Didi Chuxing, China's biggest ride-hailing firm, on Thursday made public its filing for a U.S. stock market listing, setting the stage for what is expected to be the world's biggest initial public offering this year.
Top U.S. and Chinese commerce officials spoke by telephone and agreed to promote healthy trade and cooperate over differences, China's commmerce ministry said on Thursday, the latest high-level exchange as the countries spar over disagreements.
TikTok quietly changed its U.S. privacy policies last week allowing the app to collect biometric data.
President Biden on Wednesday dropped the former Trump administration's executive order blocking new downloads of TikTok and banning other Chinese-owned apps like WeChat.
The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday that aims to boost U.S. semiconductor production and the development of artificial intelligence and other technology in the face of growing international competition, most notably from China.
Florida’s Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Tuesday to protect higher education institutions in the state from espionage and intellectual property theft carried out by China’s Communist Party.
According to data from China's Passenger Car Association, Tesla sold 33,463 total vehicles in China in May. Approximately 21,936 vehicles were delivered in China, while 11,527 were exported to Europe. The delivery figures mark a 29% improvement from April, when the company sold about 26,000 electric vehicles made in China, down from roughly 36,000 in March.
A report on the origins of Covid-19 by a U.S. government national laboratory concluded that the hypothesis claiming the virus leaked from a Chinese lab in Wuhan is plausible and deserves further investigation, according to people familiar with the classified document.
Users searching on Microsoft-created search engine Bing for an image of the “Tank Man” from the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 are finding no results generating concerns about censorship.
Republican politicians and activists are slamming "woke" business leaders who've become more inclined to make domestic political statements in recent years yet still do business with China, which is ruled by the brutal Chinese Communist Party.
President Biden has nearly doubled the list of Chinese companies whose shares are off-limits to U.S. investors in the latest sign he is not softening Washington's stance toward Beijing.
USA Rare Earth CEO Pini Althaus pushed back on the Biden administration's plan to rely on other countries to produce metals for electric vehicles and other American-made technology on FOX Business' "Mornings with Maria."
Corporate America’s leaders have a choice to make: support horrible wrongs or do what’s right.
Olympic gold medalist and retired speed skating athlete Apolo Ohno told "Varney & Co." Wednesday the United States should compete in the Beijing Winter Olympics next year in response to growing calls to skip it.
China’s chief trade envoy talked with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Wednesday, the Chinese government said, but gave no indication when negotiations on ending their tariff war might resume.
President Biden on Friday submitted his 2022 defense budget to Congress, which included additional investments in systems intended to help the U.S. out-compete China.
Hong Kong media tycoon and outspoken pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai was sentenced to more jail time Friday over his role in an anti-government protest in 2019.
Roger Robinson Jr. warns against a potential "fundamental shift" on China policy in the Biden administration.
The Justice Department has told casino mogul Steve Wynn to register as a lobbyist in connection with his 2017 efforts to obtain a diplomatic favor long sought by Chinese authorities, and is preparing to go to court to force him to comply.
U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said on Wednesday that the United States still faces "very large challenges" in its trade and economic relationship with China that require the Biden administration's attention across the board.