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China Web Lender Aims for US IPO With Crafty Borrower Reviews

SmartFinance, a Chinese internet loans business that judges borrowers on factors including how often they charge their phones, has consulted banks about a possible...

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China links foil row to future of US trade

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Biden doesn’t think China is a threat to the U.S., many say otherwise

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Raytheon engineer arrested for taking US missile defense secrets to China

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Chinese families spent $24 billion on ‘golden visas’ to U.S., other countries

When the sister of President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner promoted investment in her family's new skyscraper from a Beijing hotel ballroom stage earlier this month, she was pitching a controversial American visa program that's proven irresistible to tens of thousands of Chinese.

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US plans trial of Gilead coronavirus drug remdesivir

The U.S. is planning a clinical trial of Gilead’s experimental drug for the novel coronavirus, according to a posting on a government clinical trials database.