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Nicholas Lardy of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says China's new foreign investment law is an "important step forward," but acknowledges concerns over enforcement. » Read More
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Alex Wong of Ample Capital says China's technology sector has a "catch-up game" to play with its U.S. counterparts.
Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer says China's economic data has been better than expected, and the idea that the economy could be bottoming now could push asset prices higher.
China would do well for itself to get its unsustainable trade imbalance with the U.S. out of the way — quickly and resolutely, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
The Department of Transportation inquiry is focused on a safety system suspected of factoring into the crash of a Lion Air flight, The Wall Street Journal says.
China thinks a solar power project in space to beam energy back to Earth is a viable idea. The renewable-energy concept has been around for decades and continues to have its backers and detractors.
The French president views African development as key to France's global ambition.
Jim Lowell, CIO of Adviser Investments, and Jim Lacamp, UBS senior VP of Wealth Management, join "Squawk on the Street" to discuss the progress being made on a trade deal between the U.S. and China, and how the markets will react.
Chinese negotiators suggest combining a long-discussed state visit by President Xi Jinping to the United States with the announcement of any forthcoming trade deal, according to three sources briefed on discussions. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports.
China's rush to pass a new foreign investment law on Friday is likely not enough to appease the demands of the U.S. in ongoing trade negotiations, analysts said.
SenseNets, a Chinese company that makes facial recognition technology which is used by the government in Beijing, says Microsoft is a partner. But Microsoft says it has no connection with the controversial firm.
Tommy Xie of OCBC Bank discusses points from the press conference at the closing of China's National People's Congress including support measures, tax cuts and economic growth targets.
Huawei is developing its own operating system for smartphones and laptops, but the company says it would only be used in "extenuating circumstances."
Helen Zhu of BlackRock says policymakers in China may deepen interest rate reforms instead of moving the benchmark rates. She says the authorities could use "new ways" to ensure that liquidity goes to the places that need it the most.
The European Commission on Wednesday concluded that palm oil should be phased out from transport fuel due to environmental concerns, sparking backlash from Malaysia, a top producer of the versatile commodity.
Jeff Small of Arbor Financial says he doesn't expect a trade deal because China does not want to give U.S. President Donald Trump a victory. There could be a 10 to 15 percent drop in markets if the deal falls through, he says.
China's slowing economic growth, tighter credit conditions and rising bond defaults are putting pressure on corporate cash flows, according to a survey by French trade insurer Coface.