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."
Global financial conditions, reflectling the availability of funding, were at their tightest since 2009 in late September, lifted by surging interest rates, falling equities and a soaring dollar
Hedge fund billionaire warns that the US Federal Reserve's determination to keep raising interest rates to counter inflation will create real economic pain
Memory chipmaker confirms that it received an exemption on the new US restrictions. Samsung has yet to comment, but it is also tipped to get a reprieve for its operations in China.
Dimon said the S&P 500 stock index could fall by "another easy 20%" from current levels, but that was likely to "be much more painful" than the 24% so far this year
The chip export control moves could amount to the biggest shift in US policy toward shipping technology to China since the 1990s
New US restrictions on computer chips and chipmaking equipment to China could hurt Chinese foundries set up by South Korean chipmakers, a report says