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US reportedly working with China on a deal to 'save' ZTE from going out of business

"Lifting these penalties that were instituted after a law enforcement process would undermine the credibility of the United States sanctions", they wrote, saying ZTE has ties to China's military and intelligence and that giving it access to U.S. components and technology is a security risk. That could have had a major impact on the US wireless market, considering companies like Qualcomm derive significant revenues from sales of chipsets and other components to ZTE, and carriers like AT&T sell the company's phones in the prepaid market.

The US Commerce Department imposed the ban in April after it determined that ZTE had broken an agreement after it pleaded guilty to shipping US goods and technology to Iran.

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China's tariffs on cars have long angered President Donald Trump. The disagreements burst into public view on Sunday when Mnuchin's comments about putting tariffs "on hold" were followed up by a statement from Robert Lighthizer, the US Trade Representative, who said the US "may use all of its legal tools to protect our technology through tariffs" and other means.

However, it could be that the position of the company is being used as a bargaining chip in trade talks between the United States and China.

"Making changes to their board and a fine won't stop them from spying and stealing from us".

The two economic powerhouses also reportedly agreed to a broad outline to settle a dispute over Chinese telecom giant ZTE.

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The reprieve for ZTE came just after Washington and Beijing on Saturday called a halt to a spiralling trade dispute sparked by USA accusations of China's unfair trade practices and the alleged theft of U.S. technology, suspending plans to impose tariffs on as much as $150 billion (roughly Rs. 10.2 lakh crores) in Chinese imports.

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"In this latest consultation, both China and the USA demonstrated the responsibility of major stakeholders", Xiaoming stated.

Trump has recently called into question China's commitment to the pressure campaign, writing in a tweet on Monday that "word is that recently the Border has become much more porous and more has been filtering in".

Bloomberg says that there are concerns Huawei may be slammed with a similar ban as ZTE as investigations are now ongoing to know if the Chinese giant has violated sanctions too.

"China has made a fortune", he said of the Asian powerhouse's trade relationship with the United States.

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Chinese officials around the globe are reacting positively to what many are calling a "trade truce" between the US and Beijing.

Or to put it more bluntly, to trim that much from the trade deficit, one of two things would have to happen.

I dont like to talk about deals until theyre done.

"We are working to get the American side to reconsider", said Takehiro Shimada, spokesman for the Japanese embassy in Washington.

And it's not just China that will suffer - if the sanctions remain it will affect the United States companies who work with ZTE, too.

"There's no agreement for a deal", Mr Kudlow said.

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