But Taipei stopped short of calling it a deliberate act and admitted there was no clear evidence to show the Chinese ships were responsible
China's foreign minister warns that Taiwan is an internal issue solely for Chinese people and that mishandling the issue would rock US-China relations
Companies winning US chips subsidies would be barred from joint ventures or expansion in ‘foreign countries of concern’ like China for 10 years
Japanese investors sold a net 2.15 trillion yen ($15.6 billion) in foreign equities in February, their largest monthly selloff since April 2021
Shares in Hong Kong, Sydney and Shanghai took a tumble, while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was 1.7% lower; dollar rises to 3-month high
The Japanese auto giant’s outlook was still stable, said S&P, citing its financial discipline and sound balance sheet
The Apple contractor has been carefully building an electric vehicle supply chain including the purchase of an Ohio auto production line
SoftBank has reportedly picked Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and Mizuho Financial Group to lead the US listing.
The world's largest contract chipmaker is diversifying and has new plants planned in the US, Japan, and possibly in Germany.
New US rules are expected to cover private-equity and venture-capital investments in advanced semiconductors, supercomputing and some forms of artificial intelligence
The automaker’s CEO Toshihiro Mibe said developments on new low-carbon e-fuels could help keep combustion engines around for another 20 years
Decision is a blow for the British government, which hoped to lure the chip designer home, but not unexpected, as SoftBank always favoured a US listing and needs to replenish its coffers