The U.S. and China have been raising tariffs on each others’ goods since summer 2018. Most recently, China imposed duties ranging from 5 percent to 25 percent on $60 billion in U.S. goods on June 1. That move came in response to the U.S. increasing tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent on $200 billion in Chinese goods May 10, reported CNBC. … [Read more...] about A Third Of American Companies In China Will Cancel Or Delay Investments. Even More Are Considering Leaving: Survey
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“The recent protests in Iran have been led by feminists, environmentalists, syndicalists, teachers and workers’ unions, i.e. the natural allies of the left. But when it comes to the Middle East, many on the western left has chosen completely different allies: dictatorships, militarists, and totalitarians,” Omid Shams, an Iranian exile and academic at the University of Portsmouth, wrote on the Open Democracy blog. … [Read more...] about Iranian Protests Pose New Challenges To The Regime’s Future
Commenting on a study by Stanford University, she noted that in 2014, a Chinese travel-agency call center estimated each employee who worked from home saved 375 U.S. dollars based on higher productivity, 1,250 dollars in office expenses, and 400 dollars from reduced attrition. … [Read more...] about Spotlight: Pros and cons of work-from-home amid lingering COVID-19 pandemic in U.S.
Mr Justice Warby added that the decision to keep the identity of the friends anonymous was an interim one. If any of them are called as witnesses to the trial, which is expected to take place next year, their identities could still be revealed, subject to a court decision. … [Read more...] about Prince Charles has been in ‘regular contact with Prince Harry to provide emotional and financial support’ despite being hurt by book revelations
The genius is that it is a kind of public-interest commercial company: licensing state-of-the art instruction sets that can be implemented in silicon architecture by everyone. It was in nobody’s pocket. Its business, as its chief founder, Tudor Brown, acknowledges, relied on it never betraying its neutrality. The menace of Son was that, while, in fairness, he has kept his five-year promise (expiring next July) to retain Cambridge as Arm’s headquarters and built up its workforce, he could never offer the guarantee of vital independence. On top of that, he is a deal-maker who flips companies and strips off frontier IP. A future owner could almost trash Arm in the pursuit of its own commercial ends. … [Read more...] about This tech giant up for sale is a homegrown miracle – it must be saved for Britain