So ZTE paying a very hefty fine but actually getting a lifeline.
So ZTE looks like it's back from the dead.
The embattled Chinese telecommunications manufacturer ZTE agreed to a settlement that would lift a ban on US companies doing business with it.
ZTE will will $1.7 billion in penalties, the changing fortune appears to related to a fact that, President Trump got involved, so I guess good for him.
If you're a ZTE customer, then the company has gotten a lifeline.
Guess so, I mean are they actually changing anything in how they do business because of it?
Because right now I just print out my web browsing history every month, put it in an envelope, send it right to China.
[LAUGH] I don't know, and I think there are a few more shoes to drop really.
And so definitely keep an eye out on this area.
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