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WASHINGTON: When he enters the White House in January, Joe Biden will likely stick with the Trump administration's harsh policies toward Chinese tech giants like Huawei Technologies, bowing to anti-China sentiment among U.S. lawmakers from both parties
PLEASE look beyond the White House for just a few minutes, Asia. The place that matters most for you right now is the Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Building, a few blocks away on Constitution Ave.
IMAGINE a bidder wanting to buy KFC, but being told the deal might not include the Colonel’s 11 secret herbs and spices. That’s effectively what Beijing has told the list of U.S. companies keen to purchase short-video app TikTok: The key ingredients may be out of reach.
World's biggest pork processor, Smithfield says not all plant workers can be socially distanced
LONDON: Britain will on Monday suspend its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in a further escalation of its dispute with China over the introduction of a security law in the former colony, British newspapers reported.
NEW YORK: In the span of a few hours on Friday, Amazon.com Inc banned and then unbanned the TikTok video sharing app from employee mobile devices, calling the move a mistake
LONDON: The world’s governments and central banks are shifting from rescue to recovery mode as the deepest slump since the Great Depression shows signs of bottoming out
HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s stock exchange, seen as one of the potential big winners from a bill last week by the United States Senate to limit listings of Chinese companies, Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEX), now faces what could be an even more rocky year than 2019, when political unrest cooled trading and brought revenue growth to a near standstill.
NEW YORK: The Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation that could lead to Chinese companies such as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd and Baidu Inc being barred from listing on US stock exchanges amid increasingly tense relations between the world’s two largest economies.