"This is no dystopian fantasy but a current reality," said MP Tom Tugendhat. ``A battle between authoritarian and rights-based technological standards and values is being waged.''
China continues its clampdown on public posts about the economic impacts of Beijing's zero Covid-policy.
Markets are pricing in a more hawkish outcome on interest rate hikes than is warranted, Morgan Stanley says.
Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has put off a decision on whether to permit the sale of Newport Wafer Fab
Huawei's founder Ren Zhengfei emphasised that the company's new strategy "should not be decided by a handful of people" but thousands of experts
Suzhou Power Supply Company is the first in China set up an automated charging system for electric vehicles
The Warren Buffett-backed auto firm's rise underscores China's growing prowess in electric vehicle manufacturing and renewable energy, the FT said.
An International Energy Agency report says that nuclear power has an opportunity to stage a comeback as energy costs surge.
Instability in the crypto sector has led to Singapore-based Vauld halting withdrawals and searching for new financial backing.
CCTV maker Hikvision told the BBC that anti-CCTV ''fringe groups'' are "demonising'' the company, the BBC reported.
China lashed out at NATO for what it called its “Cold War thinking and ideological bias” after the military alliance labelled it a “serious challenge” to global stability, the Guardian reported