Nizar Zakka is now a free man after his arrest in 2015 on charges of spying for the United States.
The prime minister tells a conference in Japan that Malaysia is an open book.
The move comes as the US applies increasing pressure on European countries to prohibit Huawei's network infrastructure.
ZTE Corp has also been at the centre of similar controversies in the US.
The Belgium centre for cybersecurity says Huawei is free from security threats.
The American operatives worked for Project Raven, a secret Emirati intelligence program that spied on dissidents, militants and political opponents of the UAE monarchy.
A law recently enacted by Beijing that obliges Chinese companies to aid the government on national security has added to the concerns.
Former energy and infrastructure minister Gonen Segev was sentenced to 11 years in prison for spying for Iran.
Former US marine Paul Whelan holds US, British, Canadian and Irish passports, and was detained in Moscow.
Huawei is a high-tech company, and technology represents the true strength of a country.
Derby announces 11 more teams have made representations after veteran Argentinian boss Bielsa defended his spying tactics during a press conference.
Poland had arrested a Chinese Huawei employee and a former Polish security official on spying allegations last Friday.
The Polish government could also look to tighten legislation to allow the authorities to limit the availability of products made by any company deemed to pose a threat to security.
Lampard believes Leeds could face a sanction if Bielsa has been spying on the opposition all season.
Huawei is allegedly linked to China's government and could have "backdoors" for government spies.
A review is underway where Belgian military and troops shall no longer be allowed to use their smartphones as a way to counter spying.
The head of Germany's Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Arne Schoenbohm says proof is needed for such serious decisions like a ban.
Benoit Quennedey, who is also president of the Franco-Korean Friendship Association, was taken into custody late Monday.
British researcher Matthew Hedges was among more than 700 prisoners pardoned by UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan on the occasion of National Day.
Matthew Hedges, 31, was sentenced on Wednesday on charges of spying for the British government, in a move described as deeply disappointing by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Matthew Hedges, a 31-year-old PhD student, was researching the UAE's foreign and internal security policies after the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions when he was detained at Dubai airport on May 5.
There had been speculation that Bochkarev might be used as leverage in efforts to obtain the release of a Norwegian held in Russia on suspicion of spying.
Chinese students studying in Taiwan are said to be targeted by domestic spies who lure them with money, love and friendship.
Mohamad Fuzi Harun to seek an audience with the Johor sultan on the matter.
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