SHANGHAI / HONG KONG (Reuters) – the Chinese government’s investigation of FedEx Corp. (a). (FDX.N) the suspect is in the US, the delivery company illegally deducted more than 100 packages of Huawei Technologies, and is also the violation of other laws, as state news agency Xinhua said on Friday.
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
Beijing began an investigation into FedEx last month, after the Ascend of the united states said the delivery company had transferred plots of land intended for the. It was after the Smartphone was placed by Washington on a “black list” in mid-May that effectively blocks U.S. companies from doing business with the Shenzhen-based telecommunications equipment maker.
“The study showed that FedEx was suspected of being in the business for more than 100 Huawei packages-enter China,” Xinhua said. “The researchers also found indications of other violations of the act.”
FedEx, had no immediate comment on the report. Huawei was not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The report comes a day after Huawei said that the AMERICAN stock exchange listed company, the Flex (the FLEX.(O) “confiscated” all of its products in China.
The developments mark the latest fallout from Washington’s ban on Huawei, which not only rattled the worldwide technology supply chain is bound to the Huawei’s $105 billion and the business community, but is also the cause of a lot of confusion between the enterprises and the organisations, far beyond the borders of the united states of america, with respect to the boundaries of the constraints.
FedEx has apologized for multiple incidents of abuse on Smartphone packages, which are attributed to the “operational errors” and called on the U.S. government last month, he said it was “impossible” to “police the contents” of the export shipments.
For Huawei, told Reuters on Thursday in its contract manufacturer for the Flex and had withheld about 700 million yuan ($101.81 million) worth of goods in a factory in China, have been confirmed by a report in the Chinese state-backed newspaper Global Times.
Flex is kept to the Huawei equipment in the plant in the southern city of Zhuhai, after the US, the black-list and cause a loss for the Smartphone, according to the report.
Huawei told Reuters that it was picked up with 400 million yuan of goods last month, after negotiations, still trying to take it back, and the rest of us.
Flex said on Friday in its quarterly earnings statement that it would speed up a move to reduce exposure to certain products, and in China and India, the recent geo-political developments and uncertainties”, which are primarily affected “to a customer in China. It is not the name of the customer.
“We have seen a decline in the demand for the products that are assembled for the customer,” he said.
Reporting by Josh Horwitz, in Shanghai and Sijia Jiang of Hong Kong; Editing by Brenda Goh and Muralikumar Anantharaman