The extradition hearing for a top Huawei executive at the center of a diplomatic row between Ottawa and Beijing was pushed back to March on Tuesday, after the U.S. unveiled sweeping charges against her and the Chinese tech giant.
But early on Tuesday, Beijing denounced the Huawei indictments as politically motivated.
The Chinese foreign ministry also leveled a new complaint against the DoJ.
Huawei is the world's largest supplier of telecommunications network equipment and second-biggest maker of smartphones.
Australian-Chinese relations have been tense since the Federal Government banned Huawei from having any role in the country's new 5G network rollout. But Washington has previously accused Beijing of involvement in cyberspying and theft of industrial secrets.
Meng, 46, a daughter of Huawei's founder, was detained on December 1 at Washington's request on suspicion of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.
The U.S. Department of Justice laid out its case Monday against Meng and Huawei. The Ministry further urged the U.S.to "immediately withdraw the arrest warrant" and "stop making such kinds of extradition requests".
Huawei, headquartered in the southern city of Shenzhen, near Hong Kong, has rejected the United States accusations. The company insisted that it did not commit "any of the asserted violations" and that it "is not aware of any wrongdoing by Ms. Meng".
VANCOUVER-Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was granted changes to her bail conditions in a Vancouver court on January 29.
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Huawei has denied the charges, responding with a statement saying it was "disappointed to learn of the charges brought against the company".
Prosecutors say Skycom was owned by Huawei through a subsidiary company. It forecasts its 2018 global revenue should exceed $100 billion for the first time despite the tension with Washington.
"The allegations in the Western District of Washington trade secret indictment were already the subject of a civil suit that was settled by the parties after a Seattle jury found neither damages nor willful and malicious conduct on the trade secret claim".
The White House on Monday announced that a Chinese delegation is scheduled to meet Wednesday and Thursday in Washington with senior administration officials about the countries' trade relationship.
Her arrest further aggravated U.S. A breakdown in negotiations would likely lead to higher tariffs, a prospect that has rattled financial markets for months.
Prosecutors say Huawei China pushed employees in the U.S.to find out technical details on Tappy, like the sliding speed of its mechanical arm.
"We are deeply grateful to the Government of Canada for its assistance and steadfast commitment to the rule of law", said Whitaker.
"This is not just the matter of Huawei". He said China would likely accept such a deal, if it were offered.
Huawei is "not aware of any wrongdoing by Ms. Meng, and believes the USA courts will ultimately reach the same conclusion", it said. While the U.S. has repeatedly said that the Huawei case and trade talks are separate issues, the moves complicate the already tense battles Washington and Beijing have engaged in for months.
Canada's Department of Justice now has until March 1 to determine whether to issue an authority to proceed, which authorizes an extradition hearing. They say Huawei engineers secretly took photos of a robot made by T-Mobile and tried to take part of it from T-Mobile's lab. TPG declined to comment on its plans for TPG's spectrum holdings.