Foreign Courts and Rulings
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In an opinion issued last week, a U.S. federal judge in Illinois found that most of the claims in Chinese radio company Hytera's antitrust lawsuit against rival Motorola can go forward.
A Swedish Administrative Court of Appeal recently upheld a lower court's ruling in support of a government decision to ban Huawei equipment in its 5G market, citing national security concerns.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced a federal indictment against the Chinese company Hytera Communications Corp. Ltd based on an allegation of "conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets."
In September, we wrote about a legal challenge by telecom company China Mobile to a Canadian government order, issued on the basis of national security concerns, that it sell off or wind down its Canadian investments. Last month, a Canadian court rejected this challenge. This piece summarizes some of the
Government Contractors Agree To Pay Close to $1 Million to U.S. Government To Resolve Allegations They Illegally Used Chinese Containers and Steel
The U.S. federal government reached a settlement last week with two government contractors accused of fraudulently using Chinese containers and steel in their contracts with the Department of Defense. The settlement involves a monetary payment as well as training and reporting requirements.
In mid-September, we wrote about [https://www.chinatrademonitor.com/cfius-and-korean-government-finishing-up-security-review-of-chinese-purchase-of-korean-semiconductor-company/] a CFIUS review of a proposed purchase of a South Korean semiconductor company by a Chinese equity fund. The purchase has now been cancelled, as it could not obtain approval from CFIUS. In March of this year, the South Korean
A Hong Kong textile company has gone to U.S. court to challenge its inclusion on the "Entity List [https://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/policy-guidance/lists-of-parties-of-concern/entity-list] " maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce. While its request for a preliminary injunction was recently rejected by a U.