U.S. companies can sell non-blacklisted items to Huawei: U.S. Commerce Department

According to the U.S. Commerce Department, general merchandise with no “national security influences or consequences” can be sold to Huawei, which continues to remain in the Entity List. In a significant development, the U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross stated, the U.S. government will issue licenses to companies seeking to sell goods to China’s Huawei where…

Inventory pileup adds pressure on German chipmaker Infineon Technologies AG’s margins

Given that Infineon’s high-performance power chips have an ubiquitous usage, the chipmaker has a bright future despite small road bumps. On Tuesday, German chipmaker Infineon Technologies AG stated, a slump in demand which had led to increased inventory levels is likely to plateau only this summer; this means that till then its profit margins will…

ZTE’s controlling shareholders plan on selling upto 3% shares

Chinese telecom company ZTE Corp had been subject to U.S. sanctions. Its controlling state-owned controlling shareholder Zhongxingxin Telecom plan on selling as much as 2% of its shares once the stock has doubled its value. According to regulatory filing, the controlling stakeholders of China’s ZTE Corp’s plan to slash their stake, by as much as…

Japanese carmaker Subaru to recall 2.3 million vehicles globally

The comparatively tiny Japanese automaker is facing a series of quality assurance related issues over rapid expansion in the U.S. In a significant development, Japan’s Subaru Corp stated it plans on recalling nearly 2.3 million vehicles globally over an issue with brake lights. This will be the automaker’s biggest-ever recall as it struggles with a…