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China slams US over 'unreasonable crackdown' on Huawei

Beijing (CNN Business)China has lashed out against the United States, accusing it of trying to "kill" Chinese businesses after US prosecutors indicted telecom giant Huawei on a slew of charges.


Ballistic missile can hit moving ships, China says, but experts remain skeptical

Hong Kong (CNN)Chinese state-run media on Monday posted a pointed defense of the capabilities of its so-called "Guam killer" missile, challenging an earlier CNN report that doubted its ability to hit moving ships at sea.


Human 'hot pot' in China invites tourists to take a dip

(CNN) — A Lunar New Year promotion at a hotel in China's Zhejiang province will likely draw reactions of either horror or delight among fans of Chinese hot pot. Hangzhou's First World Hotel, home to the Yunman Hot Spring, has designed one of its hot spring pools to look like one big human hot pot.


There's one huge, mathematical problem with China's offer to go on a big US shopping spree

Doing so would change China from a net creditor to a net debtor nation, and it lacks the financial assets to finance a current account deficit. Take China's offer to load up on US imports with a grain of salt.


China Copied This Advanced Russian Fighter (And Now It Has Big Problems)

Remember that Russian carrier-based jet that China copied without permission? Those airplanes are crashing, and Russia doesn't seem too broken up about it. "The development of the J-15 took more time and more money than expected, and the first planes proved less than reliable," said Kashin. "By spen


Nvidia warns of weakness in China. Stock plunges 16%

New York (CNN Business)China's weakening economy has claimed another corporate victim: Chipmaker Nvidia slashed its sales outlook for the fourth quarter, because of "deteriorating macroeconomic conditions, particularly in China."


U.S. charges China's Huawei with conspiring to violate Iran sanctions

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Monday announced criminal charges against China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, escalating a fight with the world’s biggest telecommunications equipment maker and coming days before trade talks between Washington and Beijing.


A massive Chinese phone company that outsmarted Apple in China and India is now heading to the West

Oppo is largely unknown in the West, but it has teased an official UK launch on Tuesday. It's part of a family of other massive smartphone brands such as Vivo and OnePlus. Oppo will find it tough to break in to the UK market, but it does have a reputation for adding cool new features to its smartpho


2020 presidential candidates court Iowa farmers by blasting US-China trade war

DES MOINES, Iowa -- Aaron Lehman said he's seen his soybean prices drop by 20 percent in the past six months. And he’s not the only farmer feeling the squeeze. ​​​​​ "Like all farmers, we’ve been tightening our belts trying to make ends meet with low commodity prices and the one commodity that kind


Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Secures China’s Bona Film as Investor

China’s Bona Film Group has boarded Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” as a co-investor, the company confirmed to Variety Monday. The company did disclose the value of its investment, or the scale of its stake.


Apple, Nvidia and Caterpillar may be pointing to widespread 'pain' from China's slowdown

Caterpillar and Nvidia are seen as industry bellwethers, and their outlooks often point to wider trends in global growth, said Rodrigo Catril, a senior currency strategist at the National Australia Bank.


China says US indictment against Huawei is 'unfair' and 'immoral'

The U.S. Department of Justice filed criminal charges Monday against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of China tech giant Huawei, and it also announced charges against Huawei for allegedly stealing trade secrets from T-Mobile.


Why China and America Fight Over Chicken Feet

Americans eat a lot of chicken, clocking in at almost 100 pounds per person per year. However, there’s one part of the bird many overlook: the chewy, clawed feet. Chicken feet are a favorite treat around the world. Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam, and many other countries all have their own classic


Detained writer Yang Hengjun left letter calling for a more democratic China

An Australian-Chinese writer detained on espionage charges left a letter calling for a more democratic China, with instructions to release it if he was arrested. Yang Hengjun, who was detained on 19 January, is being held in Beijing on suspicion of endangering China’s national security.


Box Office: ‘Glass’ Maintains No. 1 Overseas, ‘Deadpool 2’ Launches in China With $21 Million

“Glass” dominated the foreign box office for the second weekend in a row as M. Night Shyamalan’s twisted thriller generated another $23.6 million from 55 overseas territories.


China accuses US of a 'blatant breach' of trade policy in WTO meeting

"This is a blatant breach of the United States' obligations under the WTO agreements and is posing a systemic challenge to the multilateral trading system," says a Chinese representative Monday.


What China’s forced military training for students is like

Karoline Kan attempts to weave together a narrative of her generation in her book, Under Red Skies, the first English-language memoir from a Chinese millennial published in the US.


ICYMI: China Has Launched 2 Rockets So Far This Year, Placing 5 Satellites in Orbit

The China National Space Administration has launched two rockets so far in 2019, placing five satellites in orbit for a variety of uses. China's first space mission of the year lauched Jan. 11, with a Long March 3B rocket carrying the Zhongxing-2D communications satellite into orbit from the country


Two major companies — Caterpillar and Nvidia — on Monday blamed China for poor earnings

Caterpillar and Nvidia both cite weaker sales in China in disappointing announcements. "Sales in Asia/Pacific declined due to lower demand in China, partially offset by higher demand in a few other countries in the region," Caterpillar says.


A Tiny Screw Shows Why iPhones Won’t Be ‘Assembled in U.S.A.’

SAN FRANCISCO — Despite a trade war between the United States and China and past admonishments from President Trump “to start building their damn computers and things in this country,” Apple is unlikely to bring its manufacturing closer to home.