Trump Shifts Tech Cold War onto Google
The U.S. government would look into national-security concerns raised by billionaire investor and Facebook board member Peter Thiel about Google’s ties to China.
Huawei Ban is Not Trump’s Trade Bargaining Chip
A bipartisan group of US senators proposed a law on Tuesday to prevent Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Technologies from doing business with US companies without Congressional approval instead of relying solely on an executive order by President Donald Trump, thus limiting his ability to use the firm as a bargaining chip in trade talks with Beijing.
Out with the Old and In with the New in Shandong
Shandong province, a manufacturing heavyweight in eastern China, will press ahead with plans to cut capacity in inefficient “old” industries, even though it will hurt short-term growth, the provincial party chief said.