The two indictments issued on January 28, 2019, represent just the latest pushback against foreign telecommunications interests by USA officials, citing national security concerns and unfair trade practice claims.
The results, released Friday, reveal 62 per cent of respondents said China's record on human rights and the rule of law should be more important to Canada than trade investment and opportunities which accounted for 38 per cent of people polled.
December 8-9: China summons Canadian Ambassador John McCallum and U.S. Ambassador Terry Branstad on successive weekend days to warn of "grave consequences" if Meng is not released and demand the U.S. cancel its order for her arrest. Meng is in Vancouver waiting for the United States to extradite her for violating the sanctions against Iran.
Zhang - who is also listed as a member of the Academic Committee of China's state planner, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) - said that the additional tariffs would have a wider negative effect on global trade.
A statement by Global Affairs Canada says the government continues to be deeply concerned by the "arbitrary" detentions of Spavor and fellow Canadian Michael Kovrig, who was also arrested last month on similar allegations.
January 14: A Chinese court sentences Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg to death in a drug smuggling case, overturning his 15-year sentence from November.
January 15: China expresses strong dissatisfaction with Trudeau's criticism of the death sentence.
Huawei has operated in Australia for a decade and a half.
"For us it just isn't an issue".
January 22: China demands the US withdraw its arrest warrant for Meng and not make an extradition request.
Huawei is a strong presence in the world's technological sector.
As the U.S. Department of Justice unsealed 23 criminal charges in two cases against Chinese telecom giant Huawei on Monday, the media - mostly government backed - in Beijing on Wednesday suggested the Xi Jinping government to push for negotiations with Washington. Some of the tech companies say Huawei has a habit of stealing intellectual property.
"The firm has been offered very little data regarding the charges and is not known of any illegal behavior by Ms. Meng", Huawei claimed to the media in an interview.