Region: China

Huawei launches FOIA suit against US agencies in blockbuster sanctions case

Huawei has launched a lawsuit against several US government departments for failing to turn over material that the Chinese phone parts manufacturer says could prove charges against it and its CFO are politically motivated.

02 November 2020

Transparency International: foreign bribery enforcement in decline since 2018

13 October 2020

FCC to hand over confidential China Telecom documents to the DOJ due to espionage concerns

21 August 2020

South Korea charges Samsung researchers with corporate espionage

11 August 2020

Spain fines ex-ICBC execs millions over money laundering scheme

Spain’s National Court has handed a €22.7 million fine and prison sentences to four former employees of Chinese bank ICBC over allegations they laundered millions of euros on behalf of Asian criminal organisations.

03 July 2020

China charges Canadian citizens with espionage

19 June 2020

China to revise AML law

26 May 2020

Wirecard’s Chinese acquisition fined $16.4 million for fraud

01 May 2020

DOJ officials promise more China-centric cases

The US attorney in Brooklyn expects more prosecutions of individuals and companies as part of the Justice Department’s crackdown on Chinese government-led economic espionage.

07 February 2020

Akin Gump registers to lobby for ZTE

Chinese phone parts manufacturer ZTE has retained Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld to “educate” the US government about its improved sanctions compliance.

22 January 2020

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