Discount retailer Dollar Tree reports that it will miss its analysts' profit expectations for this quarter, blaming the shortfall on the tariff costs imposed by the United States government on products it imports from China.
Chinese IT company ByteDance agrees to divest from the U.S. branch of TikTok, in light of U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to ban the app within the country. If the deal is approved, Microsoft will handle the app's personal data rather than ByteDance, averting a main source of contention with U.S. officials.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) bans Huawei scientists from reviewing submissions to its peer-reviewed journals, due to the "severe legal implications" of U.S. sanctions against the Chinese company.
Huawei files for a summary judgment, seeking to expedite its March lawsuit against the U.S. Government, challenging the constitutionality of "Section 889" of the National Defense Authorization Act that bans U.S. executive government agencies from procuring Huawei and ZTE telecommunications equipment based on national security.
Huawei sues the U.S. Government to challenge the constitutionality of "Section 889" of the National Defense Authorization Act which prohibits U.S. executive government agencies from procuring telecommunications equipment from two Chinese companies, Huawei and ZTE.
Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui summons US ambassador Max Baucus to protest a US naval patrol close to Beijing's man-made islands in the South China Sea. Zhang called the US patrol "extremely irresponsible" and urged Washington to cease actions that harm China's sovereignty and security.