Despite recent media speculation on possible trade action against ZTE and Huawei by the European Union, ZTE wishes to clarify that the company has not been notified by any authority on this. As a public company listed on both the Hong Kong and Shenzhen stock exchanges, ZTE is committed to transparent operations and being in full conformity with trading regulations of the World Trade Organization and local markets.
ZTE’s success in the international telecommunications market is built on the company’s innovative design, quality service and ability to customize products for clients at short notice. ZTE receives no illegal or hidden subsidies, and does not dump products in any market where the company operates. ZTE will continue to grow its investment in Europe, as the region is a key strategic overseas market for the company.
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