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Jeff Yee
The problem is that people want a bigger screen but they still want something portable. Phones are trending bigger. We probably sell more 6-inch phones then anyone else, but you go beyond 6-inch and people stop buying them.feedback
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Oct 17 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about ZTE. 20 people are quoted and you can read 36 citations of them about ZTE. Jeff Yee, Zhao Xianming, Douglas Jacobson and Wilbur Ross, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Jeff Yee said: “We were challenged by Docomo to come up with something new and innovative and different. AT&T also approached us about its close relationship with Dish TV. They asked if we could come up with a phone that would be more focused on entertainment.”.
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Zhao Xianming - ZTE Corporation

ZTE has created strong partnerships with many U.S. suppliers that support nearly 130,000 high-tech jobs.feedback

Jeff Sessions

ZTE Corporation not only violated export controls that keep sensitive American technology out of the hands of hostile regimes like Iran's, they lied ... about their illegal acts.feedback

Douglas Hassebrock

Despite ZTE's repeated attempts to thwart the investigation, the dogged determination of investigators uncovered damning evidence.feedback

Eric Hirschhorn

If the suspension is removed, they'll probably be put out of business.feedback

Zhao Xianming - ZTE Corporation

ZTE acknowledges the mistakes it made, takes responsibility for them, and remains committed to positive change in the company. Instituting new compliance-focused procedures and making significant personnel changes has been a top priority for the company. We have learned many lessons from this experience and will continue on our path of becoming a model for export compliance and management excellence. We are committed to a new ZTE, compliant, healthy and trustworthy.feedback

Wilbur Ross

Those who flout our economic sanctions and export control laws will not go unpunished. They will suffer the harshest of consequences.feedback

Wilbur Ross

Those who flout our economic sanctions and export controls will not go unpunished.feedback

Amanda DeBusk

It's a big deal – it sends a really strong message. The U.S. isn't going to be shy about going after companies connected to the Chinese government.feedback

Wilbur Ross

You're going to see a lot more out of us on enforcement. I think it's ridiculous to go to all the trouble to bring a trade case, win it and then not enforce it against the other party. We will be a very strong enforcer of it.feedback

Jeff Sessions

ZTE Corporation not only violated export controls that keep sensitive American technology out of the hands of hostile regimes like Iran's - they lied to federal investigators and even deceived their own counsel and internal investigators about their illegal acts. This plea agreement holds them accountable, and makes clear that our government will use every tool we have to punish companies who would violate our laws, obstruct justice and jeopardise our national security.feedback

Douglas Jacobson

In fact, a company that has faced the type of scrutiny that ZTE has ... actually gives U.S. suppliers and customers a greater degree of comfort that they will be a compliant company in the future.feedback

Douglas Jacobson

It indicates the final settlement is imminent or is just a stopgap to give the new administration time to decide how they want to proceed.feedback

Ricky Lai

ZTE's smartphone business has declined by double digits while the worldwide smartphone market has grown 1 percent in terms of shipments according to IDC. Telecoms capital spending will pick up around 2018 for 5G, but will not be as big as for 4G as they do not need to spend as much on infrastructure, only having to upgrade the base stations.feedback

Zhao Xianming - ZTE Corporation

The Company will continue to maintain cooperation with relevant U.S. government authorities and actively liaise with them to reach a final solution, and will strictly comply with U.S. laws and regulations relating to export restrictions.feedback

Ricky Lai

ZTE's handset business is also facing strong competition that makes it difficult for it to improve its market share that is small at the moment.feedback

C. A. Ruppersberger - ZTE Corporation

I basically said 'you are a Communist Chinese company, the way I see it whether your government tells you you have to do something – you have to do it, . Now they have trade violations with Iran. There's an example of why I don't want to do commerce with China when it involves national security.feedback

Douglas Jacobson

It is going to have a large ripple effect. It's very significant to many companies both in the U.S. and (outside the) U.S.feedback

Hong Lei

China is opposed to the U.S. citing domestic laws to place sanctions on Chinese enterprises. We hope the U.S. stops this erroneous action and avoids damaging Sino-U.S. trade cooperation and bilateral relations.feedback

Adam Schiff

We hope this sends a strong message to ZTE, to China, and to other Chinese telecommunications companies who present serious national security risks not only by evading export controls, but by purposefully compromising supply chain security.feedback

Cynthia Meng - Jefferies

We believe the restrictions, if implemented, will cause significant supply problems to ZTE.feedback

Neil Mawston - Strategy Analytics

Apple and Samsung are still in the lead but we are seeing more competition from the Chinese brands like Huawei, like ZTE, like TCL Alcatel – and competition is getting extremely tough.feedback

Nicole Scott

Everybody is launching a mid-range phone, because it is all about pricing. And we are definitely seeing that at the Sony launch, with the launch of the Xperia X, which is a mid-range phone. But Sony is doing it with their own style, it looks good, everything feels high-end, but the specifications are quite budget. And that is definitely in competition to what we see from the Chinese manufacturers.feedback

Adam Zeng - ZTE Corporation

We hope that in the next three to five years, ZTE will be among the top three smartphone vendors on selected markets.feedback

Nicole Scott

So we are seeing the impact of the Chinese manufacturers here at Mobile World Congress.feedback

Kang Rongping

In recent years, ZTE hasn't been doing too well, so adding these export restrictions is making a bad situation worse.feedback

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