Jordan Rapana, right, of the Canberra Raiders in action, wearing the club’s jersey featuring main sponsor Huawei Technologies at the CBus Super Stadium in Robina, a suburb in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, on August 22. Photo: EPA-EFE Jordan Rapana, right, of the Canberra Raiders in action, wearing the club’s jersey featuring main sponsor Huawei Technologies at the CBus Super Stadium in Robina, a suburb in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, on August 22. Photo: EPA-EFE
Jordan Rapana, right, of the Canberra Raiders in action, wearing the club’s jersey featuring main sponsor Huawei Technologies at the CBus Super Stadium in Robina, a suburb in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, on August 22. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Huawei ends its oldest major sports sponsorship deal over Australia ‘trade war’

  • The Chinese telecoms giant will continue as one of the minor sponsors of the Canberra Raiders, as the rugby team searches for a replacement major sponsor
  • China has made lifting Australia’s ban on Huawei’s participation in essential communications infrastructure a condition of turning around strained bilateral relations

Topic |   Huawei
Jordan Rapana, right, of the Canberra Raiders in action, wearing the club’s jersey featuring main sponsor Huawei Technologies at the CBus Super Stadium in Robina, a suburb in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, on August 22. Photo: EPA-EFE Jordan Rapana, right, of the Canberra Raiders in action, wearing the club’s jersey featuring main sponsor Huawei Technologies at the CBus Super Stadium in Robina, a suburb in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, on August 22. Photo: EPA-EFE
Jordan Rapana, right, of the Canberra Raiders in action, wearing the club’s jersey featuring main sponsor Huawei Technologies at the CBus Super Stadium in Robina, a suburb in the city of Gold Coast, in Queensland, Australia, on August 22. Photo: EPA-EFE
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