Chinese telecoms giant Huawei on Wednesday accused the US of "protectionism" after Congress labeled it a spy threat, and offered to lay bare its source code and equipment in Australia to allay fears.
Despite bleaker business prospects over the past year, US companies operating in China continue to see it as a "bright spot" in which to do business, according to the president of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.
The US has been urged to relax restrictions on high-tech product exports to China and eliminate unreasonable regulations for Chinese companies investing in its country.
Solyndra's lawsuit against some Chinese solar panel makers over the firm's bankruptcy raised questions, with some industry analyst calling its intent "political".
A State-owned Chinese fertilizer company has signed a 10-year potash supply agreement with Prospect Global Resources Inc.
China's direct investment in US hit a record high in 2012, despite election-year rhetoric against the country and a congressional report.
Apple's largest store in Asia opened in Beijing on Saturday. The store is Apple Inc's third in Beijing and its sixth on the Chinese mainland.
China will properly handle a World Trade Organization ruling in a dispute over US exports of a specialty steel product after its appeal against the ruling was rejected.
Talks to sell Hawker Beechcraft's operations to China's Superior Aviation Beijing Co have collapsed.
Lenovo has taken on 40 former employees of rival Motorola at its new Nanjing smartphone research and development center.
"When the going gets tough, the tough get going," says an aphorism often ascribed to the late Joseph Kennedy, father of the late US president John F. Kennedy.