Huawei files legal challenge to FCC restrictions
"Banning a company like Huawei, just because we started in China -- this does not solve cybersecurity challenges," said Song Liuping, Huawei's chief legal officer.
International robot expo kicks off in Guangzhou
The most influential robot and intelligent manufacturing expo in South China, the RoboIMEX, kicked off in Guangzhou on November 30th.
Foreign companies continue to benefit from China's further opening-up
With increasing beneficial policies and greater opening-up, China continues to provide huge opportunities for foreign companies and stimulate the vitality of market entities.
Huawei says ready to help Ukraine develop broadband
Chinese telecom company Huawei is ready to provide the Ukrainian government with a draft plan for the development of broadband communications, a Huawei official said here Tuesday.
Chinese banks eye stronger governance of data
The Chinese banking industry's self-regulatory organization on Wednesday said more technological standards are in the pipeline to help better govern torrents of data in the sector.
Alibaba makes robust debut in Hong Kong market
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. made a strong debut on the main board of Hong Kong stock exchange Tuesday with share price rising 6.59 percent on the first trading day.
International Finance Forum permanent site breaks ground in Guangzhou
A groundbreaking ceremony for the permanent site of International Finance Forum (IFF) was held on November 24th in Nansha District.
Global Intelligent Industry Conference kicks off in Guangzhou
The 3rd Global Intelligent Industry Conference & Exposition 2019 as well as the Global Innovative Technology Exchange Conference was held in Guangzhou from November 23rd to 25th.
China's Huawei unveils FreeBuds 3 earphones in Kuwait
Chinese technology and smartphone giant Huawei unveiled its FreeBuds 3 earphones on Thursday to Kuwaiti consumers.
China, U.S. trade teams to maintain close communication: MOC
Chinese and U.S. economic and trade teams will continue to maintain close communication, a spokesperson with the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.