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.
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 world’s No1 producer is on target to see steel exports rise to 77 million metric tons this year thanks to strong demand from Southeast Asia and Africa
The Reserve Bank of India said the country's current account deficit stood at $1.3 billion or 0.2% of GDP in January to March, the fourth quarter of 2022/23 fiscal year
Cancelled Prigozhin weekend mutiny set to have an impact on US dollar, yen, commodities and bonds when markets reopen
Global lithium demand is predicted to exceed supply by 500,000 metric tons in 2030 despite 45 mines operating in the world last year and 11 more due to open
The European Union is set to lay out strategies on 'de-risking' trade with China and other potential military rivals
The speed of the yuan's slide has caught many off-guard. JP Morgan recently downgraded its year-end yuan forecast, from 6.85 per dollar to 7.25 per dollar.
Foreign minister Qin Gang said the US should interfering in China's internal affairs and harming its security interests in a call on Wednesday to Blinken, who is due in Beijing on Sunday
Dozens of fossil fuel companies have set net-zero emissions targets, but these moves are regarded as "largely meaningless" because most fail to address key concerns
The US banned imports from Ninestar, a large Chinese maker of printers, and Xinjang Zhongtai Chemical, saying their products involve use of Uyghur forced labour
Bulk carrier has been accused of 'grave robbing' by British press, after allegedly scavenging from warships sunk during World War II