Friday, 16 November 2018

ZTE avoids further punishment as Trump signs $716bn defence bill

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 14 August 18

Some US politicians called for the bill to include legislation which would have blocked ZTE from a slew of US telecoms projects

US President Donald Trump has signed a $716 billion defence bill, that further relaxes punitive measures taken against Chinese tech firm ZTE. While ZTE will still be precluded from bidding on any telecommunications contracts relating to the US military or national security infrastructure…

US President Donald Trump has signed a $716 billion defence bill, that further relaxes punitive measures taken against Chinese tech firm ZTE. While ZTE will still be precluded from bidding on any telecommunications contracts relating to the US military or national security infrastructure…

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