European Union seeks information as Chinese espionage scandal hits Poland

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The Eastern European country's officers have seized documents from both Huawei's and Orange's offices. He could not immediately be reached for comment.

In December, a Czech cybersecurity agency warned against using the software and hardware of Huawei and fellow Chinese company ZTE, saying they posed a threat to state security.

Orange Polska worked with Huawei past year on introducing the latest fifth-generation, or 5G, wireless network in the country of 38 million.

Huawei is a Chinese telecommunications company that is viewed by USA government officials as a national security risk.

A Huawei spokesman has said the company is aware of the arrest, but has made no further comment.

Poland has arrested a sales director for Chinese telecoms giant Huawei over allegations of working with Beijing's intelligence services.

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He said no further details would be released about the case because it is classified and the investigation is ongoing. Her arrest sparked a surge of patriotism in China with companies encouraging staff to buy Huawei smartphones.

After both suspects were reportedly detained by the ABW earlier this week, the Warsaw District Court ruled on Thursday that the two should remain behind bars for three months.

In addition to this, Huawei have come under fire from authorities in Norway, Germany, the United States, the UK, Australia and New Zealand, with several countries outright banning the use of their devices or equipment used in 5G mobile networks.

Polish public TV channel TVP said security services had searched the local offices of Huawei, as well as the offices of telecoms firm Orange Polska, where it said the Polish national works.

Huawei has come under global scrutiny lately.

"As we start 2019, it is time for a change", Bradley said in the post. "Huawei complies with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries where it operates, and we require every employee to abide by the laws and regulations in the countries where they are based", it continued.

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The US government alleges that Meng helped the company dodge sanctions on Iran.

Its chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou - the daughter of its founder - was arrested in Canada last month and faces extradition to the U.S. on charges of breaking Iran sanctions.

A person with knowledge of the case confirmed that a Huawei employee called Wang Weijing - also known as Stanislaw Wang - had been arrested but not charged.

However, Polish authorities told Reuters the spying allegations are related to the actions of the individual Huawei employee, and not necessarily linked directly to the company itself.

The FTC's argument that Qualcomm is allegedly harming competition, however, has frustrated some conservatives, who say not only does it appear the independent agency is favoring Chinese interests over American businesses, but the FTC's case goes against the ideas of free-market capitalism.

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