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US throws ZTE a lifeline

It looks like ZTE’s kowtowing to US regulatory authorities is paying dividends, as it has been granted permission to conduct some limited business activities there.

Supreme Court ruling threatens tax raid on eCommerce

A ruling in the US Supreme Court may force internet based businesses to collect sales tax in States where the company does not have a physical presence, killing off any advantage which may exist over brick-and-mortar businesses.

US/China trade war back on track

Just as President Trump is buddying up with North Korea, the US relationship with China is about to tank again. On July 6 the US will officially introduce tariffs on Chinese goods entering the country.

US Congress asks Pai why he keeps ignoring its letters

The House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, one of the illustrious commissions of the US Congress, has written to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai asking why he is continuing to ignore communications from elected representatives.

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