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

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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