US ban on sales to China's ZTE opens fresh front as tensions escalate
LONDON/NEW YORK/HONG KONG (April 17): The United States has banned American firms from selling parts and software to China's ZTE Corp for seven years, potentially devastating for the telecoms equipment maker and exacerbating tensions between the world's two largest economies.
The move, first reported by Reuters, comes at a time when the two countries have threatened each other with tens of billions of dollars in tariffs in recent weeks, fanning worries of a full blown trade war that threatens global supply chains as well as business investment plans.
Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive officer of DoubleLine Capital, said on Tuesday that U.S. Treasuries are "not attractive" even though the benchmark 10-year Treasury yield crossed the critical 3 percent threshold earlier in the day.
One of the co-founders of Rotten Mage, Chin Yi Kian, spends more than 500 hours and a "few hundred" dollars developing his own game called, Serious Scramblers, his take on Nokia's Rapid Roll.
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Today Google became the latest company to replace its gun emoji with a non-lethal alternative — namely, a water pistol. I’ve been an iOS user for as long as I’ve owned a smartphone, but I admit one look at this cute squirt gun had me thinking, “You know, there are perfectly good Android phones that are much cheaper than the next iPhone will be…and I’d get to use the new water pistol.” For context: Over the last five years, several companies have quietly switched their firearm emoji out for water pistols — except for Microsoft, which seems to have gone… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google