New Visa Freeze By Trump Administration Targets Foreign Workers

An extension of a halt in issuing of green cards as well as a suspension of visas for foreign workers being allowed in the United States till 2020 announced by President Donald Trump. The new visa policy announced by Trump is expected to affect a high-skilled tech workers, non-agricultural seasonal helpers, au pairs and top…

EU And China To Hold Video Summit To Dissuade Current Tensions

The relationship between the European Union and China had sourced in recent months after the EU had alleged that China has spread disinformation about the novel coronavirus pandemic and about China’s role in managing the emergence of the pandemic and its spread to the rest of the word. The two sides are now trying to…

Anti Racial Discrimination Wave Forces Colgate To Review China’s Darlie Brand

Spurred by the ongoing global debate about racism that originated in the United States following the death of a black man while being forced to the ground by a white policeman, companies have also been induced to reassess and review the aspect of stereotypes in their products, branding and advertisements. This is currently being done…

Chinese Video App TikTok To Be Probed By EU Over Data Processing And Privacy Issues

After it came under the scanner of the authorities in the United States over security concerns, Chinese-owned short video app TikTok now is set to be face regulatory scrutiny in Europe. The data processing activities and privacy practices across the European Union of the ByteDance-owned app will now be investigated by the e European Data…

Rights Group Alleges Zoom Temporarily Shut Down Its Account Following Even On Tiananmen Square Anniversary

Allegations against the video conferencing company Zoom had temporarily shut down the account of a United States based group that supports human rights in China after the group had organized an event on the platform to remember the Tiananmen Square massacre of China. The group described the incident of blocking their account as outrageous. The…

U.S. bipartisan bill aims to provide more than $22.8 billion for establishing domestic chip factory

A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers have introduced a bill which aims to provide more than $22.8 billion in aid to U.S.-based semiconductor manufacturers. The development comes at a time when the Trump Administration is making efforts to spurr the construction of chip factories in the United States. Chip factories come with a hefty price…

New Report Predicts Airline Job Cuts In UK May Be Same As 1980s Mining Industry Slump

A new report on the airline industry of the United Kingdom has warned that a jobs crisis in British aviation industry that is comparable to the scale of the coal mining industry’s collapse during the 1980s was on the cards because of the grounding of air travel during the coronavirus pandemic. This report from the…