While the Chinese authorities are supportive of its use, US lawmakers are wary of privacy limits being breached
Financial markets the world over are looking at the US-China trade war with a great deal of concern. Last week, a Chinese spokesperson said that the US would have to reverse its “wrong actions" before talks could continue. Global financial markets are not happy. Most of them finished in the red during the latter half of the week, except India’s, which was reacting to the country’s election news.