Government shutdown may last 6 Months, Mercury's reid says
Morris Reid, partner at Mercury, discusses U.S.-China trade negotiations and the outlook for the government shutdown.
After 20 years, China’s auto sales sputter into reverse
The growth engine for the world’s car industry has been thrown into reverse. China recorded its first yearly fall in auto sales in more than two decades, the victim of slowing GDP growth and the U.S.-China trade war.
How the trade war is hurting the world's smartphone makers
The U.S. trade war with China is spreading uncertainty for Apple, Huawei, and every other big global technology company.
After Apple, the White House says expect more earnings cuts
Following Apple's major downward sales revision which weighed the stock down 10%, the White House is now saying Donald Trump's trade war with China will force other companies to take similar action to revise their earnings forecasts lower too.
China suggests detained Canadian think tank may have breached law
China's foreign ministry said on Wednesday that detained NGO worker Michael Kovrig could have broken the law since his employer, the International Crisis Group (ICG) is not legally registered in China.
China summons U.S. Ambassador over Huawei CFO
China’s foreign ministry has summoned the U.S. Ambassador to China in a protest over the arrest of Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, and said it will take “further action” if needed.
Trump injects Huawei arrest into trade talks
A day after the Huawei CFO was freed on bail in Vancouver, a second Canadian citizen has gone missing in China, prompting speculation Beijing is retaliating for Meng Wanzhou's arrest.
Tough play: China's Pro gamers
Alice Zhang is living her dream. She earns money playing computer games. But to survive in China's booming gaming scene you have to keep winning and attract sponsors. And, in this male-dominated industry, that's far from easy.