The US has slapped a near-total export ban on Chinese telecom giant ZTE for engaging in illicit business with Iran. It is unclear whether the company is guilty, but the Chinese government is in opposition to the punishment, which could not only cripple ZTE’s global profits but also affect other Chinese businesses. Is the decision political? And if the company is indeed guilty, is the ban fair? How severe is the potential economic impact, and does it set a precedent for the future? Join us for an in-depth discussion with Liu Baocheng from the University of International Business and Economics, and Robert Koepp, Director of the Economist Corporate Network.
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