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000063.SZ on Shenzhen Stock Exchange

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Sat, May 13 2017

Forthnet teams up with Chinese firms to fund Greek telecoms network

ATHENS, May 13 Greek telecoms company Forthnet and Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE Corp have teamed up with two other Chinese firms to finance a fibre optic network in Greece, Forthnet said on Saturday.

BRIEF-Netgem: Software agreement between ZTE and Netgem - partnership initiates in Mexico with TotalPlay

* Software agreement between ZTE and Netgem - partnership initiates in Mexico with TotalPlay

BRIEF-ZTE's trading in A-shares to resume after board approves stock incentive plan

* Says trading in A-shares to resume on April 25 after board approves stock incentive plan

China's ZTE appoints U.S. head Cheng as new mobile business chief

HONG KONG China's ZTE Corp has picked the head of its U.S. business to lead its mobile phone business globally, the latest management appointment after it settled a U.S. government probe and agreed to pay a record penalty of nearly $900 million.

China's ZTE appoints U.S. head Cheng as new mobile business chief

HONG KONG, April 19 China's ZTE Corp has picked the head of its U.S. business to lead its mobile phone business globally, the latest management appointment after it settled a U.S. government probe and agreed to pay a record penalty of nearly $900 million.

BRIEF-ZTE's trading in A-shares to halt from April 20 pending announcement

* Says trading in A-shares to halt from April 20 pending announcement related to stock incentive plan

BRIEF-ZTE's Q1 net profit up, plans industry fund with partners

* Says Q1 net profit up 27.8 percent y/y at 1.2 billion yuan ($174.26 million)

BRIEF-ZTE executive vice president resigns due to personal reasons

* Says Executive Vice President Zeng Xuezhong resigns due to personal reasons

China telecom firm ZTE removed from U.S. trade blacklist

WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Commerce will remove Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE Corp from a trade blacklist on Wednesday after the company pleaded guilty to violating sanctions on Iran and agreed to pay nearly $900 million, the agency said in a notice.

BRIEF-ZTE says Co and ZTE Kangxun Telecom. to be removed from the entity list

* Upon recommendation by BIS, co and ZTE Kangxun Telecommunications will be removed from the entity list on 29 march

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