Washington: U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina M. Raimondo held an introductory call on Thursday with the Minister of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China Wang Wentao when she expressed concern over Beijing's 'unfair and market-distorting industrial policies'.
Washington: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said China poses the most significant challenge to the nation than any other country.
Washington: US President Joe Biden's nominee to head the country’s Commerce Department has informed the senators recently that she would use punitive tariffs and export restrictions against China.
Washington: The US government has said it will block cotton imports from forced labour camps in China's Xinjiang region where millions of Uyghur Muslims are persecuted.
Washington: Turab Lookman, 68, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, was sentenced on Sept. 11 to five years of probation and a $75,000 fine for providing a false statement to the Department of Energy.
Washington/Sputnik: The Chinese Embassy in the United States has slammed Washington's statements on the threats supposedly inflicted by Beijing in the South China Sea as "completely unjustified," the spokesperson for the diplomatic mission said.