The US has filed a complaint against two Chinese shell companies it accuses of helping China’s ZTE Corporation sell US technology to North Korea in violation of US sanctions

US prosecutors are now seeking to forfeit nearly US$1 million from Ryer International and Rensy International, the firms that allegedly acted as intermediaries for ZTE’s exports of US-origin goods to North Korea.

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