According to a former employee of Huawei known to all, company helped build 3G wireless networks for North Korea.
These documents leaked from the same employee and included old work instructions, contracts, and more data, suggesting that the company has indeed cooperated with another state - owned company, Panda International Information Technology. The collaboration was within a 8 year period and included several projects, but aimed at creating and then maintaining a wireless network for North Korea.
Former Huawei employee when asked about their incentives to concede files in public, said that this information is in the public interest.
These documents, which were stored in a company database, also contained reports in other countries such as Iran and Syria, code but for reasons of confidentiality. Specifically, North Korea was registered under the A9 code.
Huawei uses US components and, if the above is true, has violated the law on the export and sale of US components to North Korea. The same country is also subject to sanctions worldwide, due to the nuclear regime and the violation of human rights.
The release of these documents comes at a time when several Western countries are considering whether to ban Huawei's equipment from 5G networks. Countries like the UK have not yet decided whether to ban Huawei's equipment. Countries like Australia and Japan have banned the equipment of the company.
Do not forget that since last May, <br><br>Donald Trump has signed a mandate that forbids US companies to buy and use equipment from other countries. In the mandate, there were no nominal references to companies, but Huawei is certainly one of them.
Huawei's spokesman said the company's revenue is expected to decrease by 30 billions of dollars due to the continuing commercial war with the USA.