The former chief of the US securities regulator will tell lawmakers that companies should also have to show how they would react in a Sino-US crisis
Industry observers say the sanction-hit Chinese tech giant will be able to source the advanced chips needed domestically by the end of the year
Republican lawmakers argue the Science and Technology Agreement should be allowed to expire as it benefits China’s military
China’s defence minister Li Shangfu appealed for the two superpowers to seek common ground and cooperation, at an Asian security summit
The firm said it was now "out of crisis mode” following years of painful US curbs and sanctions that blitzed its telecoms business
A week after it first entered US airspace, the Chinese ‘spy balloon’ was sent crashing into the Atlantic dragging with it nascent optimism for a Sino-US detente
The decision signals a degree of renewed cooperation between the world's two largest economies which are locked in a heated trade and technology war
The Biden administration had been mulling over whether to scrap some tariffs in a bid to ease inflationary pressures in the US
President Joe Biden is unlikely to announce a decision until after he speaks to Chinese leader Xi Jinping - a planned call that is yet to be scheduled, his chief spokeswoman said
Inflation is "scary" and hurting Americans financially but is a complicated issue with many causes, Katherine Tai said in remarks to the Washington International Trade Association
It may make sense to weigh lifting tariffs on products including household goods and bicycles, said Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo.
Deputy US Trade Representative Sarah Bianchi said Washington would address long-term challenges from China and develop "a tariff structure that really makes sense"