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Lenovo warns of price hikes to absorb U.S. tariffs, shares slide

Aug 15 2019

China's Lenovo Group, the world's largest PC maker, warned it will have to raise product prices if U.S. tariffs increase, sending its shares tumbling 6.5% to two-month lows.

China's Tencent cautious after surge in quarterly profit

Aug 14 2019

HONG KONG China's Tencent Holdings , the world's largest gaming company by revenue, warned on Wednesday of a difficult economic environment even as it reported a better-than-expected 35% jump in quarterly profit.

Huawei unveils Harmony operating system, won't ditch Android for smartphones

Aug 09 2019

DONGGUAN, China/HONG KONG Huawei Technologies unveiled on Friday its proprietary operating system for smartphones and other devices, as U.S. trade restrictions imposed in May threaten to cut the Chinese firm's access to U.S. technologies such as Android. | Video

Exclusive: China's Huawei seeks compensation from Flex over withheld goods

Aug 06 2019

HONG KONG Huawei Technologies said it was seeking compensation from its contract manufacturer Flex Ltd for illegally withholding some 400 million yuan ($57 million) worth of its goods in the wake of a U.S. trade ban on the Chinese firm.

Promotions and patriotism: 'Battle Mode' Huawei sees China smartphone sales surge

Aug 05 2019

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG When 23-year-old Chinese student Aaron Huang started his hunt for an Android replacement for his Apple iPhone in April this year, it was clear which brand was trying hardest to win him over.

Flex says China jobs impacted after Huawei row

Aug 05 2019

HONG KONG Flex Ltd , a contract manufacturer for Huawei that is locked in a dispute with the Chinese tech giant over about $100 million worth of assets, said the market situation was affecting some of its jobs in the Asian nation.

Huawei warns on U.S. ban after China smartphone sales drive first-half revenue

Jul 30 2019

HONG KONG/SHANGHAI Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies warned on Tuesday a U.S. trade blacklisting will impact short-term revenue growth, even as its half-year revenue surged 23% thanks to soaring smartphone sales at home. | Video

World News

Iran tanker heads to Greece, U.S. warns against helping vessel

An Iranian tanker at the center of an angry confrontation between Iran and Washington sailed for Greece on Monday after it was freed from detention off Gibraltar, as Washington called the release unfortunate and warned Greece and Mediterranean ports against helping the vessel.