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HANOI (Reuters): US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin sought on Thursday (July 29) to nudge forward security ties with Vietnam that have been slowly deepening as both countries watch China's activities in the South China Sea with growing alarm.
Many people are working from home on Monday, a luxury not afforded even during the coronavirus pandemicNo casualties have been reported yet, as officials stay on high alert for flooding
Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin said on Tuesday that Beijing's expansive claims in the South China Sea have "no basis in international law", taking aim at China's growing assertiveness in the hotly contested waters.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte unabashedly renewed his threat to kill drug dealers in his final state of the nation speech late on Monday (july 26), while defending his non-confrontational approach in the country's territorial dispute with China in the South China Sea.
‘Made in China, sold on Amazon’ merchants scramble to minimise losses after US platform closes over 50,000 Chinese shops
Several Chinese merchants failed to agree to a legal strategy to challenge Amazon’s ban of their shops for alleged fake reviews. Amazon, whose terms do not allow for class-action lawsuits, is holding onto millions of dollars in assets belonging to the e-commerce sellers, lawyers say.
Wang Luyao failed to make the finals of the air-rifle event despite being a medal favourite. The woman received heavy abuse online; eventually censors stepped in to delete accounts.
Speculation over whether Alibaba will re-enter music streaming gains traction after Tencent loses exclusive rights
A subsidiary of Alibaba Group Holding has applied for a slew of trademarks for its now-defunct music streaming service. Xiami Music, which ceased operations in February, was once Alibaba’s main competitor for Chinese listeners.
China moves to protect food delivery drivers from digital exploitation, knocking stocks such as services giant Meituan
The policy guidelines come as China ramps up a campaign to rein in Big Tech, forcing the sector to put greater emphasis on consumer and worker rights. The guidelines are designed to protect basic labour rights for riders, including a base income, work safety, food safety, a decent working environment.
China’s tech giants go on hiring spree for fresh graduates despite Beijing’s crackdown on the sector
Alibaba, ByteDance, JD.com and Meituan are hiring thousands of new graduates as competition for new talent heats up. Amid a historic crackdown on China’s tech sector, companies are also working to eliminate 996 work culture and answer Beijing’s call to boost employment.
The paper says that Korean government needs to prioritise job creation to solve unemployment in the long-run.