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China is America’s biggest creditor once again

China's vast holdings of U.S. government debt jumped $44 billion to $1.15 trillion in June, according to U.S. Treasury Department data.

US plans new trade remedies against China

The Trump administration is planning trade measures to force Beijing to crack down on intellectual-property theft and ease requirements that American companies share advanced...

US-China trade rifts resurface even after friendly summit

Cake and conversation, it seems, can go only so far to mend longstanding economic rifts between the United States and China. Three months after President...

Apple Opening Data Center in China to Comply With Cybersecurity Law

Apple said Wednesday that it would open its first data center in China, joining a parade of technology companies responding to growing global demands to build facilities that store online data closer to customers.

Converging consumer values in China and the U.S. are creating millennials...

Marketers may need to geo-locate for one-off campaigns, but as technology adoption influences our daily routines, forward-thinking entrepreneurs and investors can look to how generations across geographies are more similar than different for new opportunities.

North Korea and China also interfered in U.S. election, Reince Priebus...

Former CIA Director John Brennan told NBC News’ “Meet the Press” he thought Trump’s entire handling of his Putin sit-down was “dishonorable.”

Trump just helped make China great again

By pulling out of the Paris climate agreement, US president Donald Trump has gifted China with the opportunity of a lifetime: to save the...

China takes delivery of first shipments of American beef in 14...

China let through the first shipments of beef from the United States in 14 years on Friday, after the two nations agreed to resume the trade in May, state media reported.

In spat with Apple, Qualcomm looks to China for new growth

Qualcomm President Derek Aberle is hoping that the entry-level smartphone market in China will help drive growth. Qualcomm may be seeking new areas to sell...

Virginia man charged with giving secret documents to China

A Virginia man caught with $16,500 in cash in his carry-on luggage was charged Thursday with transmitting top-secret documents to an apparent Chinese agent. Kevin...

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US charges Chinese companies with stealing trade secrets

The United States has charged companies in China and Taiwan and three individuals with stealing trade secrets from a US semi-conductor company, the justice department announced on Thursday.

US Navy sends two ships through Taiwan Strait, opposing China

It's the third time this year American vessels entered the strait in a move certain to stoke tensions with China.

China lawyer’s family says US helped them flee

Stuck in a Bangkok jail with a deportation order against her, Chen Guiqiu waited with dread over what seemed certain to come next. A...

Can China and the Internet Save American Small Business?

Last week Jack Ma, the executive chairman of the online-commerce company Alibaba, went to Detroit to convince Americans that China and e-commerce could save...

China’s VIPKID, which links English tutors with online learners raises $500M

That valuation was originally mentioned in reports in April when VIPKID  was still raising the money, and we have now confirmed it with sources close to the company.

Trump ready to ratchet up China trade war with more tariffs: report

U.S. President Donald Trump is prepared to quickly ramp up a trade war with China and has told aides he is ready to impose tariffs on $200 billion more in Chinese imports as soon as a public comment period on the plan ends next week, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday.

Raytheon engineer arrested for taking US missile defense secrets to China

When Wei Sun, a 48-year-old engineer at Raytheon Missile Systems, left for an overseas trip last year, he told the company he planned to bring his company-issued HP EliteBook 840 laptop along.

US uses coronavirus to challenge Chinese Communist party’s grip on power

The escalating row between Washington and Beijing over blame for the coronavirus pandemic is fast becoming a battle over the Chinese Communist party’s legitimacy, raising the stakes in an already fraught relationship. In castigating Beijing for its failure to contain the outbreak, senior Trump administration officials have gone out of their way to portray the crisis as a deadly illustration of the threat that Communist party rule poses the Chinese people – and the world beyond.

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.

Why Tariffs on Chinese Goods Make Sense

The Trump administration has released a list of tariffs on Chinese goods that have benefited from intellectual property theft, totaling $50 billion. The products range from flat-screen TVs to aircraft parts.

Fearing espionage, US weighs tighter rules on Chinese students

The Trump administration is considering new background checks and other restrictions on Chinese students in the United States over growing espionage concerns, US officials and...

Chinese courier ZTO sued for ‘untrue statements’ in $1.4 billion U.S. IPO

Chinese courier ZTO Express (ZTO.N) and the underwriters of its New York stock market listing have been sued by a U.S. pension fund that alleges the firm exaggerated its profit margins to lure investors into its $1.4 billion initial public offering.