China has delivered a written response to US demands for wide-ranging trade reforms, three US government sources said.
The US decision to cut off a Chinese state-backed chipmaker from US suppliers breaks World Trade Organization rules.
Japan’s economy, which likely shrank in the third quarter, is set to grow more slowly.
German software company SAP agrees to buy Qualtrics International for $8 billion.
Hundreds of Central American migrants resumed their march north through Mexico.
A US judge in Montana has blocked construction of the Keystone XL pipeline designed to carry heavy crude oil from Canada.
Moody’s Investors Service Inc said Cambodia is among East Asian countries that could benefit from the relocation and investment by firms looking to reduce their exposure to US trade policy uncertainty in the face of a worsening US-China trade war in 2019.
A Syrian man is convicted over assembling electronic parts for radio-controlled bombs.
US and China have put tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of each other’s goods.
Tesla says Robyn Denholm will replace Musk as chair of the electric-car maker’s board.
The political landscape in Washington has changed, quite remarkably, and American politics is going to be more divided. With messy politics at home, US’s global leadership will be adversely affected.
A US-North Korea meeting is postponed.
Trump faces restraints after Democrats won control of the House of Representatives.
Goldman Sachs CEO says he felt “horrible” that two former employees “broke the law”.
US rights advocates were on the alert for ways in which votes were possibly suppressed.
Will the US make Asia feel secure? It is an indisputable fact that the presence of the US has been the cornerstone of balance of power, stability and security of Asia and the Pacific for over half a century.
The world is embarking on a new era of high uncertainty and risks. The unfolding trade frictions between the US and China has caused unprecedented disruption to the global trade system. Such disruption was not seen since the end of the Cold War.
General Electric is concerned that its tax liabilities could increase by billions of dollars.
One of the worst clichés of US politics is that the next election tomorrow is the most important ever/in your lifetime/in recent history, and so on.
The US-China trade war is the “most stupid thing in this world,” says Jack Ma.