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Chinese telecom giant ZTE has pleaded guilty in a US court to violating US export controls by selling goods to Iran and North Korea over several years.
The telecom equipment maker may be on the hook for as much as $1.2 billion for violating sanctions against Iran.
BMO Capital’s Tim Long today weighs in with some thoughts of concern for investors in telecom names such as Ericsson (ERIC) and Nokia (NOK), and also fiber optic stocks such as FInisar (FNSR) and Ciena (CIEN). Long looks over the annual...Show More Summary
This week’s sanctioning of one of China’s largest telecom equipment manufacturers, ZTE, by the U.S. Commerce Department, and an investigation of Huawei, ZTE’s foremost Chinese competitor, could not have come at a more auspicious moment...Show More Summary
(Reuters) – Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE Corp has agreed to plead guilty and pay nearly $900 million in a U.S. sanctions case, drawing a line under a damaging scandal that had threatened its cut off its supply chain. While the fine was larger than expected, ZTE, also a major smartphone maker, reported robust underlying […]
The US government has slapped $1.2 billion in fines on Chinese telecom giant ZTE for violations of US export controls for selling goods to Iran and North Korea, officials announced Tuesday. It is the largest criminal penalty in US history in an export control case, government officials said. Show More Summary
In Wilbur Ross' first public announcement, the former hedge fund manger and current Trump commerce secretary announced that China's telecommunications giant ZTE has agreed to pay a total of $1.2 billion in penalties and plead guilty to violating U.S. Show More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Wednesday defended the deportation of Taiwan citizens involved in overseas telecom fraud cases to China as having won widespread international approval, after Taiwan protested against Spain's decision to deport around 200.
Taiwan's foreign ministry has protested Spain's decision to deport more than 200 Taiwanese telecom fraud suspects to China, in the latest instance of a government moving to deport citizens of … Click to Continue »
Samsung isn’t the only major phone maker who won’t be announcing a new device at Mobile World Congress, the telecom industry’s largest event, next month. China’s Xiaomi will skip the event entirely, a spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch. The move is an unexpected one since it was widely assumed Xiaomi would attend. Barcelona-based Mobile World Congress is one of… Read More
Chinese telecom giant and smartphone maker Huawei this afternoon said its “Mate 9” smartphone, introduced this fall, will go on sale in the U.S. starting tomorrow for $599.99, available through Amazon.com and other online outfits. This is the first time Huawei’s flagship phone has been made generally available in the U.S., said Richard […]
Last week, in a largely "under the radar" event, one of China's wealthiest billionaires (if only on paper), Wu Ruilin, chairman of the Guangdong based telecom company Cosun Group, and whose personal fortune of 98.2 billion yuan ($14Show More Summary
December 22, 2013: After months of false starts, Apple finally announces it has secured a deal with China Mobile to bring the iPhone to the world’s largest telecom company. With 760 million potential iPhone customers in the offing, the...Show More Summary
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TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Taiwan has expressed its "stern opposition" to Malaysia's deportation of 21 Taiwanese suspected of multi-million dollar telecoms fraud to China, the latest example of a problem that has strained cross-Strait ties.
Already one of the world’s top three makers of telecom networking gear and smartphones, China’s technology giant looks to take on Western heavyweights in the market for cloud-computing equipment.
Media are fawning on Chinese Internet sensation Tencent, which has just edged past telecoms giant China Mobile to become the nation's most valuable publicly traded company. Such a feat would have been unthinkable a decade ago, when the nation's private sector was still in its infancy and state-run monoliths like [...]
China Telecom, the state owned fixed-line operator, has released its latest five-year plan detailing the company’s move into emerging markets. The change comes as China Mobile, the state owned mobile operator, starts to encroach on China Telecom’s business. Show More Summary
NAIROBI/TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan said on Monday it had lodged a complaint with Kenya over the deportation of five of its nationals to China after a court acquitted them of charges of running illegal telecoms operations.