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Huawei strikes back at Creative with countersuit


Last month, Creative Technology sued Chinese networking and telecommunications equipment and services company, Huawei, over the failure of the WiMAX broadband project. And Huawei has filed a countersuit against Creative for US$8.23 million over the termination of the project.

It was only about a month ago when Creative has sued Huawei for US$9.4 million (S$11.7 million) for the failure of the WiMAX broadband project, and that the Chinese company was unable to deliver the network performance as stated in the supply contract. In 2010, QMax Communications, a subsidiary of Creative Technology, has contracted Huawei to set up the WiMAX broadband network in Singapore. And now, Huawei has filed a countersuit against the local company for US$8.23 million (S$10.4 million) in unpaid goods and services as well as the 'wrongful' termination of the WiMAX broadband contract.

Source: Straits Times

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