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HONG KONG (AFP): Hong Kong led most Asian markets lower Wednesday (Oct 27) with tech firms in the firing line after China Telecom was banned from the United States, adding to already fraught tensions between the superpowers as concerns lingered about inflation.
After being stuck in the testing stage for two years, US-based Epic Games is pulling the plug on Fortnite in China, shutting down its servers on Nov 15.
After kicking off a year ago, China’s big tech crackdown has forever changed the lives of hundreds of millions of people in China and beyond.
BEIJING (AFP):Top Communist Party leaders wrapped up a key meeting in Beijing by passing an important resolution on the country's past, state media said Thursday (Nov 11), which is expected to cement President Xi Jinping's grip on power.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets edged up as investors remained bullish about the outlook for the global economy while the dollar extended gains at the end of a week that saw inflation in the United States and China hit highs not seen in decades.ccvv
NEW DELHI: India reopened its borders to mass foreign tourism, ending a 20-month clampdown as coronavirus infections across the country remain low and vaccination rates rise.After halting tourist visas in March last year, India is now allowing quarantine-free entry to fully inoculated travellers from 99 reciprocating countries. The government only requires such tourists to monitor their health for 14 days after arrival.
Singapore's Temasek cuts losses in Chinese education stocks, trims Alibaba and Didi Global stakes after missteps, US filing shows
Temasek Holdings cut its losses on Chinese education and technology stocks while trimming its stakes in Alibaba Group Holding and Didi Global in the third quarter, after walking into a regulatory minefield and a global sell-off.
Regulators in China have asked ride-hailing giant Didi to draw up a plan to delist from the United States over data concerns, a report said Nov 26, as Beijing continues its tight scrutiny of domestic tech giants.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Singapore-based virtual currency exchange Coinstore has begun operations in India at a time when the Indian government is preparing legislation to effectively bar most private cryptocurrencies.