"Too many jobs in China lost. Commerce Department has been instructed to get it done!" he added.
ZTE, one of the world's largest telecom equipment makers, was forced to suspend its main operations worldwide after the US Commerce Department prohibited American companies from exporting products to it in mid-April.
Following the exports ban, ZTE said it was making active communications with relevant parties to seek a solution to the issue and stressed that it attached significant importance to export control compliance.
The Chinese public and government are greatly concerned about the fate of the company, which has nearly 80,000 employees across the globe.
The incident also triggered in China extensive discussions about the necessity and urgency to develop a reliable domestic chip industry.
The ZTE ban is also expected to cause sizable losses for the companies' key American suppliers in both revenues and jobs.
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