ZTE ban lifted as China ponders next trade war move
Reuters Studio - July 12, 2018
Hong Kong shares of ZTE Corp have surged nearly 24 percent after China's No.
2 telecommunications equipment maker cleared the last hurdle to lifting a U.S. ban on component supplies.
As Thuy Ong reports, it comes as China said foreign firms operating in China would suffer in a trade war, urging U.S.
companies to lobby their government to protect their interests.
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