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Between slowed Chinese growth, coronavirus concerns, Brexit uncertainty and U.S. trade tensions, the European Union will struggle to keep the economy of its currency area from further shrinking in 2020.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is expanding its probe into five U.S. technology companies -- Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft -- as to whether some of their smaller deals in the last 10 years violated U.S. antitrust laws, The Wall Street Journal reported Feb. 11.
The Indian government is reportedly considering a proposal to offer incentives, including subsidized loans, to suppliers of Amazon and Samsung to establish factories in the country so as to support New Delhi's "Make in India" campaign, Bloomberg reported Jan. 15.
Both Tokyo and Seoul will be reticent to ease their trade spat until the economic toll outweighs the political risk of conceding. But for South Korea, that reckoning will come sooner due to its semiconductor sector's reliance on Japanese exports.
Italy is planning to go ahead with a plan in its draft 2020 budget that would introduce a 3 percent tax on large digital companies' internet transactions with Italian customers, Reuters reported Nov. 15.
The shadow of Jamal Khashoggi isn't hanging over the desert kingdom's investors like last year. Even so, the Iranian threat, muddled policies and more are scaring away many investors from Riyadh's Vision 2030 economic plan.
The European Commission's new president-elect has laid out an ambitious vision for the bloc's future. A challenging economic and political environment, however, will likely keep most of her proposals from ever seeing daylight.
The United States' trade war with China grabs all the headlines, but U.S. President Donald Trump is also bearing down on another major Asian economy: India. In June, Trump accused the Indian government of failing to provide "equitable and reasonable market access" and stripped New Delhi of its benefits under
French President Emmanuel Macron has threatened to block a free trade agreement between the European Union and the Common Market of the South (Mercosur) over Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's poor environmental performance, Bloomberg reported Aug. 23.
For companies and other organizations, sometimes the biggest threat comes from within. Beyond knowing the ins and outs of a facility and having a reason to be there, an "insider" can develop a detailed understanding of internal security programs, policies and procedures to help them plan out and conduct their crime.
The European Commission is opening a competition investigation into Amazon's practices of allegedly using non-public data from third-party sellers to gain an unfair advantage, The Wall Street Journal reported July 17.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) have agreed to split up jurisdiction over four possible investigations involving Apple, Google, Amazon and Facebook, The Wall Street Journal reported June 3.