By Toby Sterling AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The recently retired CEO of semiconductor equipment maker ASML said in an interview with Dutch radio station BNR on Saturday that U.S.-China disputes over computer chips are ideological and not based on facts, and they

By Zhang Yan and Colleen Howe China's EV battery giants CATL <300750.SZ> and BYD <002594.SZ> are eyeing the growing market for stationary energy storage. Here are the numbers behind their energy storage business: CATL has ranked first globally in terms of battery

By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) - China and the European Commission have agreed to start talks on the planned imposition of tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles (EVs) being imported into the European Union, opening the door to potential de-escalation. The European Commission

By Maria Martinez BEIJING (Reuters) - Proposed European Union tariffs on Chinese goods are not a "punishment", Germany's Economy Minister Robert Habeck told Chinese officials in Beijing on Saturday. Habeck's visit to China is the first by a senior European official since

China tech: Not too many years ago, the list of universities with the greatest scientific impact was dominated by the US (from Stanford to MIT Boston) and the UK, while today, the traditional balance of global academic excellence is marked

By Beijing newsroom and Farah Master and Donny Kwok BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing hopes the European Union will reconsider tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles and stop going further in the "wrong direction" to shield its auto industry from competition, according to

By Yelin Mo, Zhang Yan and Casey Hall BEIJING (Reuters) - Tesla released a software upgrade for its in-car navigation system in China on Friday, introducing new features such as displaying lane markings on its maps that correspond to the actual

Exploiting China's growth to impose himself and his creature on the world stage and then disappearing from the public scene for criticising the Beijing government's choices. This is the story of Jack Ma, real name Ma Jun, who became Jack thanks

In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats, one name has emerged as a harbinger of potential chaos: Volt Typhoon. This sophisticated cyber operation, backed by the Chinese state, has been silently infiltrating critical infrastructure in Western countries, particularly the United States.