Among the big changes up top is new CEO Xu Ziyang, who formerly headed up the company's operations in Germany.
USA authorities are allowing China's ZTE Corp.to resume some business with American companies, temporarily easing a ban imposed over the telecom giant's export of sensitive technology to Iran and North Korea.
The new management appointments come after ZTE last week elected a new board led by 54-year-old Li Zixue as chairman to replace a 14-person board led by Yin Yimin.
The company also named a new chief technology officer and a new head of human resources, WSJ said.
ZTE didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. He was most recently an executive in the company's core network product line, the company said. To comply with the U.S. deal, the company was required to reprimand 35 high-ranked officers, including a total overhaul of the board of directors.
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In addition to the leadership purge, ZTE is required to pay a $1 billion fine, place $400 million in escrow and submit to an outside monitor as part of its deal with the Commerce Department.
The move came after President TrumpDonald John TrumpChelsea Handler issues July 4 apology to world: "We're sorry about our president" USA pork producers prepare for steep tariffs: "I don't want to be the patriot who dies at the end of the war" ACLU membership grew from 400,000 to 1.84 million after Trump was elected: report MORE offered assistance to Chinese President Xi Jinping to revive the dying company.
The Commerce Department's temporary reprieve for ZTE is set to run from July 2 through August 1, media reported on July 4.
The Trump administration is already easing some restrictions on ZTE.