Signage is displayed atop the ZTE Corp. headquarters in Shenzhen, China. The Senate voted Monday to reinstate punitive measures against the Chinese telecom giant. MUST CREDIT : Bloomberg photo by Giulia Marchi Signage is displayed atop the ZTE Corp. headquarters in Shenzhen, China. The Senate voted Monday to reinstate punitive measures against the Chinese telecom giant. MUST CREDIT : Bloomberg photo by Giulia Marchi
Signage is displayed atop the ZTE Corp. headquarters in Shenzhen, China. The Senate voted Monday to reinstate punitive measures against the Chinese telecom giant. MUST CREDIT : Bloomberg photo by Giulia Marchi
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Shareholders question who is to blame for the US ban that led to ZTE stock plunge

ZTE held shareholder meeting to approve a new board, a crucial step in meeting the conditions of a settlement agreement before the US can lift an export ban

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Signage is displayed atop the ZTE Corp. headquarters in Shenzhen, China. The Senate voted Monday to reinstate punitive measures against the Chinese telecom giant. MUST CREDIT : Bloomberg photo by Giulia Marchi Signage is displayed atop the ZTE Corp. headquarters in Shenzhen, China. The Senate voted Monday to reinstate punitive measures against the Chinese telecom giant. MUST CREDIT : Bloomberg photo by Giulia Marchi
Signage is displayed atop the ZTE Corp. headquarters in Shenzhen, China. The Senate voted Monday to reinstate punitive measures against the Chinese telecom giant. MUST CREDIT : Bloomberg photo by Giulia Marchi
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