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ZTE to participate in US hearing

(China Daily)

09:18, September 01, 2012

(Photo/China Daily)

ZTE Corp said it would participate in a planned US congressional hearing next month to testify that it doesn’t pose a security threat to the country.

The company is the world’s fourth-biggest mobile phone maker and the fifth-largest telecom gear maker.

In a statement sent to China Daily on Friday, ZTE said that it intends to participate in the upcoming congressional hearing.

The company has submitted a series of detailed factual responses to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence as part of its continuing voluntary cooperation with the committee, it said.

ZTE also said it is the most independent, transparent, and globally focused publicly traded company in China's telecom sector.

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