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LONDON: Britain will look to break down digital trade barriers to help its businesses export their services, the country's newly appointed trade minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan (pic) will say on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will look to break down digital trade barriers to help its businesses export their services, the country's newly appointed trade minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan will say on Monday.
As online shopping skyrockets during the pandemic, e-commerce platforms and consumer rights groups are calling on users to help weed out unscrupulous sellers.
With cyber attacks on companies becoming more common, even the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) has not been spared.
Intelligent digital health platform enables affordable frequent or daily testing to restore normalcy to live, work and play.
HANOI (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): A Vietnamese delegation led by Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyễn Hồng Diên attended economic ministerial-level consultation meetings between Asean and its partners – the US, Hong Kong (China), India, the European Union and Russia – held via video conference in the framework of the 53rd Asean Economic Ministers’ Meeting on Tuesday (Sept 14).
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Efforts to develop an African base for COVID-19 vaccine production will focus on trying to replicate Moderna's shot, but a lack of progress in talks with the U.S. company mean the project will take time, a senior WHO official told Reuters.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Cabinet on Tuesday (Sept 14) approved new visa and tax measures to attract “high-potential” foreigners, in a bid to boost Thailand’s Covid-hit economy.
(Reuters) -Mercedes are open to compromise on Formula One's future engine rules to make it easier for the Volkswagen Group to enter the sport, motorsport head and F1 team boss Toto Wolff told reporters at the Italian Grand Prix.
Jeremy Pelter of the Bureau of Industry and Security tells congressional advisory panel China deals have led to nearly US$6 million in penalties and finesUS is also developing common export controls with allied nations to further restrict Chinese access to sensitive technologies, he says