Former US Air Force scientist tells Financial Times he is angry at wasted opportunities
Release of Meng Wanzhou may signal thaw in chilly US-China ties, brings relief to global bank at centre of storm
While the Chinese leader's coal statement was welcomed, critics say China has over half the world’s coal plants and that Xi failed to reveal if Beijing will stop projects already begun or approved.
Japanese leaders say trade group would need to assess if China can meet its 'extremely high standards', while China's state media claims the move would put 'overwhelming pressure' on the US to rejoin the trade pact
Industry round-up: Tokyo is moving to 'secure' critical metal sites; while US industry players want tax incentives for producers of rare earth magnets; and Customs data from China show that rare earth exports have been flat since April
Micronesia will use US funds to lay an undersea cable between two of its four states on part of a route proposed under a previous project that failed to materialise amid geopolitical wrangling
China plans to propose rules that would ban companies with large volumes of sensitive consumer data from listing in the...
Taiwan responded to US senators urging it to help address the global shortage of auto chips by saying it would do its part
Companies supplying US manufacturing plants have enjoyed a huge jump in business since President Biden announced his push for electric vehicles