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Switzerland hopes for early signing of FTA with Vietnam and also closer cooperation between the two countries
Vietnam and Switzerland have agreed to soon conclude negotiations on a free trade agreement (FTA) between Việt Nam and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), of which Switzerland is a member.
MORE pet dogs and cats coming into Singapore can now be quarantined at home instead of at a facility.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Tata group is in talks with three states to invest up to $300 million to set up a semiconductor assembly and test unit, two sources familiar with the matter said, as part of the conglomerate's push into high-tech manufacturing.
Dyson has terminated its relationship with supplier ATA IMS Bhd following an audit of the Malaysian company's labour practices and allegations by a whistleblower, the firm famed for its high-tech vacuum cleaners.
High-tech home appliance maker Dyson Ltd told Reuters it had cut ties with supplier ATA IMS Bhd following an audit of the Malaysian company’s labour practices and allegations by a whistleblower, sending ATA shares plunging.
KUALA LUMPUR: Dyson has terminated its relationship with supplier ATA IMS Bhd following an audit of the Malaysian company's labour practices and allegations by a whistleblower, the firm famed for its high-tech vacuum cleaners told Reuters.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell is the first to admit few people had heard of his small town of Taylor in Central Texas before South Korean conglomerate Samsung announced it was building its new $17 billion chip factory there.
As well as being a neighbour to tech giants like Facebook and Google, the city of San Francisco is also taking a global lead when it comes to investment in green technologies. This is one of the conclusions to emerge from a study identifying the most innovative cities.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ilya Sachkov, the head of a Russian cybersecurity firm, on Tuesday appealed to President Vladimir Putin to let him be moved to house arrest while he awaits trial on treason charges after his detention was extended until February.
Right-to-repair advocates hope that Apple's change will serve as a wedge into the restrictive practices of other companies, some of which have been waging years-long battles to protect their stranglehold on repairs.