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China- Meng Wanzhou enters into China after 3 years in Canada after facing Judges orders of penalty while the help of the Chinese government. Wanzhou finally won and the Chinese government have used jailing 2 Canadians as a weapon against Canada to free their top one percent citizen. The Judges over the years have ruled that she should be punished but the diplomatic pressure China put on Canada by arresting the two Michael’s, and sanctions and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China pressuring the release of Wanzhou made the Canadian Federal government to bow the kneel to the Chinese Government. Wanzhou was born 13 February 1972 in Chengdu, Sichuan, China. She is the daughter of Ren Zhengfei and his first wife, Meng Jun. She adopted her mother’s surname when she was 16
After graduating from college in 1992, she worked for China Construction Bank for a year before joining Huawei, a startup founded by her father, as a secretary. She attended graduate school in 1997 and earned a master’s degree in accounting from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology. She moved to Vancouver, Canada, and obtained permanent residency in 2001, which she no longer had as of 2009. Meng also has had Hong Kong permanent residence since at least 2011
When Huawei first published the names of its top executives in 2011, Meng was already listed as its CFO. In March 2018, she was appointed as one of the four vice chairpersons of the board, fueling speculation that she was being groomed to eventually succeed her father. However, Ren has denied such claims, telling Sina Tech that “none of my family members possess [suitable] qualities” and “will never be included in the sequence of successors.”
As of December 2018, Meng is the deputy chairwoman and CFO of Huawei, China’s largest privately held company, with 180,000 employees. In 2017, Forbes ranked Meng 8th in its list of Outstanding Businesswomen of China, while Huawei chairwoman Sun Yafang (who stepped down in March 2018) was ranked 2nd.