In 2015, Chinese regulators said they’d refuse to approve the Apple Watch if Apple Maps didn’t make the Diaoyu Islands appear large even while zoomed out.
“Growth rates we’ve had historically aren’t coming back…It is downhill from here.” To paraphrase the famous 19th-century remark: when China sneezes, the world’s economy catches a cold.
The two-thirds share of all the wealth in the two most affluent countries on the planet, owned by the top 10 percent, has been steadily growing for decades.
Google stopped working with the Pentagon in 2018 after 12 employees quit because of a project helping them make software improving the accuracy of drone strikes.
The Chinese central bank said that digital currencies “cannot be used in the market as money” and banned companies from using cryptocurrency exchanges.
The lunar station will be designed as a “complex of experimental research facilities created on the surface and/or in the orbit of the Moon.”
The trade deficit for U.S. goods was $83.9 billion, the highest ever recorded.
US Treasury Department data show Japan is now the largest holder of US treasury securities with $1.15 trillion.
China was the previous largest holder but has sold off $49 billion in the last year.