U.S.-China relations have been a top issue at the G20 summit, though U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai said she was 'optimistic' following Biden and Xi's talk this week.
Signs the Chinese economy is weakening this month include falling exports, slowing inflation, COVID-19 and more. China is on track to miss its annual growth target of around 5.5%.
American workers at a Chinese chip maker have been asked to resign from their positions following tighter export controls imposed by Washington.
Chip Giant Nvidia unveiled its new computing platform called DRIVE Thor that would centralize autonomous and assisted driving and other digital functions.
The Biden administration plans next month to broaden curbs on U.S shipments to China of semiconductors used for artificial intelligence and chipmaking tools.
The U.S. has chosen Alibaba as one of its Audit targets after the U.S. and China reached an agreement to allow Chinese firms listed in America to be listed.
Fisher Investments founder and chairman gives his read on the U.S. economy, telling ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast’ the market has likely bottomed and bull run is on despite Fed’s actions.
Japanese car manufacturer Mazda is attempting to build supply line infrastructure outside of China after COVID-19 lockdowns deeply disrupted their manufacturing process.
The People's Republic of China has suspended imports of confections and other Taiwanese food stuffs ahead of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to the island.
Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, reacts to the Senate advancing the proposed chip bill and calls for the U.S. to 'dominate' in more fields than just semiconductors to combat China's growing economic threat.
Former Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary Christine McDaniel responds to President Biden’s new strategy to end tariffs on China to combat rising inflation.
President Joe Biden announced the U.S. would join an effort alongside allies to counter China's growing global economic influence after taking action to roll back solar tariffs.
President Joe Biden favors limiting Trump-era tariffs on China that his administration once praised as effective.
The White House is considering reductions in tariffs on Chinese imports as it seeks to tame the hottest inflation in four decades, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said.
Rodgers Silicon Valley Acquisition Corporation CEO argued that tariffs on Chinese solar panels threaten hundreds of thousands of American jobs.
Sen. Bill Haggerty argues Biden lifting China trade tariffs would give away U.S. leverage and get nothing in return.
Supply chain constraints, government spending and consumer demand have pushed inflation in the U.S. to the highest level in 40 years – but geopolitical elements are also fueling rising prices.
The Biden administration is carefully studying the inflationary impact of tariffs imposed on China by former President Donald Trump's administration given a surge in consumer prices, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Monday.
A group of U.S. senators is trying to get the federal government to hand over millions of dollars collected from China as a penalty for flooding markets with cheap products.
Beijing only fulfilled 57% of its commitments, meaning it did not even achieve its pre-pandemic imports.