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China's ZTE is alive, escaping what once looked like a death sentence for repeatedly violating U.S. sanctions and being seen as a threat to national security.
The details: The deal requires a $1 billion fine for ZTE, plus $400 million in escrow to cover any future violations. ZTE will also have to "retain a team of special compliance coordinators" who answer to the U.S., and change its top leadership.
The big picture: Trump's broad tariffs against Chinese goods concern Beijing, but the Commerce Department going after ZTE — a state-owned enterprise in a strategic sector — hit a sore spot for the Communist Party.
Why it matters: China's successful negotiation to save the company could embolden it to try the same for Huawei, Axios' Erica Pandey emails.
What they're saying:
What's next: A bipartisan hoard of senators have introduced legislation to reverse the ZTE deal.
Be smart: China has the leverage to take on the U.S., and it's smart enough to use it when it matters — as was the case with ZTE.
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Mexico … just across the U.S. border south of San Diego. Photo: Elliot Spagat/AP
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