Finance ministry in Beijing urges US to take action on its "major concerns" about sanctions on Chinese firms, after talks with US Treasury secretary
The US sanctions-hit tech giant said it aims to help clients build and train their artificial intelligence (AI) models with its homegrown processors and framework
The announcement came a day after the group was fined $984 million in what is likely to be the end of a years-long regulatory crackdown on the once storied Chinese company
The South Korean tech giant estimated its Q2 operating profit fell to $459 million, the lowest for any quarter since the first half of 2009
The penalty will pave the way for fintech giant to become a financial holding company and eventually allow it to revive its plan for a stock market listing.
Chinese analysts say Yellen's speech in April, which ranked national security interests as the top plank of America's bilateral economic policy, did not inspire optimism for the visit
Former vice commerce minister says China's countermeasures will escalate if tougher tech restrictions are imposed. Analysts say they could extend to rare earth elements.
The phone is the telecom giant’s latest attempt to tap into India’s massive and under-penetrated rural market where many are yet to migrate to smartphones
The restriction is aimed at closing a crucial loophole in the export controls the US implemented in October that allowed Chinese AI firms to access high-end chips through the cloud
Beijing has ramped up trade rivalry with the US by announcing controls on gallium and germanium - two minor metals widely used in chips, EVs and high-tech products - and it could get worse
The move comes as Japan works to revitalise its chip industry, and the European Union looks to reduce its dependence on China-dominated supply chains
Yellen is expected to discuss cooperation on climate change and global debt distress, plus concerns about China's anti-espionage law in talks with senior finance officials in Beijing this week