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HSBC strike in Hong Kong deals over extradition documents in Huawei

Hong Kong — Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, after a month of court battle to obtain documents from HSBC Holdings PLC as part of the fight against surrender to the United States, in Hong Kong A settlement was reached in court.

At a hearing at the Hong Kong High Court on Monday, Meng Wanzhou and HSBC lawyers confirmed that they had reached an agreement on the document. Meng Wanzhou believes the document will help in a legal battle in Canada and is holding hearings to prevent him from being handed over on suspicion of breaking sanctions on Iran.

Meng Wanzhou went to a court in Hong Kong to force HSBC to hand over the documents after losing a previous court battle in Britain. Meng Wanzhou filed a proceeding in Hong Kong in February, a few days after a judge in the London High Court. Reject HSBC orders To hand over the paperwork, saying he didn’t have jurisdiction to do so.

In Hong Kong on Monday, Judge Linda Chan said in just a few minutes of hearing that she had approved the agreement between the two parties, including how to edit the document, in court. Little details are published.

Both Huawei and HSBC representatives did not elaborate, confirming that the agreement had been reached.

HSBC strike in Hong Kong deals over extradition documents in Huawei

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