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The leaders of China and the US may not have agreed on everything, but clearly both were certain about one thing: lines of communication must be kept open at all times.
Even after its first foreign investment deficit, China remains an attractive market for many firms, but bureaucrats need to do more to attract business.
The former US secretary state continued to play a back channel role in later years, helping to stabilise relations in turbulent times.
Speakers at supply chain forums repeatedly brought up tech and innovation as ways for China to avoid uncertainties and maintain its place as the world’s manufacturing hub.
President says creating favourable legal conditions is essential as the nation opens up to the outside world.
Hours before Beijing is to launch international expo featuring tech giants like Tesla and Apple, Joe Biden unveils White House ‘resilience council’.
Pharmaceutical companies are seeking to limit their reliance on Chinese contractors who produce drugs used in clinical trials and early-stage manufacturing, industry insiders said.
The retired ambassador to Washington tells Talking Post with Yonden Lhatoo that the island is a matter of national sovereignty for Beijing.
Structural tensions continue to cloud the Sino-US economic relationship as companies look to diversify supply chains to other Asian countries.
Chicago Council on Global Affairs poll highlights concerns over American response to intellectual property theft, economic competition and global supply chains.
The Critical Raw Materials Act was proposed in March to ensure the EU’s access to a sustainable supply of raw materials crucial to the digital, aerospace and defence sectors, and the green energy push.
Both sides face multiple potential flashpoints with uncertainty likely to continue for ‘a very, very long time’, one analyst says
Indonesian President Joko Widodo will visit the White House for a meeting with US President Joe Biden on Monday, sources with direct knowledge of the conversations said.
At ‘2+2’ talks in New Delhi, the democratic allies pull closer as an agreement is reached for US and India to co-produce armoured combat vehicles.
The value of deals at the six-day CIIE rose 6.7 per cent year on year, according to the organiser CIIE Bureau. Exhibitors at the American Food and Agriculture Pavilion signed US$505 million worth of deals.
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp revised its annual budget to US$7.5 billion, an 18 per cent jump over 2022.
Working meetings on disputed waterways, arms control and financial governance among the forerunners to summit between presidents.
US Treasury secretary says ‘use of economic tools for national security purposes’ will be a topic on the agenda for talks in San Francisco with He Lifeng.