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JAKARTA: Indonesian Sofa Arbiyanto had a manufacturing job in South Korea two years ago when he learned about the high price of vanilla on the global market, and decided to try his luck at growing it.
SOFA Arbiyanto held a manufacturing job in South Korea two years ago when he learned about the high price of vanilla on the global market and decided to try his luck at growing it.
The jockeying by Microsoft Corp and possibly other US companies to buy TikTok’s US operations shines a harsh light on how American technology giants are falling behind on innovation in social media and other areas of opportunity.
BEIRUT/AMMAN/DUBAI (Reuters) - In May, Syrian tycoon Rami Makhlouf, a cousin and long-time ally of President Bashar al-Assad, took a once unimaginable step.
BEIJING: China hopes the United States will stop taking restrictive and discriminatory action against Chinese firms and create conditions for the implementation of a Phase 1 trade deal, Assistant Minister of Commerce Ren Hongbin said on Thursday.
Facebook Inc and Snapchat owner Snap Inc held talks to buy Dubsmash, the Information reported on Aug 12, putting a spotlight on pop video apps at a time when Microsoft Corp is trying to workout a deal to buy rival TikTok.
Tencent Holdings Ltd tried to reassure investors that US President Donald Trump’s ban on its WeChat messaging service may apply only to its overseas operations, suggesting the impact on the world’s largest gaming corporation should be modest.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese gaming and social media giant Tencent Holdings Ltd said second-quarter net profit rose 37%, beating market estimates, on higher demand for its video games as coronavirus put a dent in other entertainment options.
SElangkah is introducing a QR code which OKU users can print as a card to simplify the contact tracing registration when entering premises.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Trade negotiators from the United States and China will discuss the implementation of the phase one trade deal in the coming days, with China likely to bring up issues surrounding TikTok and WeChat, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday (Aug 12), citing sources.