When foreign companies are perceived to have crossed China’s red lines, a boycott usually follows.
For South Korea, it’s been three years and counting, hitting industries like entertainment, travel and grocery stores.
The movie industry needs to sell tickets in China, so it often accepts Beijing's demands.
"I have to talk to the government because they can't do what they want," one protester said.
For decades, skeptics have accused China of doctoring its GDP and other statistics.
China's Shuoke sports equipment factory says robots have helped triple its production.
Bigger than Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday ... combined.
It's the biggest shopping event of the year, and smaller American companies may feel the impact, analysts say.
National security officials are reportedly investigating the popular social video app because of its user data practices.
For China and other countries, the 5G rollout is a global technology race.