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Technology theft important part of China's effort to 'supplant' US as dominant military power in Asia: Report

Technology theft important part of China's effort to 'supplant' US as dominant military power in Asia: Report

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India, Pharmacy Of The World, Falls Behind On Vaccinations At Home

Several big Indian states, such as Tamil Nadu and Punjab, have covered fewer than 40% of their high-risk people such as nurses, doctors and hospital cleaning staff, worrying the federal government.

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Global Equity Funds Secure Biggest Inflows In Two Years In Week Ended Feb 10

Funds focused on the information technology sector attracted about $7.2 billion in inflows, the biggest since at least mid-March 2019, data for 1,160 tech funds, based on Lipper's sector classification, showed.

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Rupee Settles On Flat Note, Higher By 3 Paise At 72.84 Against US Dollar

The dollar index, which gauges the greenback's strength against a basket of six currencies, declined 0.01 per cent to 90.42.

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Gold Firms On Faltering Dollar, Stimulus Hopes

Spot gold rose 0.3% to $1,842.90 per ounce by 0716 GMT. Prices hit their highest since Feb. 2 at $1,848.40 on Tuesday. U.S. gold futures gained 0.4% to $1,845.30.

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Apple iPhone 12 Mini Sales Slow As Smaller Smartphones Lose Appeal

Smartphone users have switched to larger devices in recent years as they devour more video content on-the-go and binge on visually rich social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok and Snapchat.

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Huawei Founder Says Hopes Biden Administration Will Have 'Open Policy'

Huawei achieved positive growth for both 2020 revenue and net profit, Ren said, adding that the company continued to see significant levels of confidence from its customers.

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Focus On Chip Shortage Hurting Production As Japanese Automakers Report Results

Chipmakers who supply auto companies outsource most of their production to contract manufacturers like Taiwan's TSMC, which analysts say, often prioritise orders from electronics clients who account for nearly all their revenue.

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Buyers Shun Major Malaysian Palm Oil Producers After Forced Labour Allegations

FGV and Sime Darby are two of the world's biggest palm oil producers and both were banned by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) last year over the alleged use of forced labour during production.

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UK COVID-19 variant spreading rapidly across US, may soon become dominant by March: Study

UK COVID-19 variant spreading rapidly across US, may soon become dominant by March: Study

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US conducts joint Guam drill with Australia, Japan to counter China

US conducts joint Guam drill with Australia, Japan to counter China

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Gold Eases On Higher Treasury Yields, Rebounding Dollar

Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,810.65 per ounce by 0319 GMT. U.S. gold futures eased 0.1% to $1,811.10.

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US will hold China accountable for abuses of international system: Blinken tells Chinese counterpart in phone call

US will hold China accountable for abuses of international system: Blinken tells Chinese counterpart in phone call

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Retail Frenzy Stalls As Focus Falls On Regulator Meeting

Traders can now buy as many as 500 GameStop shares, up from a limit of 100. The limit on AMC shares was set at 5,500 and buying limits on other stocks were removed.

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Trajectory of Sino-US relations rests with Xi

Trajectory of Sino-US relations rests with Xi

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