After 15 months-long trade war, US and China trade talks to resume again

after 15 months-long trade war, us and china trade talks to resume again

US and China major trade negotiators are scheduled to meet on Thursday to figure out an option to end the 15-month dispute, as new spurs between the two world’s largest economies threaten people’s hope for improvement. Liu He, the Chinese Vice Premier, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, will seek to narrow their differences to avoid the US$ 250 billion worth of China Goods tariff originally scheduled for October 15. Which is about human rights violations of Muslim minority groups in China’s Xinjiang province. But the…

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Verizon Acquires Software and Technology of Augmented Reality Startup Jaunt XR

verizon acquires software and technology of augmented reality startup jaunt xr

Jaunt XR, an AR start-up, has announced the acquisition of its assets. Reportedly, Verizon has purchased all software and technology along with some other properties of Jaunt. Remarkably, the announcement does not reveal whether Verizon is procuring the augmented reality startup. Even more, it is unclear whether the company will keep functioning separately. Thus the exact terms of the deal remain mysterious. As a part of the bid, Verizon will be the owner of Jaunt’s technology and software. Mitzi Reaugh, Jaunt’s CEO, said they are excited with the acquisition deal…

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In NY Unvaccinated Kids Will Not be permitted in school

New York state has become the United States fifth state which prohibited all nonmedical exemptions to vaccines. A new law passed on June 13, after the outbreaks of measles in one of the harshest states on vaccination in the country. On the occasion of school opening and the first day for the students in New York, the implementation of new law of vaccination has created chaos by anti-vaccination activists. According to the new law of vaccination, around 26,000 students have to start receiving vaccination within the first two weeks of…

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