Chinese officials visit Longmate’s banana factory in Kampot.
China is leading the electric car market as it sold 1.2 million electric vehicles last year.
As the United States ramps up tensions with China, researchers from both countries are feeling the heat, unable to collaborate on valuable research.
China’s SAIC Motor and Egypt’s Mansour Automotive sign a joint venture agreement.
The economies of the two countries and the global economy are predicted to suffer greatly as a result. So, why did negotiations fail this time?
The term “debt trap diplomacy” is used by western countries despite the benefits: Government officials.
China accuses the United States of igniting a trade war.
China plans to build a pilot small-scale nuclear reactor to replace coal or gas.
China’s Shaanxi province is calling for stronger trade and commercial ties.
It may be China’s spirit, but for London bartender Ellie Veale it’s clear from the first swig why baijiu has not caught on overseas.
A MoU with China to prevent the trans-border spread of communicable diseases.
Cambodia urges China to speed work to greenlight exports of Cambodian mangoes.
China provides hundreds of thousands of dollars of cars and electronics to the Senate.
Telegram suffered a major cyber-attack that originated from China, says CEO.
Observers of US-China relations have become increasingly concerned about the current status and future development of this most consequential bilateral relationship. Why has the relationship deteriorated? How can the two powers step out of the dilemma?
As trade relations between the United States and China grow more rivalrous, the situation in the Indo-Pacific becomes increasingly vexed.
Thousands of people have been stranded and at least five killed amid torrential rain throughout central and southern China, with authorities bracing themselves for at least another four days of downpours, state media reported on Tuesday.
Ma joins Antonio Guterres and Melinda Gates to discuss global digital cooperation.
Hanoi to crack down on manufacturers illegally using “Made in Vietnam” labels.
China’s exports unexpectedly returned to growth in May despite higher US tariffs.
President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Russia predictably focused on raising the level of the bilateral relationship, judging by the contents of the joint press statements of both residents on 5 June 2019.
India recently lost out on the distinction of being the world’s fastest-growing major economy after it grew at 5.8%, which is slower than the 6.4% growth registered by China.
Hungary, Poland, Portugal and soon Austria are strengthening ties with China.
A threat with tariffs on “at least” another $300 billion worth of Chinese goods.
Chinese President Xi Jinping begins a three-day visit to “best friend” Vladimir Putin with a touch of panda diplomacy.
China’s Ministry of Information grants 5G licenses for commercial use.
Apple plans to establish the first design and development accelerator in China.
China and the United States are at a trade stand-off after both countries have implemented hundreds of billions of dollars in tariffs on each other’s goods over the past year.
They have concluded that because the United States needs to protect its relative position on the world stage, China’s standing must be diminished.
Kiron Skinner, the director of policy planning at the US State Department, named racial discomfort as a factor at play in the emerging geopolitical contest between the United States and China.