FDX.N has seized more than 100 Hawai packets while China blames the United States, according to Reuters. The Chinese government's Xinhua news agency reported Friday that Chinese officials suspected FedEx that it was legally holding back the Huawei package, and also believed it had violated other laws.
Bejing started researching in the Federal Express last month after Huawei was blacklisted in May when American companies stopped doing business with a Shenzhen-based communications equipment manufacturer.
"The investigation showed that Fed Express is suspected of storing more than 100 packages from Hu Wei to China." "The researchers also discovered that there were clues to other violations of the company."
The developments reflect the latest consequences of the Washington-based trade ban for Huawei, which focuses not only on the global supply side of technology with $ 105 billion in Huawei trade, but also creates a huge loss of ownership between companies and organizations outside the United States borders United are confronted with limitations.