In wide-ranging remarks, US president also says China has manipulated its currency and reiterates that the US is ‘not going to do business with Huawei’.
Dow, Nasdaq and S&P plunge as Beijing allows the yuan to weaken below 7 to the US dollar and says it will stop buying US agricultural goods.
China has fallen behind Mexico and Canada as the leading US trade partner after total value of bilateral trade dropped by nearly 14 per cent in the first half of the year versus the same period in 2018.
Crowdsourced letters say rule of law has broken down in the city and call for international intervention.
The US says if it doesn’t get the changes it wants, it will not apply ‘developing country’ status to countries it thinks no longer qualify for special treatment.
Larry Kudlow insists US is ‘ahead of the rest of the world’, but many tech analysts disagree, saying it lacks a telecoms giant like Huawei to equip a network end to end.
Bipartisan group of six are concerned that US President Donald Trump might swap the ban in negotiations with China.
Senator Marco Rubio says he is building on Trump administration’s efforts ‘confronting the Chinese government and Communist Party’s predatory economic behaviour’.
‘It has to do with the trade anxiety and the impasse between Beijing and Washington,’ an investment analyst says.
Panellists agree that the use of tariffs is not the best way for Washington to solve its problems with Beijing.
The heavy weather that is killing spring plantings, compounded by loss of Chinese market, may be escalating farm-related suicides.
American academia becomes newest front in US-China friction as tensions mount and distrust expands.
US studying impact on consumers ahead of decision on Trump’s threat to place levies on an additional US$300 billion in Chinese imports.
It is the third straight week of net outflows from US-based China-region funds, according to data from Lipper.
Telecoms giant says move by US Commerce Department will ‘affect tens of thousands of American jobs’.
Executive order bars the use of telecoms equipment made by companies deemed a US national security threat, hindering the Chinese firm’s efforts to expand into the critical 5G market.
‘Here’s a handout to make you happy? That doesn’t make us happy. We want our markets back,’ a farmer in Minnesota says.
US stocks recovered from a weeklong sell-off after the Trump administration followed through with a rise in duties at midnight.
Democratic Party founder Martin Lee and activist Nathan Law have been asked to testify about the bill before the US Congressional-Executive Commission on China.
Investors take two days of threats by Trump administration officials to heart, fearing Washington and Beijing will not meet Friday deadline for a deal.
The rebound in US stocks on Monday ‘leads me to think that while the markets are saying this isn’t much fun, this is still likely to blow over’, an analyst says.
Michael Wu introduced Chinese family to ‘fixer’ Rick Singer, who was paid US$6.5 million to help a student win acceptance to Stanford.
Chinese family allegedly paid US$6.5 million to mastermind of college-entry cheating scheme to assure child’s admission to Stanford University, US media reports.
The treasury secretary said that talks, which resume Tuesday in Beijing, “have made more progress than ever before” towards a real agreement.
The move, announced by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, represents the Trump administration’s latest move to starve Iran of its main source of revenue.
The anticipated end of the US-China trade war has helped alleviate the negative tone.
Washington to auction largest ever radio spectrum to support 5G telecommunications, with the Federal Communications Commission devoting US$20.4 billion to boost broadband in rural America.
Venture capitalist Sean O’Sullivan says divided technology landscape would hand China an advantage.