FedEx Challenges Commerce Dept.'s Huawei Export Reqs.

Law360 (June 24, 2019, 11:13 PM EDT) -- FedEx Corp. filed a complaint in D.C. federal court Monday seeking an exemption from recently enacted export requirements the U.S. Department of Commerce placed on a slew of Chinese entities including telecom giant Huawei, claiming the regulations are unconstitutional.

An employee unloads FedEx trucks at a Boston sorting facility in a file photo. The company is objecting to new requirements that it police certain packages. (AP) In a complaint that doesn't specifically mention Huawei, FedEx claims that requiring the carrier to police packages headed to companies on the so-called Entity List is a violation of the carrier's rights to due process...

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