ZTE denies receiving illegal subsidies, price dumping

Wednesday 22 May 2013 | 10:29 CET | News
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ZTE said it has not received any notice from the European Union over a possible trade investigation into ZTE and its Chinese counterpart Huawei. The statement follows an announcement from the European Commission trade department that it has received permission to investigate possible price-dumping and illegal state subsidies to the Chinese network equipment makers. The investigation has not yet started, as the EU attempts to resolve the issue through negotiations with China. ZTE said it is "committed to transparent operations and being in full conformity with trading regulations of the World

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Categories: General
Companies: European Commission / Huawei China / ZTE Belgium
Countries: China / Europe
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