A group of tech and policy leaders including former Google CEO Eric Schmidt is warning that China is "surging to overtake the United States in critical areas."
The plan represents a significant turnaround by a digital-payments juggernaut that has in recent years tried to shed its image as a financial-services provider and fashion itself as an internet-technology company, which helped it command lofty valuations.
Gen. Jack Keane told FOX Business that China has developed the capability to take out the entire U.S. satellite infrastructure and they know “we’re very vulnerable.”
Chinese President Xi is hoping for a fresh start with President Joe Biden.
Sherrill Manufacturing CEO Greg Owen told FOX Business Chinese manufacturers have an "unfair advantage"
President Biden's nominee for treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, said Thursday that the president's "offshoring tax penalty" would incentivize U.S. companies to "create and maintain jobs at home."
Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen left the door open to keeping U.S. tariffs on China in place for now at her Senate confirmation hearing this week, but said America should "work with our allies rather than unilaterally" to "address unfair trade practices."
President Biden devoted his first moments in office to rejoining multinational efforts like the Paris Agreement and the World Health Organization (WHO), moves former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said were a great first step.
Last month, the FCC began the process of revoking China Telecom’s authorization to operate in the United States
Twitter has locked the account of China’s U.S. embassy for a tweet that defended China’s policies in the Xinjiang region
Ma had not appeared in public since Oct. 24, where he blasted China's regulatory system in a speech at a Shanghai forum
The shipments, headed for a residence in West Palm Beach, Florida, contained over 800 counterfeit Cartier products from Hong Kong.
Ret. Gen. Lloyd Austin said China is aiming to be the world’s preeminent power in the near future.
Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen took aim at China during her Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday, calling the country "our most important strategic competitor."
Outgoing U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he expects the Biden administration to replicate many of President Trump's trade policies.
Ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration this week, one analyst believes that a potentially softer stance with China could be good for Apple, Cisco and a number of other tech stocks.
The Trump administration notified several Huawei suppliers, including chipmaker Intel, that it is revoking certain licenses to sell to the Chinese company and intends to reject dozens of other applications to supply the telecommunications firm, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
A shortage of computer chips is curbing production for automakers around the world.
Under the deal brokered by the Trump administration, China agreed to purchase about $159 billion in U.S. goods by the end of 2020.
The move curbs Chinese access to U.S. capital markets days before Trump leaves office