with US prosecutors could pave the way for improved ties between China, the US and Canada.
Meng Wanzhou flew back to China after a video link to a US court, in which she agreed to a statement of facts on the case laid by US prosecutors. A court in Vancouver then allowed her leave.
Eric Xu admits new 5G-related business is yet to offset handset losses, while US Commerce Secretary Raimondo says further action against Chinese telco giant is possible, if necessary
Beijing threatened ‘other measures’ will be used if the tech giants don’t share links to their rival’s sites after they were summoned by industry officials along with ByteDance, Baidu, Huawei and Xiaomi
US officials have reportedly approved licences worth hundreds of millions of dollars for blacklisted Huawei to buy 'less sophisticated' chips for its auto parts business
Chairman Guo Ping admits the company is 'stuck' after US sanctions but says it will overcome its chip production challenges and become the world's top smartphone once again
US sanctions hit tech giant's core handset business hard; Group focusing on software and 'less risky' areas
Meng Wanzhou accused of misleading HSBC Holdings over Iran dealings; Tech giant chief claims ‘abuses of process’ during her Canada arrest
Huawei, ZTE and Datang expected to corner major share of telecoms deal; Rival Nokia missed out on work from China Telecom and China Unicom