American brands have traditionally enjoyed an elevated status in China. But as homegrown companies offer innovative products at lower prices, research suggests the dominance of US companies is beginning to wane.
Security and regulatory troubles on both sides of the Atlantic threaten the future of China’s ZTE and Huawei. But to what extent are the recent disputes linked to Trump's attempts to rein in Beijing's economic ambitions?
China may not be competing on the pitch in Russia, but it is omnipresent at the World Cup. DW's Frank Sieren predicts China's role in international football is set to grow tremendously.
A Chinese court has temporarily barred the US chipmaker from selling semiconductor products in the country, escalating a trade dispute between China and the US that's engulfing industries from steel to electronics.
As the US seeks to curb Chinese cybertheft and forced technology transfers, DW asks how vital it is that the US preserve its tech dominance? At issue is Beijing's state-backed industrial policy "Made In China 2025."
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