Huawei lawyers (left to right) James Cole, Michael Levy and David Bitkower leave a court in New York on Thursday. Huawei has pleaded not guilty to charges that it lied to banks about transactions that violated economic sanctions. Photo: Getty Images via AFP

Huawei pleads not guilty to US charges of bank fraud and violating Iran sanctions in case that triggered a global firestorm

  • The world’s largest telecoms equipment maker also faces charges of obstructing justice, becoming a lightning rod for Donald Trump’s tough China policies.
  • A court process for the case is to be set at the next hearing on April 4
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Huawei lawyers (left to right) James Cole, Michael Levy and David Bitkower leave a court in New York on Thursday. Huawei has pleaded not guilty to charges that it lied to banks about transactions that violated economic sanctions. Photo: Getty Images via AFP
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