Apr 26, 2018 06:57 PM

Chart: China’s Love-Hate Relationship With Fintech

The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday announced punitive sanctions against ZTE Corp., in the latest twist of a story that dates back for six years. The case began in 2012 when Washington began probing ZTE over allegations that it sold networking equipment containing U.S.-made parts to Iran in violation of U.S. sanctions at that time.

ZTE later reached a settlement in the matter, allowing it to avoid a Washington order that would have barred it from buying U.S.-made components for seven years. But Washington later determined the company hadn’t fully complied with the settlement by failing to discipline certain employees, and reactivated the original ban earlier this week.


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