Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. has formally entered a not-guilty plea in New York after the company was arraigned Thursday.

Lawyers for the company – whose CFO, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested in Vancouver in December and is currently fighting extradition to the United States – made the response after federal prosecutors filed suit in a Brooklyn federal court.

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U.S. authorities accuse Huawei of setting up a subsidiary company to do business in Iran, in contravention to existing U.S. sanctions. Huawei and Meng are also accused to have lied to banks in the United States (such as HSBC) while processing the proceeds of business in Iran through the U.S. banking system.

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In addition, American prosecutors in January also charged the company with stealing trade secrets from companies such as T-Mobile USA.
 

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