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Marco Rubio 7h
We have introduced a new bipartisan Senate bill to reimpose sanctions on . We should not allow the opportunity to use its telecommunication companies to spy on the U.S. & steal our intellectual property.
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Senator Rubio Press 6h
We must continue to confront ZTE’s real risks to our economy and national security. My new bill, the will enforce deal with and put it out of business if it does not hold up its end of the bargain.
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Global Times Sep 16
India’s ban on , to ‘please US’ will be opposed by local telecoms operators: experts
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SCMP News 3h
US Senate bill would reinstate ban on if it violates deal by
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MassPoint Legal and Strategy Advisory PLLC 51m
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U.S. senators introduce legislation to (1) reimpose harsh penalties on if it fails to comply with Commerce Dept. agreement and (2) require Commerce to report to Congress every 90 days on ZTE's compliance.
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Farhad Alavi 18m
I regularly advise clients seeking removal from the BIS and 's case highlights potential challenges: U.S. senators seek 'painful' punishment if China's ZTE violates deal
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dan holler 10h
busy morning already --> exclusive: introduces bipartisan enforcement bill along with , &
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EconomicTimes 12h
. is reworking commercial pacts with , , and to reduce the number of equipment partners down to just one per circle from as many as three now
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Global Times 15h
Currently, some politics factors have greatly hindered a fast rollout of the new technology, as well as the sound and sustainable development of global mobile industry, for example, the case,” a executive told the Global Times at 2018 Summer on Tuesday.
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Krishna Kant Sharma Sep 17
Excellent decision on keeping and out of the trials for India's 5G network ! Enough of Chinese spying & spoofing. This is a commendable step in preserving national security.
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/LEAKS 12h
- - ZTE Nubia Z18S hand on again by Vuckun
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Muntazir Abbas 19h
Tough time ahead for , in | Vodafone-Idea reworking network contracts with gear makers; big blow to Huawei, ZTE likely
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Paul Denys Sep 10
He's just as much a globalist as others, the political spin is anti globalist. Hence the sanctions which he magically wanted to do away with once he got what he wanted. Not seeing his personal agenda means you have blinders on and only choose to see what you want to see.
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Mary🐝Bee 22h
Wonder if Speaker-of-The-House-Grabber Arroyo remembers her corruption days when she awarded a US$329 million construction contract to Chinese telecommunications firm for the proposed government-managed National Broadband Network (NBN)?
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Edward Graham 6h
If violates any of the conditions it agreed to with or violates U.S. export controls and/or sanctions laws, then the bill would mandate that the original ban/punishment against the company be reinstated.
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Edward Graham 6h
Bipartisan group of Sens ( ) intro'd bill to fully enforce compliance w/ deal to lift US ban on the company. Many sens (in particular Rubio) blasted decision to lift the ban on ZTE
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Gregg Grosshans Sep 14
: More Connections, More Concerns Think worries, Technologies, Corp... . Image the potential if a State had a backdoor into many communication devices in another State and the countries went to war...
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Takes On Tech 2h
Congress Wants To Hit Hard If It Violates The Law Again
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Jodi Xu Klein 3h
LATEST STORY -- US wants to reinstate ’s ban if it breaks ’s deal via
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Fabian A. Jahn 2h
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