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BEIJING, July 4 (China Daily/ANN): Beijing said on Friday that it will take necessary measures to uphold the legitimate rights of its businesses in India after New Delhi announced the exclusion of Chinese companies' participation in highway projects and additional scrutiny of imports from China.
IT IS common to hear about activities to celebrate particular roles and professions, such as Mothers Day (second Sunday of May), Teachers Day (May 16 in Malaysia), Labour Day (May 1) and even International Women’s Day (March 8).
Statues represent memories of the past, both glory and shame. With Bristol taking down the statue of slave trader, later philanthropist Edward Colston (1636-1721), US protestors have started taking down statues of Civil War or slave-tainted personalities. Law and order President Trump want to protect statues against desecration.
After six years in Japan, Uber Technologies Inc is finally coming to Tokyo.
Indian tech and entertainment firms are looking to capitalise on sudden opportunities arising from a government ban on Chinese owned apps, including the wildly popular TikTok, with one rival video app saying it had added 22 million users in 48 hours.
Zoom, one of the few success stories of the Covid-19 pandemic, now faces a new competitor in an app backed by Asia’s wealthiest person, Mukesh Ambani.
A group of European digital advertising associations on July 3 criticised Apple Inc's plans to require apps to seek additional permission from users before tracking them across other apps and websites.
Srinagar, India, July 3 (AFP): Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a surprise visit to India's northern frontier region with China on Friday in his first trip to the area since a deadly border clash last month.
For Chinese cloud services companies, the coronavirus outbreak has become a rainmaker, bringing in new business far and wide as firms shift work online and authorities develop apps and systems to help contain outbreaks and manage social restrictions.
IN recent weeks, the number of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia has dwindled. The imposed recovery movement control order (RMCO), which will last until Aug 31, gave leeway to more sectors of the economy to resume operations.