Officials at small telecoms networks say disruptions further complicate meeting the US government mandate to remove Huawei and ZTE systems.
Beijing’s crackdown on technology companies has led to billions of dollars in losses for US investors, said US-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
Meeting can help clarify ‘understanding of one another’s intentions’, according to the US official before the two leaders’ first virtual meeting.
Two dozen American business associations call on the US government to remove tariffs and broaden exemptions to import duties.
‘The two leaders will discuss ways to responsibly manage the competition between the United States and the [People’s Republic of China],’ White House press secretary Jen Psaki says.
Joe Biden says China is ‘increasingly exploiting United States capital’ to help modernise its military and intelligence apparatuses.
A step closer toward implementing a law that says foreign companies face US delisting if they fail to turn over audit results for three straight years.
The US aims to build on momentum from the G20 summit that took place in Rome last week, said US State Department official.
Citing the threat from ‘adversaries like the People’s Republic of China’, Marco Rubio of Florida and Raphael Warnock of Georgia hope to extend federal oversight of foreign deals for US businesses that handle personal data.
For electric vehicle buyers, many of whom count the family car as the largest big-ticket purchase of their lifetime after the home, the spectre of automobiles catching fire was a cause for pause.
Artificial intelligence, quantum computing, bioscience, semiconductors, and autonomous systems are sectors ‘where the stakes are potentially greatest for US economic and national security’, the National Counterintelligence and Security Centre (NCSC) said in a new paper.
Calling DJI ‘Huawei on wings’, a Republican commissioner says the FCC should start the process of adding the company to a blacklist.
The property developer has missed three interest payments and will default if it fails to pay US$119 million by October 23; the government, which wants to avoid a bailout, is trying to find a way to penalise the company without creating a sectorwide panic.
Esquel had sought a preliminary injunction – and removal of sanctions – while it sues the US Commerce Department for acting against the subsidiary.
The biggest obstacle President Joe Biden and his team face while trying to de-escalate tensions with China is Congress, according to senior managers at US tech firms.
China ‘is clearly not what was envisioned’ when it was admitted into the World Trade Organization in 2001, the Atlantic Council and Rhodium Group find, adding that the nation has back-pedalled from its stated economic objectives.
Started under Trump administration, a US$1.9 billion ‘rip and replace’ programme continues under Joe Biden.
‘The Biden administration will continue to sanction Huawei, and China will still feel bullied by Meng’s arrest’.
The deal to free Meng appears to have resulted in China releasing detained Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, who are also flying home.
New rule threatens hundreds of Chinese companies trading on US stock markets.
The designations came as part of a broader action by the US Treasury Department that targeted Lebanon and Kuwait-based financial conduits that fund the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah as well as financial facilitators and front companies that support the group and Iran.
The chief US securities regulator says he supports a bill in Congress that allows for faster removal from markets for non-compliance with disclosure rules.
Ong, a third-generation Chinese-American, was declared ‘a true American hero’ for her call reporting the hijack of American Airlines Flight 11; friends and family succeeded in having San Francisco rename a Chinatown community centre in her honour.
Given new funding and expanded authority, watchdog Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States is pursuing ‘non-notified transactions’.
‘The policy has not been eased or amended,’ a spokesman says, after an outcry greeted reports that Huawei has won approval to purchase American-made automotive chips.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission says it hopes to ‘create conditions’ to cooperate over an issue that threatens to delist US$1.3 trillion in shares.
Advocacy group ‘outraged’ at plan to retry Hu Anming for wire fraud and lying to Nasa after previous trial, and earlier claim of espionage, fell apart.
Advocacy groups add their voices to nearly 100 lawmakers who say the programme unfairly targets Asian-Americans based on race and ethnicity.
‘The current environment in the US in the geopolitical relationship towards China has pushed everything that’s happening in the China field toward this narrow lens of security,’ said Rosie Levine, senior programme officer at NCUSCR
Jake Sullivan conveyed the warning to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro last week, a White House official confirms, adding that Sullivan also said the US supports Brazil’s bid to become a Nato partner but did not tie that support to avoiding Huawei.