Fearing espionage, the US has been pressuring European governments to review the role of Chinese firms in 5G networks.
US drugmaker’s CEO says Washington could approve vaccine for emergency use in December, Wall Street Journal reports.
US-based electric carmaker says it will start shipping entry-level Model 3 from Shanghai factory to Europe this month.
Investors are concerned that a contested US election result could lead to volatile prices in stocks and other assets.
Cabbage prices have surged an eye-watering 60 percent due to extreme weather, hurting makers of the spicy Korean staple.
Chinese corporate leaders say they do not see much difference in policies of Donald Trump and Joe Biden towards China.
Gross domestic product grew by 4.9 percent in the third quarter after a 3.2 percent expansion in the March-June period.
UK government is due to send letters to 200,000 traders setting out new customs, tax rules as EU trade talks stall.
Clothing brands demand heavy cuts in costs of suppliers, many of whom could be forced to lay off workers, survey finds.
Economic growth is expected to have accelerated to 5.2 percent in the July-September period, economists say.