According to rumors, the Chinese society announced the trial Thursday (7 of 3).
A nearby source told Reuters whether the lawsuit would be filed in the eastern district of Texas, in the same area as Huawei's US headquarters. This step was carried out in order to maintain operations in the United States.
In addition to wanting to take legal action, Huawei has recently launched a number of campaigns to improve the image of the company.One of them is to invite the media to go directly to the office and the research center eliminates the allegations of the United States.
This lawsuit looks like a retaliation against the US's charges against Huawei, which would be a spy tool for the Chinese government.
The Huawei problem has not only triggered tensions between the United States and China, but also between China and Canada.
On December 1, 2018, at the request of the United States, Meng Wanzhou's CFO was hired at the Canadian International Airport in Vancouver. The anchor was made in connection with alleged violations of US sanctions and espionage charges.
In January, the Chinese government accused the United States of carrying out political manipulations suspected to be Huawei telecommunication companies. They said the United States had abused the law to block the company and the country's bamboo curtain.
"For some time, the United States has been using the power of the state to discredit and repress a number of Chinese companies in order to stifle their legitimate and legal activities," said Geng Shuang, spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Finance. Foreign Affairs.
"There is strong political motivation and political manipulation behind (US) actions," Geng Shuang said.