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US Commerce Secretary pledges 'very prompt' action on ZTE case

Tuesday 15 May 2018 | 09:42 CET | News
The US Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross said his department is considering alternative punishments for ZTE, to ease the impact of the earlier imposed seven-year ban on the company working with US suppliers. Speaking at the National Press Club, Ross said the Commerce Department would consider the question of easing ZTE penalties "very, very promptly", the Wall Street Journal reports.

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