US President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked former President Trump's executive orders trying to ban Chinese short video app TikTok and instant communication app WeChat over national security concerns and issued a new order to review security concerns posed by these apps, the White House said.
US President Joe Biden plans to amend a Trump-era restriction on investments in companies found to be affiliated with China's military after the former administration’s policy confronted legal challenges, Bloomberg reported.
On Jan. 17, the Trump administration apprised several Huawei suppliers to stop selling to the Chinese company, including chipmaker Intel.
On Jan.6, China's Foreign Ministry responded to U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order banning transactions with eight Chinese software applications
The U.S. Department of Commerce announcedto allow ByteDance’s TikTok to continue to operate in the U.S. on Nov. 12
Tencent has hired a Washington lobbying firm, making its first move in Washington just one day after US President Donald Trump threatened to ban its social media app WeChat, according to Politico.
US President Donald Trump signaled that he may take action against more Chinese companies, including e-commerce giant Alibaba, after ordering ByteDance to sell its US assets within 90 days.
TikTok’s parent company ByteDance released a statement on Friday in response to the executive order banning US companies and individuals from doing business with it.
Last Friday, US President Trump ordered Beijing Shiji Group to unwind its acquisition of US-based startup StayNTouch, saying such action might threaten to impair U.S. national security.
The U.S. will allow American companies to sell technology to the blacklisted Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei where there is no threat to US national security
Trade tension between the U.S. and China exacerbates as Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, says driving out Huawei is more important than the trade deal.
After the US Commerce Department, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) added Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (Huawei) and 68 affiliated companies located in 26 countries to the “Entity List”, the Chinese technology giant was forced to break commercial ties with multiple partners, Google among the most important ones.
May 15, The US President Donald Trump declared a national emergency over threats against American technologies, the White House stated. The executive order aims to "protect America from foreign adversaries who are actively and increasingly creating and exploiting vulnerabilities in information and communications technology infrastructure and services".
A penalty levied by the U.S. government in the form of a 25% tax on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods came into effect on 12:01 AM EST on July 6, 2018. The 25% ad valorem duty rate is in addition to any pre-existing duty already imposed on the list of goods.
Foxconn, the Taiwan-headquartered electronics manufacturer, opened a new manufacturing facility in Wisconsin, U.S. yesterday. The planned $10-billion plant is considered one of the largest foreign direct investment projects ever in the United States.
On June 18 evening (EDT), U.S. President Donald Trump announced another tarriff on $200 billion worth of imports from China; Ministry of Commerce in China responded immediately saying “it is blackmail and an extreme threat.”
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On May 13, Trump tweeted to lift the ban on ZET that suspended its major business after being stopped from using the components made in the US.
During the 2018 annual conference of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA), Jack Ma said that if China-U.S. economic and trade relations deteriorate, the promise he made last year during a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump to create a million jobs in the United States will become null and void.