The US’s Bureau of Industry and Security added 31 new Chinese entities to an "Unverified List" on October 7, a move that affects fields like electric vehicles, aerospace and even smartphones.
Chinese tech giant ByteDance's short video platform TikTok is now currently facing investigation by U.S. government agencies over its handling of child sexual abuse material.
Autonomous driving startup TuSimple is looking to sell its business in China and focus on the U.S. market, after the startup reached an agreement with the U.S. government to restrict the China unit's access to data.
The New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday said it no longer plans to move forward with delisting three Chinese telecom companies.
On Thursday June 7, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced a new agreement with Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation that will replace the earlier suspended denial order imposed by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).