Republican senators move to block Trump’s deal to revive ZTE

Enlarge / Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton is a leading opponent of Trump's ZTE bill. (credit: Pete Marovich/Getty Images) Last week the Trump administration announced a deal to lift a ban on US companies exporting technology to Chinese smartphone maker ZTE. ZTE has been largely shut down since the ban was announced last month, because the company depends heavily on Qualcomm chips, Google's software, and other US-made components. But now a bipartisan group of US senators is seeking to reverse Trump's decision and re-impose the export ban. The Wall Street Journal reports that the legislators have reached a deal to attach a ZTE export ban to the National Defense Authorization Act, a "must-pass" bill that authorizes funding for the military. Supporters of the amendment include Democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer and at least two Republican Senators—Sen Tom Cotton (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.). In the closely divided Senate, just a…

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