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Elon Musk thinks he can swoop in and save the women fighting for freedom in Iran. He’s wrong

The Observer 26 Sep 2022
Jason Burke ... In 2017, the protester Vida Movahed climbed a telecoms box on the busy “Revolution” street in Tehran, put a white head scarf on top of a stick, and stood there in silence until she was arrested. The next week, the country was full of women standing silently on telecoms boxes, waving their headscarves and often being brutally taken down ... .
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Iran’s mobile phone imports down 19.1% in 4 months to July

Press TV 11 Aug 2022
Imports of mobile phones into Iran dropped significantly year on year in April-July amid reported restrictions on imports of luxury phones into the country ... Iran blames widespread internet outage on fire in datacenter. Iranian telecoms ministry says all internet connections will be restored in Tehran until Tuesday morning ... www.presstv.ir ... ....
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Iran blames widespread internet outage on fire in datacenter

Press TV 02 Aug 2022
The Iranian telecoms ministry says a widespread internet outage that has reportedly affected a fifth of the network in the country since midday on Monday will be fixed within the upcoming hours ... Mohammad Reza Bidkham said that a fire at a data center in Tehran’s eight telecoms district had caused the outage.
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Street protests feared in Lebanon due to price rise, depreciation of currency, unemployment

Arab News 25 May 2022
“The decision to increase the tariffs for telecom and Internet services was caused by problems with suppliers and employees ... The sector’s income decreased to 22 percent, and we have become one of the cheapest telecom sectors in the world, as the average rate of subscription revenue is $1.88 per month, compared to $11.5 in Jordan, for instance.
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EU court rules on business rights in light of exploding costs for ditching Iran deals

Russia Today 21 Dec 2021
On Tuesday, the ECJ set a precedent by that Deutsche Telekom’s decision to terminate a contract with the German branch of the state-owned Bank Melli Iran would be lawful if a regional court contended that the telecoms firm would have sustained major losses due to US sanctions on Tehran ... by leading to disproportionate economic loss.” ... .
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Syria offers industrial facilities to Iranian investors

The New Arab 22 Nov 2021
Iran has given the regime massive amounts of financial aid as part of the so-called "credit line" extended from Tehran ... Tehran has sought a return for its investment in the regime in the form of investment contracts in key sectors such as telecoms, construction, and logistics.
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Meng waits to learn ruling on long extradition battle

Hong Kong Standard 19 Aug 2021
The daughter of company founder and chief executive Ren Zhengfei is accused of defrauding HSBC Bank by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran.
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Huawei CFO's extradition hearing in Canada comes to a close

Gulf News 19 Aug 2021
Vancouver ... The daughter of company founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, is accused of defrauding HSBC Bank by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran, as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei ... .
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US help needed to break China-Canada rift – expert

The Manila Times 12 Aug 2021
Meng, the company's chief financial officer, is accused of defrauding HSBC by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei.
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Canada needs US to break impasse in row with China: Experts

Straits Times 12 Aug 2021
Meng, the company's chief financial officer, is accused of defrauding HSBC by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei.
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Huawei exec back in Canada court over US extradition request

Manila Standard Today 05 Aug 2021
She is accused of defrauding HSBC Bank by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei ... "This case is built on misinformation and selectively omitted facts ... .
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Meng due back in Canada court over US extradition

Asiatimes 03 Aug 2021
Meng stands accused of defrauding HSBC by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei.
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Huawei exec due back in Canada court over US extradition request

The Times of India 03 Aug 2021
Meng stands accused of defrauding HSBC by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei.
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Huawei’s Meng due back in court

Taipei Times 03 Aug 2021
AFP, VANCOUVER ...There is no plausible case for committal.”. Meng stands accused of defrauding HSBC by falsely misrepresenting links between Huawei and Skycom, a subsidiary that sold telecoms equipment to Iran, putting the bank at risk of violating US sanctions against Tehran as it continued to clear US dollar transactions for Huawei ... 20 ... .
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Chinese, Russian internet giants dodged Iran because of fears from US sanctions: Minister

Press TV 13 Jul 2021
Iran’s telecoms minister says two major internet companies from Russia and China cancelled ... He said Yandex made the announcement just a day after then Iranian and Russian telecoms ministers had signed an agreement in Tehran to allow Yandex to start its operations in the country.

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