Almost 30 years ago, a cargo ship flying the flag of the People's Republic of China entered the Port of Seattle harbor. It was the first time a Chinese cargo ship had entered a US port in 30 years.
Wrestling with high inventory, companies expand their presence and reduce their prices in China.
China is in hot pursuit of the US, and it will soon be ready to overtake.
China's rich increasingly leaving the country on investment immigration programs for various reasons.
ENN Group Co Ltd, one of China's largest private companies, is rolling out plans to establish a network of natural gas fueling stations for trucks along US highways.
State University of New York at Stony Brook said it's establishing two new programs at the Charles B. Wang Center for art and cultures of Asia.
Suntech Power Holdings Co, one of the world's biggest makers of solar panels, will close its only US manufacturing facility next month.
For Thoufique, who works at a Dunkin' Donuts on Canal Street in lower Manhattan next to Fung Wah Bus Transportation, it has meant a loss of hundreds of customers.
China and the United States are expressing hope for developing their relationship in the sensitive and controversial area of cyber security.
A top International Monetary Fund official warned of the need for China to follow through on plans to shift its economy from an investment-driven model to one that relies on domestic consumption.
Hisense Co Ltd, China's largest TV maker by market share, is looking to increase its overseas revenues over the next three years.
Renren Inc, regarded by many as China's Facebook, said it lost money during the fourth quarter.