tions of China’s express industry and harmed the legitimate rights of Chinese clients, so the Chinese au
thorities decided to launch the investigation, Ma Junsheng, the bureau head, said in a statement on its website on Sunday.
“The fundamental rule of express services is that the service provider must deliver parcels to
designated addresses and receivers. Postal service administrators have the right to look into any
violations,” he said without mentioning the names of the clients that lodged complaints.
On Saturday, China announced that FedEx was put under investi
gation after Huawei Technologies Co claimed that FedEx, without providing any detailed expl
anation, diverted two parcels postmarked from Japan and destined for company addresses in China to the US. Th
e Chinese telecommunications equipment maker also said FedEx attempted