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The arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, followed by China's detention of two Canadians, escalated trade and security tensions that are now leading to travel jitters. Jason Lee/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S., Canadian Executives Privately 'Spooked' About Traveling To China

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Supporters Ada Yu and Wade Meng (no relation) stand outside the British Columbia Supreme Court on Monday before the bail hearing for Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver. Rich Lam/Getty Images hide caption

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Visitors pass a Huawei marquee in Barcelona during the Mobile World Congress last year. The daughter of the Chinese telecommunications giant's founder was arrested Saturday in Canada on U.S. request, in a move that threatens to inflame U.S.-China trade tensions. Lluis Gene/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Huawei Finance Chief's Arrest Threatens To Inflame U.S.-China Tensions

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A crew hangs a Huawei advertising banner on the side of the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. Some senators want to ban it the world's third-largest seller of smartphones from the U.S. Steve Marcus/Reuters hide caption

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