International Trade minister said Canada is pushing to solve the economically important matter.
Huawei denies accusations it might facilitate Chinese spying or is controlled by the ruling Communist Party.
Looks like further retaliation for arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Trump has said he’d intervene in the case if it would help secure a trade deal with Beijing.
Huawei, China’s first global tech brand, is at the centre of U.S.-Chinese tensions over technology competition and cyber-spying.
The US has been lobbying allies to shun Huawei.
Meanwhile, Meng Wanzhou is suing the Canadian government.
Suit alleges authorities used a routine customs examination to “compel her to provide evidence and information.”
The Chinese don’t need secret access to Huawei routers to infiltrate global networks that already have notoriously poor security.
A tacit acknowledgment of the diplomatic bind the US Justice Department created for the federal Liberals.
UK National Cyber Security Centre has concluded that with care and safeguards, Huawei equipment can be used in 5G networks.
The telco said it seeks to reduce the potential risk of a Huawei ban.
US political interference looms large as a factor supporting her release.
Trump administration to escalate its tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese imports from 10% to 25% on March 2.
Ambassador John McCallum opined twice last week on Meng-Huawei case.