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Mea culpa

6 April 2016 By Robyn Mak

The Chinese tech group has replaced its CEO and two other executives implicated in allegedly busting U.S. trade curbs. That should help to lift penalties that would cripple ZTE’s business. Other punishments may follow, but the existential threat facing the company is fading.

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