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US Trying To Extradite Huawei Executive From Canada

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US Trying To Extradite Huawei Executive From Canada

US Trying To Extradite Huawei Executive From Canada

According to Business Insider Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei's founder, may soon be in US custody, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.

The US will look to make a formal extradition request "within a week" as law-enforcement pursues the top Huawei executive for breaching American sanctions on Iran.

Meng has been living with her family in Vancouver.

Talk of her imminent extradition comes as the ground rules are being prepared for the critical two-way trade war talks between Washington and Beijing.

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