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U.S. Seeks to Block China Mobile's Entry, Escalating Tension
The U.S. moved to block China Mobile Ltd. from entering its telecommunications market on national security grounds, launching another salvo in the fight between the world’s two biggest economies days
North Korea Still Open to Summit Even After Trump Scraps Talks
North Korea said it was surprised by President Donald Trump’s decision to cancel a June 12 summit with Kim Jong Un and it remained willing to meet with the U.S. at any time.
Trump Balks Over Billions in Secret Chinese Loans to Poor Nations
China has showered $10 billion on debt-laden Ecuador over the past six years for energy and infrastructure projects.
Trump Says ‘We’ll Have to See’ If Kim Summit Goes On
President Donald Trump said North Korea hasn’t directly raised concerns about his proposed summit with its leader Kim Jong Un.
North Korea Threatens to Scrap Trump Meeting on Nuclear Demands
North Korea threatened to walk away from its meeting with President Donald Trump next month if the U.S. made a “one-sided demand” for the regime to surrender its nuclear weapons.
The Latest: Israeli Military Sends Aid to Gaza
Jerusalem (AP) -- The Latest on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (all times local):
Trump, Xi Ease Trade Tensions With ZTE, Qualcomm Reversals
The U.S. and China signaled a desire to avoid a costly trade war after President Donald Trump offered a lifeline to beleaguered telecom equipment maker ZTE Corp. and China’s Xi Jinping dispatched his
China Cyberspies Mined Japan Firms for North Korea Secrets
Chinese hackers have targeted Japanese defense companies, possibly to get information on Tokyo’s policy toward resolving the North Korean nuclear impasse, according to cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc.
Trump Hails ‘Big Progress’ as Kim Vows to Extend Freeze on Tests
U.S. President Donald Trump hailed “big progress” as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pledged to halt nuclear testing.
Chinese Hackers Hit U.S. Firms Linked to South China Sea Dispute
Chinese hackers have launched a wave of attacks on mainly U.S. engineering and defense companies linked to the disputed South China Sea, the cybersecurity firm FireEye Inc. said.
The 24 Hours That Exposed Trump’s Strategy Gap With China’s Xi
It was 24 hours that illustrated why the U.S. is struggling to counter China’s rising geopolitical clout.
Big Business Is Scrambling to Conform With China’s World View
Multinational businesses keen for a slice of the world’s fastest-growing consumer market are finding they have to increasingly conform to China’s world view if they want to stay in Beijing’s good
Xi's Economic Adviser Liu He to Represent China at Davos Forum
President Xi Jinping’s top financial and economic adviser, Liu He, will represent China at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, next week.
China Steps Up Policing of Multinationals Over Sovereignty
China is stepping up its policing of international companies such as Inditex SA-owned Zara and Delta Air Lines Inc. and demanding they respect the government’s position on long-standing territorial
China Blasts Australia Minister’s Criticism of ‘Useless’ Projects
APIA, SAMOA - SEPTEMBER 28: The sun sets as a digger keeps working on the road to Lalomanu on September 28, 2010 in Apia, Samoa. 189 people were killed and hundreds more injured in Samoa, American
China, Japan Criticize Canada’s Bid to Play North Korea Mediator
Two of North Korea’s closest neighbors have criticized Canada’s effort to help coordinate the international response to Kim Jong Un’s weapons program.