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US lawmakers want to help rural telecoms replace Huawei, ZTE equipment

Lawmakers introduce legislation to provide US$700 million in grants to help small time telecommunication providers to replace ZTE and Huawei components.

MIT cuts Huawei collaboration over US investigations

Other American universities including UC Berkeley and Stanford University have made similar moves to cut research ties with Huawei following the US indictments.

Huawei says no legal case against Australia, for now

Australia announced contract guidelines in August regarding fifth generation mobile networks in the country which effectively barred Huawei and ZTE.

UK says it can mitigate risk from Huawei in 5G

The chief of Britain's foreign intelligence service says Britain should avoid relying on a monopoly provider of equipment in new 5G mobile networks

Australia’s TPG Telecom dumps Huawei-supplied mobile network citing govt ban

Huawei said TPG's announcement was 'extremely disappointing'.

China calls US warning to Israel on investment ‘ridiculous’

The US has expressed worries about foreign investment in Israel, particularly from China.

US introduces bipartisan bills targeting Huawei, ZTE

The proposed law and investigation are 2 of several challenges that Huawei faces in the US market.

White House considers new year executive order to bar Huawei, ZTE...

The executive order, which has been under consideration for more than eight months, could be issued as early as January.

Samsung’s 5G network grab gets boost with Huawei, ZTE under fire

Samsung singled out 5G as a target for US$22 billion in investments.

China summons US ambassador over Huawei arrest

Huawei has denied any ties to the Beijing, but many in Washington and other Western capitals are sceptical and have raised security concerns.

Japan to ban Huawei, ZTE from govt contracts

The report follows a decision by the United States this year to ban government purchases of Huawei gear.

Trump risks backlash in zeal for deal to end China trade...

Discord has already arisen among Trump’s trade team.

China said to explore mobile-phone carriers megamerger

A merger would also signal that the Chinese government would be willing to sacrifice the benefits of local competition over the speed of 5G adoption by reducing its number of phone operators to two.

China’s Huawei slams Australia 5G mobile network ban as “politically motivated”

The ban signals a hardening of Australia's stance toward its biggest trading partner at a time when relations between the two have soured over Canberra's allegations of Chinese meddling in its politics.

Huawei stalks Apple and Samsung

Huawei surpassed Apple to become the world's number two smartphone maker in Q2 2018 by targeting developing nations with moderately priced yet sophisticated phones.

Ban on US exports to ZTE should be kept in bill,...

The House and Senate are deliberating over whether to reimpose the ban, which China has warned would put ZTE out of business, as part of the annual defence policy bill.

China’s ZTE names new top execs in step towards US ban...

ZTE Corp has appointed a new team of top executives including a CEO to comply with a deal it made with the United States to end a ban on U.S. firms supplying parts to China's second-biggest telecommunications equipment maker.

Embattled ZTE expected to unveil new board in push for US...

The United States in April imposed a seven-year supplier ban on ZTE after it broke an agreement to discipline executives who conspired to evade US sanctions on Iran and North Korea.

Senators cite ZTE progress but no deal after Trump meeting

Trump had agreed to lift crippling US sanctions, which threatened to put China’s second-largest telecom equipment maker out of business, after a personal plea from China’s president, Xi Jinping.

Trump is said to argue ZTE fine, penalties are punishment enough

He hopes to soften a provision in defense policy legislation that would reimpose a ban on ZTE doing business with its US suppliers, a sanction that would essentially close the company.

ZTE plunges as US lawmakers advance in effort to restore ban

The company’s Hong Kong shares slid to their lowest since July 2016, while its Shenzhen stock fell its 10% daily limit on Tuesday.

US Senate passes defense bill, battle looms with Trump over China’s...

The Republican-controlled Senate voted 85-10 for the annual National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA, which authorizes US military spending but is generally used as a vehicle for a broad range of policy matters.

Qualcomm’s NXP deal approved by chinese regulators, SCMP says

Clearance from China would remove the final regulatory hurdle for the purchase, which has been pending for more than 18 months.

Investors wipe USD$3 billion off China’s ZTE market value after US...

China's No. 2 telecommunications equipment maker was crippled when the US imposed a seven-year supplier ban on the company.