A mass market EV known as the 'Model 2' is tipped to be one of the first Teslas that will go on sale in coming years; meanwhile the carmaker won a court base in China over a supposed brake failure
Binance's deal with US regulators includes an agreement to have court-appointed monitors from the Justice and Treasury departments for up to five years, report says
The US automaker still plans to start making low-cost lithium-iron batteries by 2026 based on technology licensed from China’s CATL
Malaysia and Vietnam have had cargoes worth about $320 million each denied or held for checks since the new rules came into force in mid-2020, nearly three times more than exports from China
The People's Bank of China said the deal "will help strengthen financial cooperation" and "expand the use of local currencies"
Exports from Xinjiang rose to $409bn in the first 10 months of 2023 and could go higher as trade has jumped to countries in Central Asia and Southeast Asia, despite western sanctions.
While the Chinese president’s US visit didn't do much to ease the weight of Washington's chip sanctions on the world's second-largest economy, it did manage to score several brownie points
US officials are investigating if Applied Materials broke sanctions by sending gear worth 'hundreds of millions' to top China chipmaker via a unit in South Korea in 2021 and 2022, sources say
All other members back US push for economies to boost opportunities for disadvantaged groups and incorporate clean energy and carbon-emission reduction goals in their trade policies
Tencent is the second large Chinese technology company to look for domestic alternatives to Nvidia amid tightening US sanctions
Xi came into the meeting looking for respect from the US, and also seeking to improve fast-cooling business dealings with the world's biggest economy
Huawei saw its sales surge 83% in the first four weeks of October, according to data from Hong Kong-based research firm Counterpoint