As ZTE struggles to stay afloat, don’t expect its patent portfolio to hit the open market 11 May 18
Several weeks into the ZTE crisis, it is becoming clear that the sanctions imposed on the firm by the US government really do constitute an existential threat. But even if the company does end up shuttering or selling off major parts of its operating business, I don’t think we’ll see its considerable IP portfolio hit the open market.
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