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NEW DELHI (Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc and India's Tata Group warned government officials on Saturday that plans for tougher rules for online retailers would have a major impact on their business models, four sources familiar with the discussions told Reuters.
India is researching lithium battery alternatives for electric vehicles, leaning into the country's abundance of aluminium.
India is growing increasingly assertive in its efforts to control online communications, challenging Twitter and Facebook’s practices and threatening to set a precedent that could extend far beyond its borders.
Malaysia took fifth place among countries with high commitment to cybersecurity, according to the Global Cybersecurity Index 2020 report.
Expert say parents need to understand what children are doing online.
Greek islands are exploring renewable energy options, not just to go green, but to become independent from larger neighbouring islands which previously provided energy.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Mexican financial authorities on Monday said that crypto assets are not legal tender in Mexico and are not considered currencies under current laws, warning that financial institutions that operate with them are subject to sanctions.
Its Deputy Minister, Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin said KKMM would go to the ground to see and monitor the areas without Internet access or poor coverage and take immediate action.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp's board appointed CEO Satoshi Tsunakawa as interim board chairman on Friday after shareholders displeased with corporate governance at the Japanese conglomerate's ousted Chairman Osamu Nagayama.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Toshiba Corp shareholders ousted the chairman of the board on Friday, delivering a powerful rebuke to the company after management was found to have colluded with the Japanese government to put pressure on foreign investors.