On December 8th
Xiaomi has announced a big US event calling it the "biggest party yet" and although there are no hints on what to expect at the event, there are rumors that the company will try its luck in the US.
Trying to steal confidential aerospace technology
The US Justice Department has charged two Chinese intelligence officers, six hackers, and two aerospace company insiders in a sweeping conspiracy to steal confidential aerospace technology from US and French companies.
May not help “make America grate” after all
Foxconn has scaled back plans for the heavily subsidised Wisconsin Gigafactory.
US companies making a fortune, it is just the country is wasting it propping up the rich
Alibaba founder Jack Ma slagged off the United States for wasting money on defence and the military when it should be spent on infrastructure.
So that works then
The US Congress is up in arms when Amazon’s face recognition software, called Rekognition, identified more than two dozen members of Congress as people arrested for crimes.
The US Commerce Department has lifted the export ban on Chinese telecommunications giant ZTE now that it has met all the terms required to get a full reprieve.
Because there is a long history of appeasement working
China’s ZTE has named a set of new top executives, including a CEO and a CFO, to comply with its deal with the United States to get a supplier ban lifted.
Because the Americans are a warm friendly people who welcome foreigners
Xiaomi is pressing ahead with plans to enter the United States next year despite the fact that the country's politicians are arranging neck-tie parties for Chinese companies at the moment.
Supremes rule that your company will have to face US Justice
The United States has decided that its justice system is so superior to everyone else's that if a US company thinks you have used its patented technology you will have to travel across the planet to defend yourself in one of its kangaroo courts.
Begun the trade war has
In the opening Chinese shots to President Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump's trade war, US companies are suddenly finding themselves being investigated for antitrust antics behind the bamboo curtain.