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Donald Trump to intensify security review to stop China from acquiring US technologies
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Donald Trump to intensify security review to stop China from acquiring US technologies

US government is using a softer approach than imposing China-specific investment restrictions.

ZTE Corp to deposit $400 mn before the ban on US suppliers is lifted
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ZTE Corp to deposit $400 mn before the ban on US suppliers is lifted

ZTE ceased major operations after the United States imposed the ban in April.

ZTE is seeking for a solution to the US ban on selling it parts and software
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ZTE is seeking for a solution to the US ban on selling it parts and software

US authorities last week banned American companies from sales to ZTE for seven years, saying the Chinese company had broken a settlement agreement.

Consumer activists and tech experts in the US advise to hold off on buying Android handsets from ZTE
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Consumer activists and tech experts in the US advise to hold off on buying Android handsets from ZTE

ZTE phones were available for sale on Thursday through websites of major U.S. carriers and retailers.

Problems seem to worsen for ZTE as regulators propose rules that could cut its sales amidst a supply ban
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Problems seem to worsen for ZTE as regulators propose rules that could cut its sales amidst a supply ban

The US Commerce Department banned American firms on Monday from selling parts and software to ZTE for seven years.

US International Trade Commission gives green light to prepare anti-dumping duties against Bombardier
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US International Trade Commission gives green light to prepare anti-dumping duties against Bombardier

The ITC, as expected, voted to continue an investigation on Boeing Co's complaint that Bombardier dumped its CSeries jet below cost in the US market.

US third-quarter GDP grew 3.6%, but inventories pile up
Economy

US third-quarter GDP grew 3.6%, but inventories pile up

The US economy grew faster than initially estimated in the third quarter but weak demand and a pile-up in business inventories buoyed the case for the Federal Reserve to keep up its bond-buying stimulus for now.

Silicon Valley patent office shelved
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Silicon Valley patent office shelved

Silicon Valley's high tech firms are fighting what they consider a deeply personal federal cut this summer that shelves a planned patent office in this innovation-fueled region...