Huawei party to a deal to sell prohibited HP equipment to Iranian carrier
0. phoneArena posted on 31 Dec 2012, 01:32
Huawei’s private partner in Hong Kong, Skycom Tech Co. Ltd., and with operations in Iran...
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1. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 31 Dec 2012, 02:14 1 3
The Chinese (and Russian) is the reason why Iran can continue with their Nuclear program while World community are helpless.
If proven guilty I think Huawei must be banned from selling their product outside China.
7. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 01 Jan 2013, 05:07 1 1
China was behind the genocide in Cambodia, China is the reason why the cruel regime still rules in North Korea and is used as Beijing's bargaining tools.
China supports host of dictatorships around the world for financial gains.
The Chinese communists are evil.
2. belovedson posted on 31 Dec 2012, 02:19 1 2
thanks mecocao. china and russia have been allies for such a long time. they have been doing cyberwarfare against america and some of its allies for a long time. why our country does a little to share this info is beyond me
4. krulll posted on 31 Dec 2012, 08:27 2 3
You Americans have a mania flip, twist and re-create the events in your favor so absurd and pathological.
read a history book or stop being the world's greatest terrorist threat (according to the UN resolutions and political scientist Noam Chomsky), it would be very good for the rest of the civilized world.
5. Kan_wha posted on 31 Dec 2012, 09:39 0 0
Well thats just misleading, its clearly Skycom Tech Co. Ltd. that selling the equipment, not Huawei. €1.3 million worth of Hewlitt-Packard equipment is practically nothing.
Way to show EXTREME BIAS there, Maxwell R. There's a reason why everybody hates our guts, and you're not helping.
6. Maxwell.R posted on 31 Dec 2012, 16:30 1 0
Check out the source article. Reuters is hardly pro-American in anything and the service has been running stories about Huawei and ZTE all year. Skycom and Huawei are essentially the same company based on what Reuters is reporting. Huawei's ownership and influence has been suspect for quite a while, and China is notorious for treating IP in a manner to its own benefit.
8. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 01 Jan 2013, 05:58 0 0
Dude this may be only the tip of an iceberg.