ZTE Found Guilty of Violating 2017 Probation
A judge this week says ZTE violated the terms of the probation imposed on the company in March 2017, when it admitted to illegally shipping technology to Iran. ZTE settled with the government then and agreed to a probationary period through 2020. The judge now says ZTE violated its probation when it made false statements to the U.S. concerning disciplinary actions it was supposed to take against its managers. This same action caused ZTE to run afoul of the Commerce Department, which in April banned ZTE from using U.S. parts and software. That ban was lifted in July after ZTE paid a $1 billion fine, put $400 million more into escrow, and fired dozens of managers. U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade extended the term of a U.S.-appointed monitor two more years, through 2022, for violating its probation. A separate monitor from the Commerce Department will oversee ZTE's importing and exporting activities for a period of 10 years.
Apr 16, 2018
ZTE is not allowed to export sensitive technology from the U.S. due to new action from the U.S.
May 4, 2018
China hopes he U.S. will have a change of heart and alter the seven-year ban it imposed against ZTE.
Apr 25, 2018
Huawei's survival in America is facing a new threat: a criminal investigation over whether or not it violated sanctions preventing the sale or export of select goods to Iran. The U.S.
Mar 7, 2017
ZTE today said it has agreed to pay the U.S. government significant financial penalties for exporting technology to Iran in violation of sanctions against the country.
Apr 20, 2018
ZTE today said the ban issued by the Commerce Department is unfair and overly severe in what mark its first public comments since the ban was announced. "The Denial Order will not only severely impact the survival and development of ZTE, but will also cause damages to all partners of ZTE including a large number of U.S.