David Kline has written an article at TechCrunch criticising the deal that appears to be taking shape between the US and Chinese governments that would allow ZTE to stay in business. The thrust of Kline’s argument is that ZTE is such a uniquely bad corporate citizen in the realm of IP that the Trump Administration should not cut any deal with the company without securing some kind of IP-related concessions. It’s an argument that is worth looking at closely.

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