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2 Billion Yuan Jackpot – Huawei To Reward Its 194,000 Staff With Mega Bonus & Double October Salary

Some 6 months after Trump administration officially banned Huawei, the Chinese tech company is still alive and kicking. Even though the war is not over, the battle has been well fought. During this period, key U.S. components and software like Google’s Android operating system, Synopsys’ semiconductor design tools and Skyworks’ radio frequency chips remain unreachable to Huawei.   […]

... written on Nov 12 2019

Unstoppable!! – Huawei Expects Smartphone To Grow 20% In 2020 Even With Trump Blacklisting In Place

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei once predicted the Chinese tech giant would be hit so badly by the U.S. ban that it could earn US$30 billion less revenue for the year. That amount was later reduced to US$10 billion. On Tuesday (Nov 5), some five months after Mr. Ren first made the shocking prediction, […]

... written on Nov 06 2019

Mahathir Frustrated The World’s Largest Trade Deal RCEP Fails Again – Here’s Why India Spoils The Party

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has expressed his disappointment over the failure of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP). Despite 7 years of negotiations since it was first formally launched in November 2012 at the ASEAN Summit in Cambodia, the proposed free trade agreement has failed to reach consensus – again.   “We are very disappointed. […]

... written on Nov 04 2019

The U.S. Debt Breaches $23 Trillion For The First Time In History – More Than 7 Times Of China’s Foreign Reserves

Admiral Michael Mullen, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, once said – “The most significant threat to our national security is our debt. He commented that back in 2010, when the federal debt totalled US$13 trillion. Nine years later today, Donald Trump has taken over from Barack Obama. But the debt continues its […]

... written on Nov 02 2019

Singapore Shows Off Flying Volocopter – But German Lilium Proves It’s A Reality To Fly In A Taxi For $70

Flying cars or taxis for urban and other short-distance travels is possible. Airborne vehicles as replacement for conventional automobiles, however, are still years away from reality. So if someone tells you that flying vehicles are commercially available at the end of the year, take such idiotic statement with a pinch of salt. Issues such as […]

... written on Oct 23 2019

A Panicked Mahathir Now Fears Trade Sanctions After India Plans To Boycott Malaysian Products

For months, Mahathir Mohamad had been enjoying himself – bashing and condemning everyone and every country he didn’t like, as if the world revolves around him. He has slammed the U.S., Hong Kong, India, Israel, Singapore and even Myanmar. In the process, he has insulted the Hindus, Chinese, Jews, Americans and practically everyone who was […]

... written on Oct 22 2019

China Opens Its Banking & Insurance Sector To Foreign Investors – But There’s A Catch!

China, the world’s most populous country, has benefited most from being a member of the 164-country WTO. It has already become the biggest global exporter. But for the last 17 years since the “Middle Kingdom” joined the free-trading World Trade Organization, foreign companies have been kept in the queue waiting to enter the world’s largest […]

... written on Oct 18 2019

Germany Ignores The U.S. Pressure – Welcomes Huawei To Build 5G Networks

Germany has finally presented its decision over foreign vendors’ participation in building 5G network for the country. In defiance against the U.S. wish, it will not ban Chinese telecoms giant – Huawei Technologies Co. – from its 5G mobile networks, saying that it want’s to create “a level playing field” for all vendors.   The […]

... written on Oct 17 2019

China Warned “Stay Tuned” Retaliation – Here’s Why Trump Blacklists 28 Chinese Organizations

Stock market plunged more than 300 points after it shows that the existing US-China trade war has become worse. In the run-up to high-level trade talks in Washington this week, relations have deteriorated between the world’s two-largest economies. Unlike in the past, it appears both Beijing and Washington were serious about going for each other’s throats. […]

... written on Oct 09 2019

Zero Commissions! – Online Stock Trading Is Now “Free” After Schwab Stunningly Cuts Fees

On the same day China shows off military might at the 70th anniversary parade, the United States stock market fell by nearly 350 points. On Tuesday (Oct 1), the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) finished lower – losing 343.7 points. But it had little to do with the Chinese revealing its nuclear ballistic missiles that […]

... written on Oct 02 2019









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