Hong Kong stock index falls over 6% to levels last seen in the 2008 crisis, with shares of Alibaba and Tencent down 10% and 8% on fears economic growth will be sacrificed for ideological policies
Gross domestic product (GDP) rose 3.9% in the July to September quarter over 2021, official data showed on Monday, with exports up but home prices down and youth unemployment near 18%
US chip equipment makers could lose market share and revenue to competitors in countries like Japan and South Korea, if firms find a workaround for the latest curbs, one analyst said
Japanese PM Fumio Kishida said the two nations had been working to achieve a free and open Indo-Pacific under "an increasingly severe strategic environment"
Carmakers in China delivered a million cars to dealers in the first nine months of this year – a record number, but a local brokerage said the market looks set to slow in 2023 as demand is softening
The US-China trade conflict and the escalation of cross-Strait tensions have brought serious challenges, TSMC chairman Mark Liu says
The share of defective micro-circuits and components in deliveries to Russian companies from China has increased from 2% to 40% since the invasion in Ukraine, a local report says
About 500 shipments of Cisco Systems gear arrived in Russia in August, months after the US networking giant halting operations in the country, a leaked Customs document suggests
The group estimates net profit for the July-September quarter came in at $765 million-$820 million, which is a rise of 333% to 365% from the same period a year earlier
China's slowdown has hit the capacity of provinces to fund intrastructure projects and led many to shed staff, data from provincial governments shows
The move follows export restrictions imposed by the Biden Administration. YMTC is also being investigated by the Commerce officials on whether it sold chips to blacklisted Huawei
$44-billion takeover bid hits rocky water. But a lawyer for Musk said Twitter's court filing was a "misdirection" and that: "It is Twitter's executives that are under federal investigation."