• House Panel Approves Anti-ZTE Amendment In Spite Of Trump

    5 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    The House Appropriations Committee on Thursday unanimously passed an amendment meant to prevent President Trump's attempt to offer a lifeline to Chinese technology company ZTE, with the move being proposed by Democrats Dutch Ruppersberger and Rosa DeLauro. The amendment will be part of the Fiscal Year 2019 Commerce, Justice and Science Appropriations Bill which will be reviewed by the entire House of Representatives next month.
    President Trump faced criticism from both his political opponents and own party following his decision to attempt helping ZTE get “back into business,” as he put it...
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  • Donald Trump's defense of ZTE dismissed by the House committee

    Donald Trump's defense of ZTE dismissed by the House committee

    5 monthes ago - By GSMArena

    Earlier this month, news broke about ZTE is ceasing its main operations due to the US-imposed ban restricting companies from selling US-made hardware to the Chinese company.
    Later on, Donald Trump chipped in, saying that he is working closely with the Chinese government to bring ZTE back on track but unfortunately, the House Appropriations Committee rejected the president's appeal. The amendment's author, Dutch Ruppersberger, said that the company has ignored embargoes by selling equipment to North Korea and Iran.
    President Xi of China, and I, are working together to give...
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  • House Committee Votes to Keep ZTE Ban In Place

    5 monthes ago - By Phone Scoop

    The House Appropriations Committee this week voted on an amendment that upholds the Commerce Department's sanctions against ZTE. Specifically, the amendment prevents the U.S. Commerce Department from renegotiating its sanctions against ZTE in order to prevent ZTE from gaining access to hardware and software from its U.S. suppliers. The Commerce Department slapped ZTE with the ban last month after it discovered that ZTE misrepresented the actions it took in a 2017 settlement. Over the weekend, President Donald Trump surprisingly tweeted in support of ZTE, suggesting the Commerce Department...
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