• ZTE isn't out of the woods yet: Senate blocks Trump deal

    5 monthes ago - By Android Community

    Earlier this June, ZTE received a second chance to clean up its act via White House. It was a welcome change because President Donald Trump himself declared he would be helping the Chinese telecommunications company to remain open despite the Capitol Hill's opposition. A number of lawmakers in the country have conflicting views about the...
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  • ZTE rescue plan in doubt after US Senate vote

    ZTE rescue plan in doubt after US Senate vote

    5 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    ZTE's future is one again in the balance after the US Senate passed a defence bill that included an amendment that could block President Trump's rescue plan for the company. The Senate voted 85-10 for the National Defense Authorization Act, a rare example of the Republican-controlled chamber undermining Trump. The Act had already been approved by the House of Representatives, but without the amendment concerning ZTE .
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    This means the two houses will have to compromise and it's likely that Trump will have his say on the matter too, having personally intervened to help ZTE overturn a...
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  • Senate opposes Trump and votes to reinstate US ban on ZTE

    5 monthes ago - By Beta News

    ZTE has had a tough time of things in the US, having been slapped with a Denial Order that forced it to close its main operations. Despite the sanctions, President Trump expressed a desire to get the company back up and running, implementing a huge fine which ZTE agreed to pay in order to be allowed to operate in the US again. But in a blow to the Trump administration and its work with Chinese president Xi Jinping, the Senate has voted to amend the National Defense Authorization Act to reinstate sanctions on the company. See also: ZTE agrees to...
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  • U.S. Senate votes to ban ZTE

    U.S. Senate votes to ban ZTE

    5 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Deal or no deal, the U.S. Senate has voted in favor of restoring a ban against Chinese manufacturer ZTE. As we have previously reported, President Trump recently struck a deal with China and ZTE to lift the ban on the company receiving U.S. exports. The agreement required ZTE to fire some people, establish a compliance department ran by American-picked employees and pay $1 billion dollar fine. Initially, the Commerce Department placed almost a decade long ban on the company, for supposedly doing business with both Iran and North Korea. Chinese President Xi Jinping plead with the U.S. to...
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