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After US sanctions, Huawei turns to new businesses to boost sales | Business and Economy News

Six months after the Trump administration dealt a crushing blow to Huawei Technologies Co.’s smartphone business, the Chinese telecommunications giant…

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Meng Wanzhou’s extradition hearing enters final round in Canada | Boycott Divest and Sanctions News

The US has accused Huawei founder’s daughter of misleading HSBC bank about the telco’s business dealings in Iran. Huawei Chief…

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Officials to resign from Texas power grid operator after outages | Telecommunications News

Texas governor welcomes resignations, saying ERCOT’s ‘lack of preparedness and transparency’ is unacceptable. Officials at the Texas power grid operator…

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Texas freeze leaves millions in northern Mexico without power | Telecommunications News

Mexico’s government-owned utility says operations were stunted as the winter storm in Texas froze natural gas pipelines. Freezing weather in…

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Indian firm bets on local manufacturing, stock soars 824 percent | Business and Economy News

Almost three decades ago, Sunil Vachani borrowed $35,000 so he could start making 14-inch television sets in a rented shed…

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Chinese telecoms firms seek review of US delisting move | Regulation News

New York Stock Exchange had removed three China telecoms firms after former US President Trump’s executive order barring investments in…

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Samsung Electronics’s vice chairman Jay Y Lee sent back to prison | Business and Economy News

The verdict sidelines Jay Y Lee from important decisions at the world’s biggest electronics firm in a time of global…

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