US-China trade tensions on display China leads in innovations for mobile 2 days ago   02:31

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Trade tensions between the US an China take center stage at the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. While tech giant Huawei has a large presence at the show, other Chinese companies are staying away.
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peekaboo peekaboo
As usual --- Biased reporting by DW against the Chinese.
Water & Sky
Lol, they can't compete with China so they whine and whine about "muh poar trade deficit" — it's so typical Anglo-Saxon. Their British predecessors did the exact same thing a couple of centuries ago, but thankfully the Chinese are no longer technologically backwards and can defend themselves adequately in case the USA decides to go belligerent and start "Opium" War 3.0
World's Netizen
LOL, isn't TPP the earlier international strategy that moves the whole supply chain out of China? Trump was right again? LOL, he reverted the entire situation of NK and Taiwan under the name of reversing every political legacy of Obama, which make the CCP greater again. Trump is the CCP's global real estate/interest representer who is named the US' Deng Xiao Ping by his Chinese Trumptards.
T2
Who cares about the U.S. China doesnt sell hamburgers anyway.
Stranded in Utah
Selling Hauwei: At this price you will get top of the line features and be monitored by the Communist Party of China.
Unname Lastname
China ruin the world economy. F small dics
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China leads in innovations for mobile US-China trade tensions on display 2 days ago   04:30

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A mobile revolution is changing the way people do business in China. Companies there are integrating brick-and-mortar stores with cellphones to create a more high-tech consumer experience. Ben Tracy reports.

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