Big Tech Faces New Bill on Liability and Competition in the US

A bill seeks to prevent US tech giants like Amazon. and Apple, give their own products an advantage over their competitors. America’s biggest tech companies would face new constraints under…

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US Exporters Benefit from Gas Crisis

US gas exporters see skyrocketing prices as a fantastic business opportunity. Many want to create fresh capacities in order to benefit from the global scarcity. However, this does not fit…

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Mexico ‘ Retains the Crown’ as the First US Trade Partner in the First Half

In the first half of 2021, Mexico was crowned as the first commercial partner of the United States by surpassing Canada and China, since from January to June a total…

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Business Movements Total US $ 820 Million in Colombia

Until February, 25 mergers and acquisitions were carried out, which is 138% more than in the same period of 2020. In the first two months of the year, 283 mergers…

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The US Wants Facebook and Google to Pay Newspapers for Using Content

A bill submitted by both houses of Congress would provide American publishers with legal backing to demand technology giants pay for the use of their content; The proposal has garnered…

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US: Signs of Soaring Real İnterest Rates

Investors regard real interest rates as the starting point for the rebound of risky assets, which subsequently brought global stock markets to record highs. However, the recent surge in real…

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TikTok US Advertising Business is doing Well Trump’s Threat is Gone

TikTok executives even offered to repay the money if they were banned from doing business in the United States, but advertisers from major brands still withdrew. But when Biden’s victory…

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Trump Fuels Trade War with China

A few weeks before his departure, US President Donald Trump continues to fuel the dispute between the United States and China. The US government is blacklisting the largest Chinese chip…

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Retail Sales in the US Stood at 0.3% in October Lower than Expected

Retail sales in the US stood at 0.3% in October, below that expected by experts who had forecast a monthly growth of 0.5%. The data for September also showed higher…

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The US Stocks Have Recently Risen Strongly

U.S. stocks developed individually last Friday. U.S. consumer prices rose for three consecutive months, reflecting that the economy has gradually emerged from the haze of the epidemic. The Dow rose…

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US Fed And Blockchain Test Operation

The Federal Reserve Board (FRB) of the US central bank on the 13th, details concerning the test of the distributed ledger technology (DLT) which was done in 2019 utilizing the…

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Apple to Reopen 100 US Stores…

Apple to reopen 100 US stores, some of which can be entered with thermometry and wearing masks. Apple Inc.  announced on the 26th that it will resume operations at approximately…

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