Meng Wanzhou convinced HSBC that Iran dealings were ‘above board’, but she was ‘deceitful’, says Canadian filing
- Acting on behalf of the US, Canadian lawyers to argue that HSBC relied on a fraudulent pledge that Huawei had severed its relationship with an Iranian supplier
- Huawei CFO is fighting extradition to the United States, which had sanctions in place against business dealings with Iran
Corrected [1:19am, 4 Aug, 2020]
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An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that witnesses against Meng Wanzhou would be called on August 17. The hearing scheduled for August 17-21 in the Supreme Court of British Columbia is related to document disclosure and evidentiary privilege, not the extradition itself. Canada will not be calling witnesses at this hearing.