ZTE faces up to $2.2bn penalty

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ZTE faces up to $2.2bn penalty

Before being allowed to conduct business again.

The Trump administration may soon claim as much as US$1.7 billion ($2.25 billion) penalty from ZTE as it looks to punish and tighten control over the Chinese telecommunications company before allowing it back into business. The US Commerce Department is also seeking unfettered site visits to ...

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