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China's three step program outlines its aim to use AI in a number of areas from the military to smart cities.
For the first time ever, China will allow imports of American rice.
China has agreed allow U.S. rice imports for the first time, even though trade talks between the two countries stalled. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
The Trump administration and Chinese officials have different goals when it comes to the outcome of trade talks, says William Reinsch at the Stimson Center.
Diversity is important to fix Silicon Valley's decades-long cultural problems, experts told CNBC at the RISE tech gathering in Hong Kong.
North Korea's economy grew at its fastest pace in 17 years in 2016, South Korea's central bank said Friday, despite international sanctions.
As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump turned China's currency into a campaign issue, but GOP stumbles are now strengthening the yuan.
Chinese firms make up 109 of the companies the Fortune Global 500 list. Brian O'Keefe of Fortune Magazine weighs in on Chinese firms' updraft.
A secretive U.S. panel has objected to at least nine acquisitions of U.S. companies by foreign buyers this year, people familiar with the matter said.
Yao Gang, former vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, has been dismissed from the Communist Party and public office.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
U.S.-based payment card companies are preparing to submit license requests to operate in China within months.
Cardinal Health has put its China business up for sale, drawing keen interest from state-backed Chinese pharmaceutical firms.
China is tightening control over foreign companies' internet use in a move some worry might disrupt their operations.
Reasons the U.S.-China talks broke down could include conflicting expectations or the U.S. "changing goal posts," says Scott Kennedy at the CSIS.
Jon Medved, CEO of OurCrowd, talks about how the crowdfunding platform is allowing investors to support Israeli companies focusing on the Chinese market.