While Beijing should be held accountable for unfair trade practices, the tariffs are hurting US businesses and exacerbating supply issues, companies and members of Congress say
"Only when democracies that respect international trade rules work together" can countries deal with Beijing's coercion, envoy says
With dozens of flights between China and the US suspended because passengers tested positive for Covid on arrival, finding a flight to China even in February is proving near-impossible
China brought in 260,312 tonnes of Iranian crude oil in December, General Administration of Chinese Customs data shows
Joe Biden says Washington is working on removing levies imposed on Beijing by Donald Trump's administration but timing is 'uncertain'
The deal will allow Shopify merchants in the US to sell their products on the Chinese company's cross-border marketplace JD Worldwide
Half of the American Chamber of Commerce's members are considering leaving Hong Kong on personal grounds, according to a recently published survey
Cloud servers are viewed as ripe for hackers to launch cyber attacks because they can conceal the origin of the attack and offer access to a vast array of client networks
Legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense contractors to stop buying rare earths from China by 2026.
China will release crude from its strategic oil stockpiles around the lunar new year in February as part of a plan urged by the US with other major consumers to cut fuel prices, sources say
Chamber says the US needs to have a cohesive strategy about confronting China on regulatory practices and rights abuses, but also incorporating elements to encourage trade