Meng's lawyer told the judge that the US request to extradite Meng is 'all and only about sanctions risk.'
Canada begins hearing Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou fraud case; exec indicted in US for violating sanctions on Iran
In the 13 months since Meng Wanzhou, 47, was arrested at a Vancouver airport, her life has been circumscribed by the terms of her $10 million bail. On Monday, it entered a new phase when her extradition hearing formally began
Meng charged in the United States with bank fraud, and is accused of misleading HSBC Holdings PLC.
Meng was arrested at a Vancouver airport on 1 December at the request of the US, where she is charged with bank fraud.
Huawei is preparing to announce that it is suing the US government in a court in Texas.
Canada arrested Huawei's Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on 1 Dec. at the request of the United States.
The report sheds light on Huawei's tactics of stealing trade secrets which were aimed at Apple.
Huawei had “never received any request from any government to provide improper information”, the newspaper reported Ren as saying in an interview
Details of the case against Meng, to be heard in the Supreme Court of British Columbia, remain sparse.
The US has been looking since at 2016 into whether Huawei shipped US-origin products to Iran, other countries.