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US eases restrictions on ZTE in interim order valid til August

Wednesday 4 July 2018 | 09:42 CET | News
The US Department of Commerce has eased come of the restrictions on ZTE operating in the US. In a temporary order valid until 01 August, the government agency said ZTE would be allowed to provide support and security updates for its existing equipment and devices in use. 

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Companies: ZTE
Countries: United States / World
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