Samsung Just Lost a Big Legal Battle With Huawei in China

“Over many years, Samsung Electronics has pioneered the development of innovative mobile technologies through continuous ... still has several on-going lawsuits with Samsung in both China and the United States. Additionally, Samsung countersued Huawei ... ( read original story ...)

China condemns U.S.' Syria attack

BEIJING -- With President Xi Jinping out of the United States and no longer President Donald Trump's guest, China's state-run media Saturday denounced the missile strike on Syria, which the U.S. president told Xi about while they were finishing dinner ... ( read original story ...)

WeChat: 800 Million Users You Can’t Afford to Ignore

However, the sheer size and velocity of China’s affluent consumer population, combined with the highest rates of mobile internet usage on the planet — 7 in 10 internet users log in via smartphones, with fewer than half of new internet users owning a ... ( read original story ...)

China anti-graft body investigating chief insurance regulator

China's top leaders have pledged this year to address financial ... Xiang's name and position has been removed from the CIRC's website, www.circ.gov.cn, although news about him remains. As head of the insurance regulator, Xiang oversaw rapid growth of ... ( read original story ...)

China spending on robotics to near $60B in 2020

Manufacturing continues to dominate China spending in robotics, with discrete and process manufacturing accounting for over 50% of spending in 2016. From a technology perspective, China spending on robotic systems, which includes industrial, service and ... ( read original story ...)

China anti-graft body probing chief insurance regulator

BEIJING (Reuters) - The head of China's insurance regulator is being investigated for suspected disciplinary violations, the country's top anti-graft body said on Sunday, bringing the most senior financial regulator to date into the government's fight ... ( read original story ...)

Beijing approves first bike-sharing IPO

Public investors will soon get a taste of one of China’s hottest businesses after bike-sharing company Youon won regulatory approval for an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. Officially known as Changzhou Youon Public Bicycle System ... ( read original story ...)