Zambia, whose external debt amounted to more than $17 billion at the end of 2021, was the first African country to default in the pandemic era
Trading in the Hong Kong digital bank's stock, which was regularly noted on Reddit's WallStreetBets this week, has seen its market cap pass Goldman Sachs since listing last month
YMTC's new chip marks a breakthrough for the company and helps it close the gap on rivals including the US's Micron and South Korea's SK Hynix.
The visit will do nothing to ease political gridlock for the planemaker, whose CEO said last week 737 MAX deliveries to China remain blocked by Covid and geopolitical tension
Experts say there could be major impacts, such as price surges, if Washington limits shipments of US chipmaking equipment to memory chip producers in China
Beijing suspended imports of fruit and fish from Taiwan on Wednesday and halted exports of sand, while also announcing 'disciplinary action' against four companies and two foundations
Video games designer is in talks to spin off its China unit amid concern over foreign data storage and interest in expanding to the metaverse
Four Chinese companies based in Hong Kong, plus one in Singapore and one in the UAE have been targeted by a third round of US sanctions against firms trading in Iranian oil
Nio said it will rev up the construction of battery swapping stations in Europe with a view to expanding car sales in Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday added Alibaba to a list of Chinese companies that could face delisting from US exchanges, triggering an 11% drop in its shares.
Tesla, the world's largest seller of EVs last year, maintained its lead in the first six months of this year despite running into a few hurdles, the report said
The US company said it expects third-quarter revenue to fall between $26 billion and $28.5 billion, a second successive year-over-year decline