Huawei export licenses could be revoked by US
Huawei was previously placed on the US Commerce Department’s blacklist over concerns China could use the company’s telecommunications tech for spying.
How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changed financial markets
Russia's invasion of Ukraine, one year ago, could have permanent negative consequences for the global economy, inflation, and financial markets caused by reduced trade.
US aims to create semiconductor manufacturing clusters with Chips Act funds
US Secretary of Commerce Gin Raimondo lays out Washington's plan to organize and shape the semiconductor manufacturing industry from the top, down, through 2030.
TikTok’s talks with US have an unofficial player: China
TikTok has been negotiating with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. for over two years on a way to wall off the company’s data and operations from the Chinese government.
Exxon sues EU in move to block new windfall tax on oil companies
The EU believes Exxon and Chevron capitalized on an energy crisis and should be fined. The companies, want the money to invest in energy infrastructure.
Nord Stream 2: What to know about the controversial gas pipeline connecting Russia with Europe
With Russia’s renewed invasion of Ukraine, attention has turned once again to the controversial Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline linking Russia to Europe via Germany.