Huawei sanctions relief draws criticism from US lawmakers
A truce in the US-China trade dispute that could ease restrictions on Chinese telecom giant Huawei has caused an uproar in Washington over national security concerns.
Pence says Nike ignores the 'Abuse of Human Rights' in China
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence says Nike is helping to silence free speech in China. This after China cut ties with the NBA because of a tweet sent by the Houston Rockets general manager about the protests in Hong Kong. Pence spoke in Washington.
Why Apple is moving Mac pro production to China
Apple Inc. will manufacture its new Mac Pro computer in China, the Wall Street Journal reported. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has more on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."
China halts Canadian meat imports over fake certificates
China has stopped accepting shipments of meat from Canada after food inspections revealed residue of a restricted feed additive. Canadian authorities are investigating the case, which coincides with a diplomatic dispute.
Tracking global market expectations from G20 summit
U.S and China have tentatively agreed to a trade war truce ahead of the G-20 summit scheduled to commence today in Osaka, Japan. Uchenna Minnis, Chief Market Analyst at Eagle Global Markets joins CNBC Africa to discuss expectations for the summit and for a focus on the global oil markets.
What to expect from China's Data Dump
China is set to release May data on retail sales, investment, and production. In the data investors will look for how the Chinese economy has held up amid trade tensions and how successful the government's stimulus measures have been.
US loses billions as Chinese tourists stay away over trade war
The number of arrivals from China to the US fell last year for the first time in 15 years. The Chinese are the world's highest-spending foreign visitors and their tourism dollar is sorely missed.
Apple said to mull shifting 15-30% of output from China
Apple is asking major suppliers to evaluate the cost implications of shifting 15% to 30% of production capacity from China to Southeast Asia, Nikkei reports. Meanwhile, A group of chief executive officers of American corporations are set to meet with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang this week as the simmering trade war ensnares companies from both countries, sources say.
Swiss bank UBS loses bond role in China after economist's pig comment
One of China's biggest state-run infrastructure companies has decided to exclude UBS from a bond deal. A senior economist at the Swiss bank sparked a furor in China after he used the phrase "Chinese pig."
U.S. lawmakers denounce Hong Kong’s extradition bill
Hong Kong lawmakers have delayed debate on a controversial bill that would allow extradition to mainland China. The decision came as tens of thousands of demonstrators protested outside the legislative council.