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Huawei's CFO Was Carrying Apple Products When Arrested


According to Business INsider, Meng Wanzhou, the Huawei CFO who was arrested in Canada in December, was carrying a bunch of devices made by one of her company's biggest rivals when she was detained. Among the haul of devices was an iPhone 7 Plus, MacBook Air, and iPad Pro. The disclosure is potentially embarrassing for Huawei, which only recently punished two employees over a tweet sent from the company's account by an iPhone.

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