ZTE tries to appease US
Because there is a long history of appeasement working
China’s ZTE has named a set of new top executives, including a CEO and a CFO, to comply with its deal with the United States to get a supplier ban lifted.
US Senate votes to ban ZTE
ZTE appears to be back in trouble again after the US Senate has voted to reinstate a ban on ZTE that prevents the Chinese telecom company from buying US components and using US software.
ZTE pays a billion to carry on trading
We're really really sorry
Chinese manufacturer ZTE will slip the US a billion dollars so that it can continue to buy stuff for its phones from America.
ZTE agrees to US demands
Ban lifting likely
ZTE has signed an agreement in principle that would lift a US Commerce Department ban on buying from US suppliers, allowing the outfit to get back into the business.
US shut down of ZTE pulls Chinese tiger's tail
Trade war might backfire
The US might have inadvertently sown the seeds of its technological destruction by pulling the tail of the Chinese tiger.
ZTE named and shamed as shipping with malware
Maybe the FBI was right
Researchers at Avast Threat Labs say that more than 100 different low-cost Android devices from manufacturers like ZTE, Archos, and myPhone come with malware pre-installed.
ZTE about to get a reprieve
Washington and China about to throw a lifeline
Washington and Beijing are nearing a deal that would remove an existing US order banning American companies from supplying Chinese firm ZTE .
Trump continues to defend ZTE
US companies depend on it
President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump defended his decision to revisit penalties for Chinese company ZTE for flouting US sanctions on trade with Iran, saying the telecom maker is a big buyer for US suppliers.
Trump vows to save ZTE
In the middle of a trade war
Ever a model of consistent planning, President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump has promised to save the troubled Chinese telecom manufacturer ZTE and help make the company great again.
Mediatek allowed to supply ZTE
American's loss is Mediatek's gain
Mediatek Inc has received an export permit from its government to sell components to ZTE Corp, a Chinese telecoms equipment maker subjected to restrictions in the United States.