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(Reuters) - GameStop Corp shares more than halved in value on Tuesday and silver prices retreated as the Reddit-driven trading frenzy that roiled stock and commodity markets appeared to fizzle, at least for now.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Prominent U.S. lawmakers warned a Pacific ally that China risked undermining the security of a sensitive undersea cable project if a cut-price, state-backed bid wins a tender process overseen by development agencies, a letter reviewed by Reuters shows.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The United States has warned Pacific island nations about security threats posed by a Chinese company's cut-price bid to build an undersea internet cable, two sources told Reuters, part of an international development project in the region.
WUHAN, Sept. 4 (Xinhua) -- A delegation of 40 chief executive officers and senior executives from 20 multinational companies' China branches on Friday visited Wuhan, a city once hit hard by COVID-19.
HELSINKI, Aug. 4 (Xinhua) -- The Finland-based tyre manufacturer Nokian Tyres made a 22.8-million-euro (26.9-million-U.S. dollar) loss in the second quarter (Q2) of 2020, compared to the operating profit of 98.8 million euros in Q2 of 2019, said the company in its financial report on Tuesday.
MUMBAI/HONG KONG: Finnish network equipment maker Nokia has secured a multi-year contract to boost the capacity of one of India's largest mobile operators, the firm announced on Tuesday (April 28).
Two arrested, cops on trail of 2 more suspects in robbery of woman
Barcelona (AFP): On Wednesday (Feb 12), organisers of the Mobile World Congress cancelled the world's top mobile trade fair due to fears stemming from the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak that sparked an exodus of industry heavyweights.
To counter Huawei threat, U.S. should consider taking 'controlling stake' in Ericsson, Nokia - attorney general
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Calling China the biggest threat to America, U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Thursday the United States should actively consider putting its "financial muscle" behind Finland's Nokia