China-US feud sparked by Huawei arrest poised to inflict damage on Canada

Chinese ambassador has withdrawn from appearance before Canadian committee as embassy condemns Meng’s detentionThe feud between China and the United States sparked by the arrest of a senior Huawei telecoms executive in Vancouver appears poised to inflict collateral damage on Canada, which has sought to build closer ties with Beijing amid an increasingly unpredictable trade relationship with its southern neighbour. Related: John Bolton says he knew in advance Huawei executive would be arrested Continue reading...

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