Foreign direct investments into Penang leapt 11-fold to about US$2 billion in the first half of this year.
US plans on delisting Chinese companies from stock exchange.
China says US agricultural products would be exempt from added tariffs.
Cancellation causes Wall Street's main stock indexes to fall.
With its superior capabilities and efficiency, and despite Trump’s destructive leadership, the US is far more likely to prevail in the Sino-American cold war than China.
The move by the US challenges the restriction on passage imposed by China, Taiwan and Vietnam in the South China Sea.
Although some countries like Malaysia may gain in the short run, the world loses.
China analysts say the pace of market-driven change has quickened a tad as a result of President Donald Trump’s trade war.
Like other economic superpowers, China grew on the back of manufacturing exports. But, unlike those countries, it is now threatening to compete directly with the West.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says the country is hopeful that a code of conduct for the area will be completed in three years or less.
Beijing would hate nothing more than to resemble the court of the Qing Dynasty in its decline.
China's transport ministry raises its security warning on Chinese-flagged ships to level 3.
China and America are now in the process of relaunching trade talks stalled in May in hopes to remove existing US tariffs.
The Socio-Economic Research Centre suggests ways the government can help facilitate trade diversions and relocation of businesses.
This is to help it consolidate its position as a preferred supplier to customers outside China.
Xinhua reports China's plan to establish a system to ensure 'national security' in technology as the republic faces a trade war with the United States.
This comes in the wake of strong words exchanged between US and China during a regional security summit.
This comes amid moves by the Trump administration to increase support for Taiwan.
investPenang director Lee Kah Choon says Penang's tech sector is in a position to help supply essential items for US and China firms caught in trade dispute.
China's plans to retaliate by imposing higher tariffs on US$60 billion worth of US goods has resulted in Bursa Malaysia to open slightly lower.
The outcome of the US-China trade talks will not be a positive one to lift China's stocks.
The US has been insisting on a mechanism to ensure China follows through on any reform promises and purchasing commitments for American goods.
President Donald Trump said current trade talks with China is expected to be a success.
Bourses rose in the US and in major European and Asian centres, concluding the first quarter with a flourish.
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