The controversy surrounding China’s most prominent and embattled technology firm seems to be growing ever-more intense. Discerning the reality of the situation is growing progressively more difficult.

China’s telecoms and technology giant Huawei was accused by two American academics of misrepresenting the company’s ownership structure. Days later, the CIA released a report alleging that the firm has been funded by Chinese security agencies.

Both allegations, as well as Huawei’s responses, seem to pose more questions than answers.

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Elliott Zaagman

Elliott Zaagman is a contributor to TechNode. He is also a corporate trainer, executive coach, and writer who splits his time between Bangkok and Beijing. He focuses on Chinese companies and how they relate...