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ZTE Has Signed An Agreement With The US, But Challenges Still Lie Ahead

2 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

ZTE has had a rough few months in the US, essentially being tossed out of the US over its violation of sanctions with Iran and North Korea. Now the company has reportedly signed a deal with the US to open its US business once again. But that doesn't mean that ZTE is going to be back in the good graces of the US nor consumers. There are still plenty of challenges that lie ahead for the company.
In order to clear its path back to the US, ZTE has fixed its failures to meet conditions that were set by the Commerce Department under a settlement of a probe into the company's violation of US...
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