A Federal Express delivery truck that is shown in the center of Los Angeles, state of California, united states, October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Chinese authorities suspect that the US package delivery company FedEx Corp. (a). (FDX.(N) violation of the law, it does not make distributions of property from a tech company, Huawei, to the recipient, the state news agency Xinhua said on Friday.
In China, the research of FedEx, the United States, and placed the Smartphone on an “entity-list”) that effectively bars U.S.-based providers of service to the company.
The researchers also found that FedEx had been held for more than 100 Smartphone-based missions, Xinhua reported.
In the first instance, FedEx is attributable to the failed delivery of an “operational error,” however, the authorities believe that the statement “does not conform to the reality,” Xinhua reported.
“In the midst of the investigation, any other evidence that FedEx violated the laws and regulations have been found,” Xinhua reported.
FedEx did not respond to an email request for comment.
Reporting by Josh Horwitz; Editing by Robert Birsel