Processor Chip Law Ups Tension with China

Processor Chip Law Ups Tension with China

As processor chip production is encouraged in the United States, China calls the move an attack on international trade. This week, President Biden signed a law which promises billions in grants and aid to those who would invest in U.S.-based chip factories. It is...
U.S. Retail Sector Being Hit Hard by COVID-19

U.S. Retail Sector Being Hit Hard by COVID-19

The growing threat—and, yes, the growing panic—about novel coronavirus, known more familiarly as COVID-19, is going beyond affecting travelers. It’s harming manufacturing in China, too, and that’s harming businesses in the U.S. Eighty percent of smartphones and...
Wuhan Coronavirus Is Having a Ripple Effect on Airlines

Wuhan Coronavirus Is Having a Ripple Effect on Airlines

In 2003, when the world was wracked by both the outbreak of SARS in eastern Asia and the second Gulf War in the Middle East, global air traffic fell by a massive 19 percent. Air travel carriers in the Asia-Pacific areas lost billions in revenue and a large chunk of...
Starbucks Wants to Conquer China’s Coffee Culture

Starbucks Wants to Conquer China’s Coffee Culture

Starbucks is already one of the most recognizable brands in the United States. Stand on any street corner in any U.S. city, and you’re likely to see one of their locations, if not several. But the company is not content just to dominate the domestic market. They have...
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