Huawei Files Lawsuit VS US Commerce Department Over Seized Ethernet Switch, Computer Server
HUAWEI – China-based company Huawei filed a lawsuit against US Commerce Department over seized equipment in Alaska.
The United States government accused Huawei Technologies Co. Inc. was just by China to spy to their county and other nations.
Those allegations were denied by the founder and CEO of the China-based telephone company, Ren Zhenfei.
Last year, the US government banned Huawei of selling their android phones in their country. Then in May, US President Donald Trump and his administration banned Huawei from buying parts and components in their country without the approval of their government.
Since then, the China-based phone company was struggling to revive its business. It was also admitted by their CEO Zhenfei.
Based on a report from ABS-CBN, Huawei filed a lawsuit against America’s Commerce Department on June 21.
The equipment was from China then sent to the US and supposed to be returned in China after the testing.
According to the lawsuit that was filed by Huawei, it was covered by Export Administration Regulations.
The China-based mobile company said that they shipped ethernet switch and computer server to a testing lab in California.
They claimed that a license is not needed since they did not violate any US laws.
The Huawei technology equipment was seized by the US government in Alaska.
“The equipment, to the best of HT USA’s knowledge, remains in bureaucratic limbo in an Alaskan warehouse,” the Chinese company said in its lawsuit.
Based on the report, the US Commerce Department did not release a statement right away.
The China-based mobile company contends that the equipment does not need any license because created outside the United States.
The company is currently waiting for the release of the equipment or answer the question if they shipped it illegally.
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