Indian Customs blocked Chinese parts, paralyzing some Foxconn factories

According to the latest news on July 3, India suddenly increased its review of imports from China. This move has clearly disrupted the operation and production of Apple’s largest foundry, Foxconn’s factory in southern India, while other companies’ operations in India Also began to be affected. A source revealed that the Indian customs suddenly detained …

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Credit Suisse wins lawsuit and will recover Luckin Coffee’s 300 million debt

According to the documents of the Cayman Islands court, the bank led by Credit Suisse Group won a court order to dissolve the entity controlled by the Lu Zhengyao family chairman of Ruixing Coffee in order to recover the outstanding debt of US$324.1 million. Judge Raj Parker will issue an order to liquidate Primus Investments …

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ByteDance set up Australia office, former Google executive to serve as general manager of TikTok

According to media reports, a few days ago ByteDance set up the first Australian office, with former Google executive Lee Hunter (Lee Hunter) as the general manager of TikTok Australia. Joining Hunt with TikTok is also former Google executive Brett Armstrong (Brett Armstrong), who will serve as general manager of TikTok Australia’s Global Commercialization Solutions …

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Samsung is rumored to reject Huawei’s OEM orders, or it may affect the latter’s production of high-end smartphones

The cooperation between Samsung and Huawei does not seem to be smooth. Recently, foreign media sources said that after Huawei issued an invitation to Samsung to cooperate in the foundry of 5G smartphone chips, the latter did not accept the cooperation, and this order has been contracted by TSMC . Just last month, BIS (American …

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U.S. telecommunications giants T-Mobile and AT&T plan to lay off thousands

According to media reports, after the merger with Sprint, US telecommunications operator T-Mobile faster than originally planned layoffs. At the same time, AT&T, a competitor in the industry, also informed the union that the telecommunications department of the company will lay off more employees. In April of this year, T-Mobile merged with rival Sprint to …

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The high-speed maglev at 600 kilometers per hour is coming ! Successful test run!

On June 21st, CRRC Qingdao Sifang Locomotive and Rolling Stock Co., Ltd. undertaken a high-speed maglev test sample car with a speed of 600 kilometers per hour , which was successfully tested on the maglev test line of Tongji University in Shanghai , which marked an important breakthrough in the development of China’s high-speed maglev …

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SpaceX applies for a telecommunications license in Canada

According to media reports, SpaceX has applied for a basic international telecommunications service (BITS) license to the Canadian telecommunications regulator Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). If you successfully obtain a BITS license, it means that SpaceX’s Starlink project can theoretically try to provide more wireless telecommunications services, including voice and data services. According to Musk’s …

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