A Chinese bicycle manufacturer is to relocate some of its production to Cambodia.
International summits are really two parallel events: formal proceedings in a conference room and a whirl of bilateral meetings outside. So it will be with the G20 economic leaders’ summit in Osaka, Japan on June 28–29.
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?
Huawei’s founder says the giant’s overseas smartphone sales have tumbled.
At first glance, it also seems somewhat illogical that Iran — even its faction of hardliners — would so willingly provide the US with a possible reason for war — a war it would most certainly lose when taking into account the country’s vastly inferior military might.
Trump accuses The New York Times of “a virtual act of treason,” over a US digital incursions report.
Indonesia has returned five containers of rubbish to the United States and will not become a “dumping ground”, officials said Saturday, the latest Southeast Asian country to return imported waste.
India imposes higher tariffs on 28 items imported from the US.
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.
US President Donald Trump revealed Tuesday that Mexico agreed to take stronger legal action to halt Central American migrants if its initial efforts to stem the flow don’t show results in 45 days.
Iran has followed through on a threat to accelerate its production of enriched uranium, the head of the UN atomic watchdog says.
US President Donald Trump renewed his threat Monday to impose tariffs on Mexico as controversy erupted over what exactly is in the countries’ new migration deal, which the Mexican government admitted would be reviewed in 45 days.
Amazon moves past Apple and Google to become the world’s most valuable brand.
Nearly 200 business leaders on Monday endorsed an open letter on abortion rights, saying conservative efforts to restrict “comprehensive reproductive care” would be bad for both employees and customers.
Globalisation is under siege. Multilateralism is under threat due to rising protectionism and unilateralism, mainly in the US. It is a world in flux- full of uncertainty, unpredictability and turbulence.
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.
A policy of no talks about technical standards with Huawei following US blacklisting.
US President Donald Trump tweeted on Friday that NASA should stop talking about going back to the Moon.
Barnes & Noble says it would be bought by Elliott Management Corp for $475.8 m.
The US ambassador has said Israel has the right to annex at least “some” of the occupied West Bank, in comments likely to deepen Palestinian opposition to a long-awaited US peace plan.
They have concluded that because the United States needs to protect its relative position on the world stage, China’s standing must be diminished.
The US gov’t is gearing up to investigate whether big companies compete fairly.
China dismisses a US report of establishing a military presence in Cambodia.
A group of European and US investors to spend $5 million to renovate Phnom Penh’s Royal Railway Station.
Study Times says China’s spirit during talks to end the Korean War are relevant today.
US President Donald Trump courted candidates to replace Prime Minister Theresa May during his state visit to Britain on Tuesday, as the first leadership debates kicked off in parliament.
Trump’s proposal to slap tariffs on Mexican-made goods will be costly: Toyota.
US President Donald Trump’s state visit to Tokyo ended without either concrete agreement or public pronouncement of specific disagreements on trade.