ZTE CORPORATION (ZTCOY)

5.55
0.03 0.54
OTC
Prev Close 5.58
Open 5.64
Day Low/High 5.50 / 5.64
52 Wk Low/High 2.75 / 6.86
Volume 5.45K
Exchange OTC
Shares Outstanding 755.50B
Market Cap 2.33B
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
What Firms Are in the Line of Fire as the U.S. Attacks China On Aluminum?

What Firms Are in the Line of Fire as the U.S. Attacks China On Aluminum?

The United States risks kicking off a trade war with China over its decision to initiate a "dumping" claim against Chinese aluminum producers without the industry asking it to do so.

China's ZTE Making Its Mark in U.S. Smartphone Business

China's ZTE Making Its Mark in U.S. Smartphone Business

Shipments to the U.S. increased 36% in the second quarter.

Commerce Department Takes China's ZTE Off Trade Blacklist

Commerce Department Takes China's ZTE Off Trade Blacklist

ZTE admitted that it violated sanctions on Iran.

China Set to Lead the World in Intellectual Property

China Set to Lead the World in Intellectual Property

China will lead the world in terms of patents filed within two years, ending the four-decade-long run of the United States.

How to Play a U.S. Trade War With China

How to Play a U.S. Trade War With China

China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.

How to Play a Trade War Between the United States and China

How to Play a Trade War Between the United States and China

China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.

Here Are 2 Red-Hot Tech Stocks to Buy Now

Here Are 2 Red-Hot Tech Stocks to Buy Now

These fast-rising tech stars stand out for their innovation and market-beating growth potential.

Pepsi's Smartphone in China: Why it Won’t Totally Fizzle

Pepsi's Smartphone in China: Why it Won’t Totally Fizzle

The soft drink icon is following Snoopy and Hello Kitty in a branding gambit that could raise its food and beverage sales in a large but increasingly competitive market.

Beijing Pushes Hard to Reverse Image of 'Made in China'

Beijing Pushes Hard to Reverse Image of 'Made in China'

China's president has been traveling the world to promote not just Chinese products but Chinese-run factories and big construction projects.

China's Economy -- and Stocks -- Face 'Mediocre Muddling Through'

China's Economy -- and Stocks -- Face 'Mediocre Muddling Through'

China expects its economy to grow 6.5% annually over the next five years, which means Chinese companies will probably have to depend more on business outside its borders.

China Expands Abroad to Spur Economic Growth at Home

China Expands Abroad to Spur Economic Growth at Home

China's expansion of construction projects in other countries comes as it makes the transition from being an industrial powerhouse to a more consumer-oriented domestic economy.

How a Smartphone Superstar Lost Power

How a Smartphone Superstar Lost Power

Competition and lack of marketing have hobbled the Taiwanese handset maker that once staked a 10.7% world smartphone market share.

Apple iPhone Faces Tough Battle to Regain Top Spot in China

Apple iPhone Faces Tough Battle to Regain Top Spot in China

Chinese-brand smartphones sell for less than half the price but without the perception of quality and social status associated with Apple.

Chinese Companies May Struggle After Massive Stock Market Losses

Chinese Companies May Struggle After Massive Stock Market Losses

A renewed struggle for China’s smaller companies could jeopardize the income of the same firms listed in the United States.

Smartphones: The race to the bottom

Smartphones: The race to the bottom

Smartphone growth is slowing as action shifts to emerging markets.

Will Vringo (VRNG) Stock Be Impacted By Court Decision?

Will Vringo (VRNG) Stock Be Impacted By Court Decision?

A court in Rio de Janeiro upheld Vringo's (VRNG) request for an injunction against ZTE (ZTCOY) after accusing the company of infringing on one of its patents.

Chinese Brands Creep Up the World Smartphone Charts

Chinese Brands Creep Up the World Smartphone Charts

Chinese smartphone brands have gained market share overseas through a combination of 'good-enough' quality and competitive pricing.

Four Obstacles in Selling Foreign Brands to China

Four Obstacles in Selling Foreign Brands to China

Consumers in China buy according to a peculiar set of habits formed by a history of struggle and red lights on the slow road toward modernization.