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White House Wants To Stop Congress From Killing Trump's ZTE Deal

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Working on behalf of China? According to Reuters, the White House will attempt to derail Congress’ efforts to block Trumps ZTE deal.

ZTE is China’s No 2 Telecommunications equipment maker. The U.S.

banned the company from doing business with American suppliers … … over concerns of National Security and trading with Iran and North Korea. As a result, ZTE shares dropped sharply in value.

Now, the White House wants to reverse that with a deal. Why, what’s changed?.

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