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  • Nothing But Costs As 737 MAX Enters Eighth Month Of Grounding
    Airlines Losing Money As They Cancel 2020 Boeing Flights
    Because Boeing 737 MAX hadn’t been cleared yet to fly, airlines start canceling flights for next year.
  • Executives’ Social Media Expressions Now Governed By Contracts
    U.S. Companies Set Rules On Executives' Social Media Opinion
    A Houston Rocket’s executive’s deleted tweet made companies set rules for their executives' social media use.
  • Minimum Result Of Trade Talks Hopefully Is Stopping Tariffs On Oct. 15
    President Trump To Join Trade Talks On Friday EDT
    If no agreement is reached, a new set of US tariffs start on October 15 on about $250 billion Chinese goods.
  • Further Debt Cases Looming As China Court Does Bankruptcy Ruling
    First Personal Bankruptcy Agreement Granted In China
    A court in Wenzhou, Zhejiang province orders a man to repay only 1.5 per cent of his 2.14 million yuan debt.
  • Rise Of China In LCD Made Samsung Use Resources For Other Technologies
    Samsung’s Huge Bet Of $11 Billion In 65-Inch QD Displays
    Its low smartphone sales and rise of China’s LCD displays made Samsung lessen production and invest in other technologies.
  • Global Tax Proposal Targets Tech Giants And Luxury Goods Firms
    Planning Of Worldwide Tax Rates For Big Companies Set In Motion
    The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is working on a proposal addressing the rise of the global digital economy.
  • Technology And Not China Should Get Blamed For Lost Jobs
    China Blameless For Lost Jobs In US Says International Monetary Fund
    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says that China isn’t why people in developed countries lose their jobs.
  • $20 Million Partnership Of US Boeing And Britain’s Virgin Galactic
    Boeing To Fly First Space Customers Next Year
    US company Boeing is set for outer space with Britain’s Virgin Galactic when they fly customers in 2020.
  • Asian Insurers Are Disproportionately Concerned Says BlackRock
    Insurers More Careful Because of Asia-Pacific's Economic Environment
    The world’s largest asset manager, US-based BlackRock, says Asian insurers are disproportionately concerned with economic growth and asset volatility.
  • Hanweb Software Helps China With Its E-Government Drive
    The $38Bn Electronic Government Reform Of China
    Making it convenient for companies and citizens to access administrative services and avail of other government conveniences, China undertakes e-government reform.
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