Intel recently scrapped a $5 billion deal to buy an Israeli semiconductor manufacturer — primarily because China dragged its feet on giving the regulatory green light for the deal.
Adam Posen of the Peterson Institute says that implementation of the zero-COVID policies made people feel "very insecure."
The companies must let American regulators inspect their financial audits, a fight that stretches over 20 years.
The U.S. and China have been engaged in a trade war for nearly four years. What's the scorecard?
The two countries canceled 44 flights, tit-for-tat style, in January. But few people are flying between the U.S. and China anyway.
China has increased its participation in setting global technological standards. Some in the U.S. are concerned. Should they be?