Huawei Canada has been a center of talk since the detention of Huawei’s CFO Meng Wanzhou, and recently a Huawei Canada executive said he had left his post in less than a year after the dispute between Ottawa and Beijing.
According to a report from Reuters, Huawei Canada Executive, Jake Enwright, said in a brief phone interview that he had quit his job as director of corporate affairs, which he started in June last year.
And this is not the first time when someone left the company’s hand because another senior official Scott Bradley announced in January that he’s leaving as senior vice president of corporate affairs, after a serving the company for seven years.
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This could be a negative impression of US posted spying allegation on the telecom giant and the situations get more intense with the detentions of Meng Wanzhou, in December last year.