Huawei’s Business in Iran in Full Compliance with Laws
Though the White House has cleared that Huawei has not been spying for China and, it is a growing business in the field of mobile and technology, some concerns have always been remained with the US.
It has been alleged that a partner of Huawei has offered a massive amount in the form of dollars of embargoed HP equipment to Iran. To talk about the deal in detail then it was found that the deal was given by Huawei partner Skycom to the Mobile Telecommunication Co of Iran (MCI).
The offer was meant to bring an expansion in subscription of MCI's billing system. It has been said that the deal was meant to act as a protective shield, so that that the designed embargo is able to prevent Iran from using any sort of such equipment for its nuclear programme.
Experts said that though the deal has done no loss, it shows that interests of Huawei were never with America. SkyCom Tech Co. Ltd, which is also a partner of Huawei, said, "Huawei's business in Iran is in full compliance with all applicable laws and regulations including those of the UN, US and EU". It now has to be seen as what steps are being taken by the US.
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