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Japan’s Fair Trade Commission dropped a request for the delay of Rakuten Inc’s plan for free shipping, following the e-commerce company’s decision to scale back the offer.
Since the coronavirus outbreak began in China, where a large share of the world's spare screens, batteries and other spare parts are made, repairs can take days and even weeks for some phones and tablets.
The delayed launch of Rakuten Inc’s mobile network in Japan was made official on Tuesday in Tokyo, with the online retail giant announcing price plans far below those of the incumbent leaders.
With the annual Geneva car show canceled for the first time since the World War II era, automakers are going virtual in a bid to wow the hordes who would otherwise descend on the Swiss city to get a closer look at the latest models.
A brewing fight about which country has the right to tax some of the world’s most profitable companies, including Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google, could devolve into a multi-front trade war, regardless of whether President Donald Trump is still in the White House.
Tesla is in advanced stages of talks to use batteries from CATL that contain no cobalt in cars made at its China plant.
Amazon.com Inc sellers are bracing for product shortages as Chinese workers may be unable or unwilling to return to idled factories.
France and the United States agreed on Jan 23 on how to press ahead with a global rewrite of cross-border tax rules for the digital era.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Jan 13 warned Silicon Valley not to bolster China's "Orwellian" state, two days before the world's two largest economies sign a partial trade deal.
US trade regulators said on Jan 10 they will investigate wearable monitoring devices, including those made by Fitbit Inc and Garmin Ltd, following allegations of patent violations by rival Koninklijke Philips and its North America unit.