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As the White House wages a war against Chinese technology, Meng Wanzhou's trial draws Canada into a high-stakes diplomatic and economic game.   © Reuters
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Cyberspies, 5G and Iran: Is the US case against Huawei crumbling?

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MARRIAN ZHOU, Nikkei staff writer | North America

VANCOUVER, Canada -- On a Sunday night in mid-January, Canadian actor Julia Hackstaff was approached by an acquaintance offering work as an extra in a movie. The gig, which paid $100, would only take two hours. The next morning, Hackstaff joined a dozen others in the rain outside the British Columbia Supreme Court in Vancouver.

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