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US charges eight people over plot to harass and intimidate citizens...

All eight defendants in the case are charged with conspiring to act as illegal agents for a foreign government.

F.B.I. Bars Some China Scholars From Visiting the U.S. Over Spying...

Just as he had on previous trips, Zhu Feng bolted down his lunch at the Los Angeles airport before sprinting to catch his Air...

China bars US citizens from leaving over ‘economic crimes’

China on Monday (Nov 26) said that it has barred three reported US citizens - a woman and her two grown children - from leaving the country because they are suspected of "economic crimes".

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The 5 US housing markets Chinese investors like most

Chinese buyers spend more money on US residential real estate than any other foreign investors, and now we have a better sense of where they’re putting...

Alipay partners with Yelp to continue its pursuit of Chinese tourist money

Ant Financial, the Alibaba affiliated valued at $60 billion, is continuing to follow Chinese tourists and their wallets overseas after it inked a deal with Yelp in...

A FedEx pilot was arrested by Chinese authorities

A FedEx pilot was recently detained by Chinese authorities in Guangzhou, a city in southern mainland China.

US-China trade tensions weigh on chipmakers, Apple ahead of G-20 summit

Citi believes it's likely the White House will crack down on U.S. exports, with an extreme scenario including a ban on sales of U.S. semiconductor components to China.

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US can’t let China ‘push our companies and our people’ around, short seller Carson...

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