The New York Times reports, "A Huawei executive is expected to appear in a Vancouver courtroom on Wednesday for a hearing about her potential extradition to the United States, a case that has complicated already tense relations between Canada and China. Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of the Chinese tech giant Huawei, was arrested by Canadian officials in Vancouver in December, after the United States requested her extradition on fraud charges. It has since accused her of, among other things, fraudulently deceiving four banks to enable Huawei to evade American sanctions against Iran, and has accused Huawei of stealing trade secrets and obstructing a criminal investigation. Wednesday's proceeding is not the extradition hearing itself but a proceeding to discuss next steps in the case. While awaiting a decision on her extradition — which could take many months — Ms. Meng has been out on bail of 10 million Canadian dollars, living in Vancouver in her $6 million, six-bedroom home. She can roam fairly freely about the city, although under 24-hour surveillance and wearing a GPS tracker on her ankle."