China has decided to open a survey on FedEx for the wrong delivery of some parcels sent by the Huawei TLC giant, Target of the "Cold War technology" going on between Washington and Beijing.
The episodes have aroused a lot of attention to the suspicion of being part of the clash: China has launched a survey on FedEx that "has severely damaged the legitimate rights and interests of customers and violated the rules of the delivery industry in China," reported The New China News agency.
Four parcels with documents sent by Huawei ended up at FedEx headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, instead of the Chinese company's offices in Asia. FedEx apologized for the inconvenience motivated as an accidental mistake.
An explanation that has not dispelled the doubts. "I do not think it is right for any company to intercept or hold individual documents or information," noted Song Liuping, head of the legal department of Huawei. "If our rights have been really violated, they have the legal rights to defend us."