Waiting to see who gets elected first
The Chinese goverment is waiting to see who wins the election before embarking on a campaign of blacklisting US companies.
Trade war continues
The US government expanded its trade blacklist to include some of China’s top artificial intelligence startups.
Intel, Micron and Nvidia hit by friendly fire
US semiconductor stocks slumped on fears of deep losses in Intel, Micron and Nvidia, as new measures targeting the technology sector in President Donald Trump’s trade conflict with China triggered a wave of investor fear.
It is our biggest challenge
Foxconn says the US and Chinese governments are engaged in a technology war, not a trade war, describing the spat as its most significant challenge.
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.
Breathes a sigh of relief
ZTE is off the US. Department of Commerce’s naughty list and and will be able to buy and sell in the land of the fee.
Promise not to spy on us
The European Commission is working out a deal with the US, that will allow EU data to end up in the US if its government agrees not to steal it.
Allows a Microsoft expert witness to testify