China intellectual property laws are reason for legitimate concern, but it should not ruin potential collaboration The article Innovation will win, not a trade war was written by Christopher Udemans for TechNode. It is impossible to browse the internet or read the newspaper these days without being informed of the dire threat of a US-China trade war. […]
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The Information reports that retail giant Walmart is thinking about getting into the streaming video business with a new platform – and edge out the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video with cheaper subscriptions. The company is said to be considering offering plans at under $8 a month, along with an ad-supported free tier. That’d come in at less than Netflix’s cheapest plan in the US ($8 a month) and Amazon Prime Video ($8.99 a month). That’s all well and good, but it’s worth noting that Walmart already has a video streaming service: Vudu. It acquired the platform back… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Netflix
KUALA LUMPUR (July 19): The ringgit is expected to trade between 4.1800 and 4.2000 against the US dollar by the end of this year due to capital flows amid global interest rate differentials, according to the Malaysian Institute of Economic Research (MIER).
MIER executive director Dr Zakariah Abdul Rashid and senior research fellow Dr Zulkiply Omar said normalisation of interest rates besides shifting trade flows will result in weaker demand for the ringgit.