UK Seeks A Quick Trade Deal With Japan By This Year End

The United Kingdom is very keep to complete a trade agreement with Japan within this year, said British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab. For this purpose, the UK wants to start negotiations on trade with Japan within the next few weeks, Raab said after his meeting with his Japanese counterpart Toshimitsu Motegi. The Japanese minister has…

Cyber Attacks Could Be A Retaliation Method of Iran Against The US

According to experts, one of the ways that Iran could take revenge on the United States for having killed the country’s top general Qasem Soleimani in a air strike ordered by President Donald Trump was through cyber attacks. “Iran has a long history of politically motivated cyber attacks across the world,” Evercore analysts Ken Talanian…

Turkish electric car project to see investment of $3.7 billion

On Friday, Turkey’s official gazette stated, its new domestic electric car project will receive a fixed investment of $3.7 billion (22 billion lira) over a period of 13 years, and will have an annual production capacity of 175,000 vehicles. Its new domestic electric car project, launched on October 30, will receive state support, including tax…

Huawei should be allowed to bid in building Italy’s 5G network infrastructure: Stefano Patuanelli

Following an influential parliamentary committee calling on Rome to block China’s Huawei to build Italy’s 5G telecom infrastructure, the country’s industry minister stated, Huawei should be allowed to bid for Italy’s 5G spectrum. “We have passed legislation that guarantees national security. With the right defenses, the possibility of (Huawei’s) access is not up for debate,”…

Facebook, Google has up to Nov. 2020 to comply to Australian competition rules

On Thursday, Australia made it lucidly clear to technology giants Facebook Inc and Google Inc that will have to agree and comply to Australia’s new rules, designed to ensure that they do not abuse their market power and damage competition, failing which the government will impose new controls on them. In a statement, Australian Prime…

Huawei’s Influence In UK Infrastructure Could Get Diluted As BT Looks For More Vendors

Amidst pressure from the United States for a boycott and with the European Union lawmakers passing a law earlier this week pledging to increase the number of suppliers of equipment for 5G networks, the Chinese telecom equipment making giant Huawei is set to face a challenge in the United Kingdom because the leading telecom service…