According to a report, a major concern from the Chinese firms companies is that Britain's biggest chip designer could restrict access of its architecture to mainland businesses.
The statement comes amid the Trump administration's contentious campaign against the world's largest provider of IT equipment, which has reportedly slowed the global rollout of 5G networks.
Consumer spending has picked up since the pandemic brought economic activity to a halt in March. But the rebound is being fueled largely by certain sectors, including big-box retailers and home-improvement chains. And while overall spending remains below pre-pandemic levels, the online retail sector is continuing to grow.
Areas of division in the talks include the scale of assistance to state and local authorities, tax credits Democrats want for lower-income families, liability protections that Republicans are pushing for but Democrats oppose, and a repeal of a credit for past business-tax losses that the GOP wants to keep but Dems strongly oppose.
The changes in net revenue have reportedly led the company to adjust their full-year outlook already "to a low double-digit increase".
The news comes ahead of a crucial spectrum auction next month, which was delayed due to a government IT security review, according to the Scandinavian nation's telecom regulatory authority.
Nuclear power does not provide a clean and renewable source of energy which states can depend on, and those who argue otherwise are either misinformed or being disingenuous, a journalist who specialises in environmental issues tells Sputnik.
US stocks fell on Monday based on pessimistic news that negotiations on a new COVID-19 stimulus package would likely fail, even as coronavirus cases in the US and Europe continue to rise rapidly.
The 737 Max, grounded worldwide after two deadly plane crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia, killing 346 people, has been inching its way closer to resuming commercial flights, with European regulators announcing last week that changes have made the plane safe enough to operate there before year-end.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - A Texas high tech company has won a $47-million contract to search for frozen water resources at the South Pole of the Moon, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) said in a press release.
With only some 2,500 of BP's global workforce accepting a golden handshake to leave voluntarily, the balance of the 10,000 lay-offs announced by CEO Bernard Looney in June as part of 'greening' the oil giant will be made based on staff performance ratings.
The US aerospace firm has been reportedly cleared for progress in talks to return to Europe's skies, despite uncertainty with US regulators following two deadly crashes and information leaks on the company's conduct, it was revealed on Friday.
Forty years after a small fishing village became the country's first special economic zone, China's authorities are once again pinning their hopes on Shenzhen as the main engine of innovative development.
As folks begin to plan their holiday travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new US government-backed study has led United Airlines to boldly claim that COVID-19 exposure aboard its aircraft is "virtually non-existent” when face masks are worn.
Profits for the second-largest carrier in the US have plummeted amid the ongoing pandemic due to a steep decrease in passenger demand, it was stated during the firm's third quarter reports.
There will be two million commercial vans in the UK by 2025 and a company owned by a Russian entrepreneur are planning to seize a chunk of the market. Arrival’s electric vehicles will have zero emissions and should prove popular among delivery firms keen to appeal to green customers.
At the II international online session of the "Barents Euro-Arctic Region Against Coronavirus", heads of the Barents Euro-Arctic region area noted that a 10-18% rise in the unemployment rate is one of the problems caused by the pandemic.
The Trump administration is considering restricting the activities of China's Alipay and WeChat Pay payment services, Western media said, citing sources familiar with the situation. The pretext for the restrictions was said to be national security concerns – the services allegedly collect user data that is then provided to the Chinese authorities.
The Rwanda Development Board said the country could make $10 million per hectare by cultivating the narcotic, which is now used for medicinal purposes, creating much-needed jobs and forex revenue during the coronavirus pandemic.
The presidents of France's Medef, Italy's Cofindustria and Germany's BDI warned the consequences of a no-deal Brexit would be delays at ports and borders, trade tariffs, border controls and unnecessary red tape.