U.S. tries to drive Chinese security equipment manufacturer Nuctech out of Europe

According to documents and people familiar with the matter, the United States is targeting Nuctech, China's largest security equipment manufacturer, saying its expanding business in Europe poses a threat to Western security and business.

China launches mega-dollar action to force China-US technology competition

China plans to invest at least US$1.4 trillion in 5G, artificial intelligence, and data centers in the next five years. This plan may lead to a more intense technology competition between the United States and China.

U.S. approves sale of Grindr, a Chinese dating app that has raised national security concerns

US national security officials approved a deal by an investor group to acquire Grindr, a gay dating app from a Chinese company, after the Trump administration had raised concerns about the possible theft of American personal data.

Global Times editor tweeted that China may retaliate against U.S. actions against Huawei

Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the Global Times, said that if the United States prevents the export of microchips to Huawei, China may retaliate.

WeChat monitors foreign users to stringent censorship system

A new report from the Citizen Lab of the University of Toronto’s security research group shows that WeChat, is monitoring its international users to strengthen the censorship mechanism used to control users in China.

China tightens regulations on the procurement of technology equipment

China has introduced new and strict cybersecurity regulations for the purchase of technology equipment, which may put foreign technology products at a disadvantage in the Chinese market.

Qiming Venture Capital completed a fundraising of US $ 1.1 billion in new funds, mainly investing in Chinese startups

Qiming Venture Capital announced on Thursday that the company has completed the fundraising of a new fund with a size of US $ 1.1 billion, focusing on investing in startups in China's healthcare and technology sectors.

Under the epidemic, are Chinese technology stocks a safe haven?

Investors bet that the Chinese government's support for 5G and the chip industry may be correct, but it is wrong to think that the development of the technology industry will not be frustrated by the new epidemic and geopolitical friction.

Affected by the outbreak, Google and Microsoft stepped up to move some production capacity out of China

Google and Microsoft are stepping up their efforts to shift their hardware product capacity from China as the coronavirus epidemic spreads.

Chinese companies adopt AI less than Americans

A new study finds that China, which is widely regarded as a global leader in artificial intelligence in terms of AI adoption by non-startups, lags behind the United States and several other countries; this indicator is an important part of the AI ​​strategy .

Trump declares support for exporting high-tech products to China

Hardliners in the Trump administration are pushing to block high-tech exports to China, but this broad effort hit an obstacle on Tuesday: President Trump himself. Trump has issued a series of tweets criticizing efforts by some within the White House and the Department of Commerce to halt the export of controlled technologies such as jet aircraft engines and semiconductors to China.

U.S. considers new measures to restrict China's access to chip technology

According to people familiar with the matter, the Trump administration is considering taking new trade measures against China. By adjusting relevant regulations, it will allow the Commerce Department to require chip companies around the world to obtain US licenses before they can use US equipment to produce chips supplied to Huawei.

MSCI Mingsheng will include Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail and Kingsoft into the index tracking Chinese stocks

Global index provider MSCI Mingsheng will include Beijing-Shanghai High-speed Railway Co., Ltd. and Kingsoft into the MSCI China A-Onshore Index and MSCI China All-Share Index.

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New coronavirus isolates China from the world and weighs on global economy

A new coronavirus epidemic is isolating China from the rest of the world. It is rare for such an integral part of the global economic system to face such sudden and indefinite segregation. The consequences are beginning to reveal.

Tech industry fears Chinese outbreak could delay supply

As the coronavirus epidemic hits China's vast manufacturing network, affected by prolonged factory downtime and labor shortages, the world's largest technology companies are facing supply chain disruptions.

U.S. Department of Home Affairs imposes no-fly order on Chinese-made drones

US Department of the Interior officials plan to formally introduce a no-fly rule for drones made in China or with Chinese parts, but exceptions will be given when drones are needed to help respond to natural disasters and other emergencies.