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Senator Rubio Calls for Departments of Commerce and Justice To "Take All Appropriate Measures against ZTE to Ensure it Cannot Pose a Threat to Americans"
Last week, a U.S. district court judge in Texas ruled that Chinese telecommunications company ZTE committed visa fraud, but he decided not to revoke ZTE's probation for violating sanctions on Iran or to resentence ZTE. Senator Marco Rubio has now weighed in on the issue by calling for tough
A group of telecommunications companies is making the case that more money is needed to rip and replace Huawei and ZTE equipment.
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) released a study on “Patenting Activity among 5G Technology Developers.” One key takeaway is that "[t]he findings of the report call into question claims that any single firm or country is 'winning' the 5G technology race."
After the U.S. House of Representatives passed similar legislation on October 20, yesterday the Senate passed its own version of a law designed to tighten existing restrictions on products from companies on the "Covered List" maintained by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Companies currently on the list are: Huawei,
At the March 31 and April 1 meeting of the WTO's Council for Trade in Goods, for which minutes have just recently been circulated by the WTO, China raised an issue related to "concerns over Sweden's measure prohibiting China's companies from participating in Sweden's 5G construction," under which Huawei and
Congress Considers Legislation To Push Back Against Chinese Telecoms Equipment in Central/Eastern Europe
Both the U.S. Senate and House are considering legislation that attempts to push Central and Eastern European countries away from using Chinese telecoms equipment such as that of Huawei or ZTE. The Senate bill was just recently introduced; the House bill was introduced in May and could undergo a