ZTE can resume business in the US, but the supply ban won't be lifted until the Chinese vendor pays US$1 billion fine and puts another US$400 million in escrow.
ZTE has said that a US ban on the sale of parts and software to the company is unfair and threatens its survival.
A proposed supply ban could mean that the Chinese smartphone maker may not be able to use Android software in its devices.
Australia’s ISPs and device makers set to receive an uncomfortable request - give up user data if asked.
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