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Is ZTE's choosy strategy working?

17 April 2014 Last updated at 00:54 BST

In China, a big jump in first quarter profits is expected for ZTE, one of the world's largest technology companies.

The Hong Kong-listed maker of mobile phones and telecommunications equipment has recently changed its business strategy, after posting a big loss in 2012.

One change the company made was to pass over investing in areas where returns weren't likely to be high.

These results will shine a light on which elements of the business plan are doing best.

The BBC's Hong Kong Correspondent, Juliana Liu, reports.

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