Russia and China have spent years building stronger economic ties, including a $55 billion gas pipeline and Russia’s increased usage of China’s yuan.
In 2022, China showed the second-lowest growth level in more than four decades. But with COVID restrictions lifted, Chinese consumers are showing new confidence.
Japan and the Netherlands are particularly dominant in a manufacturing process called lithography: using light to print tiny circuits on silicon wafers.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew will testify before Congress for the first time in March as the U.S. continues to consider whether to ban the Chinese-owned app from its shores.
The U.S. military's stockpiles of key weapons systems could be depleted in less than a week during a major war with China, according to a report by CSIS.
TikTok is offering American regulators greater oversight of its platforms in an effort to remain operational in the U.S. The plan is called "Project Texas."
Customs and Border Protection is scrutinizing imports from China's Xinjiang region under the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act. Solar panels are the most commonly flagged product.
Security concerns from the war in Ukraine to China's aggression in the Far East has prompted U.S. arms sales to surge by nearly 50 percent during the 2022 fiscal year.
While China’s luxury shoppers are free to travel to other countries, many are buying locally instead at Hainan, a tax-free island with a shopping center is dedicated to duty-free stores.
Bill Gates said that China's rise is a 'huge win for the world' during an interview in Australia earlier in the week, adding that the U.S. is in a politically weaker state than it has been.
Sen. Joe Manchin announced legislation Wednesday that would direct the Treasury to implement 30D new vehicle tax credits for vehicles, calling a delay "unacceptable."
Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley on Tuesday said he would introduce legislation to ban the short-form video social-media app TikTok in the United States.
The Chinese government’s end to its strict zero-Covid regime could encourage more foreign investors to return to the country’s bond market this year, analysts said.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen met with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He on Wednesday in Switzerland, pushing an effort to prevent "anything even near conflict."
Chinese Vice Premier Liu's speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos was filled with optimism about a return to economic growth, but many remain skeptical.
China appeared to strike a more conciliatory tone at this year's World Economic Forum, but some remain skeptical of Beijing's true aims.
The People's Republic of China experienced its first population decline in over half a century in 2022, recording 850,000 fewer people than the previous year.
Chinese-owned video-sharing app TikTok is reportedly offering U.S. officials oversight of its algorithms, a major concession as the company seeks to avert a ban.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will host high-level meetings with the Chinese in an effort to ease tensions between the two countries.
Iran's oil exports are surging to their highest level in several years despite the ongoing U.S. sanctions amid strong demand from China and Venezuela.