US media: the US Department of Commerce approved ZTEs request to allow more evidence.

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 US media: the US Department of Commerce approved ZTEs request to allow more evidence.


The Wall Street Journal reported on April 20th that ZTE will have the opportunity to submit more evidence to the US Department of Commerce. Prior to the end of the investigation, the industry and Security Bureau of the United States Department of commerce is insisting on the harshest sanctions on the company and is extremely unfair to ZTE communications. in the morning of April 20th, the Zte Corp first responded to the U.S. killing order, which would not only seriously jeopardize the companys survival. Injuries include the interests of all partners, including a large number of American businesses. The US ban on ZTE is widely regarded as a sword for Chinas high-tech industry. But it is clear that the sword is double-edged, and it will also face Chinas counterattack. The The Associated Press, the CNN, the New York Times, as well as the big media in the United States and the west, such as Agence France-Presse and New York Times, were the first to report ZTEs statement that did not accept American sanctions. Reuters said that the dispute was widely watched because of its sensitive period. The US ban on ZTE exacerbated trade tensions between China and the United States and increased fears of a full-scale trade war between the two countries. In China, the ban on ZTE has aroused patriotism in social media, and most of the domestic media and Internet users blamed the hassle of ZTE on the core technology that was heavily dependent on foreign countries, calling on the government to increase its support for the semiconductor and chip industries. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Xu Meng _NN7485 Prior to the end of the investigation, the industry and Security Bureau of the United States Department of commerce is insisting on the harshest sanctions on the company and is extremely unfair to ZTE communications. in the morning of April 20th, the Zte Corp first responded to the U.S. killing order, which would not only seriously jeopardize the companys survival. Injuries include the interests of all partners, including a large number of American businesses. The US ban on ZTE is widely regarded as a sword for Chinas high-tech industry. But it is clear that the sword is double-edged, and it will also face Chinas counterattack. The The Associated Press, the CNN, the New York Times, as well as the big media in the United States and the west, such as Agence France-Presse and New York Times, were the first to report ZTEs statement that did not accept American sanctions. Reuters said that the dispute was widely watched because of its sensitive period. The US ban on ZTE exacerbated trade tensions between China and the United States and increased fears of a full-scale trade war between the two countries. In China, the ban on ZTE has aroused patriotism in social media, and most of the domestic media and Internet users blamed the hassle of ZTE on the core technology that was heavily dependent on foreign countries, calling on the government to increase its support for the semiconductor and chip industries.