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Mattis, Pompeo meet with Chinese leaders on global hot spots, trying to avoid military...

Trump has slapped tariffs on $250 billion in Chinese products, in a push to narrow the U.S. trade deficit and push back against what the U.S. views as predatory Chinese tactics on the high technology industry. Beijing has retaliated with tariffs on $110 million worth of U.S. goods.

U.S. Weighs Blacklisting Up to Five Chinese Surveillance Firms

The U.S. is considering cutting off the flow of vital American technology to as many as five Chinese companies including Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co.

Can WeChat Thrive in the United States?

Some of America’s most formidable technology companies have headed to China. Once they got there, their superpowers seemed to vanish. Uber, Amazon, and Apple are just a few examples of firms that have been humbled by the Chinese market.

Author Lenora Chu on the pros and cons of China’s “military-like” classrooms

In 2010, Chinese-American journalist Lenora Chu moved with her family to Shanghai where students regularly have some of the top math and reading test...

U.S. May Restrict Chinese Investment in Silicon Valley AI

The United States appears poised to heighten scrutiny of Chinese investment in Silicon Valley to better shield sensitive technologies seen as vital to U.S. national security

How Rich Chinese Parents Get Their Kids Into U.S. Colleges

Last week, the news broke that dozens of wealthy American parents had paid up to $1.2 million apiece in bribes to guarantee their children places at top universities.

Chinese Premier Sends Foxconn a Reminder After Its CEO Visits the White House

Despite the recent rapprochement between U.S. President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping over North Korea issues, China remains a competitor to the United States under Trump's "America first" agenda.

Acting US ambassador to China quit over Trump climate decision

David Rank, the chargé d'affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, has left the State Department over the Trump administration's decision to quit the 2015 Paris agreement to fight climate change, a senior U.S. official said on Monday.

As trade tensions rise, fewer Americans see China favorably, survey shows

Trade disputes — not China’s surging military strength — are the top concern of Americans, a comprehensive annual survey released Wednesday on the public image of China in the United States has shown.

Trump just gave China a ‘sledgehammer’ to smash the LNG monopoly

A deal to open the Chinese market to U.S. liquefied natural gas exports could break Qatar's grip on LNG pricing — even if no...

Tim Cook is losing his Apple bet on China

"Tim Cook and Apple Bet Everything on China. Then Coronavirus Hit." Wall Street Journal reports today that Quarantines, tariffs and slumping sales have caused agitation...

U.S. politicians warn Silicon Valley about doing business with China

A bipartisan group of senators have held classified briefings with intelligence officials and American businesses to warn them about the dangers China presents.