Monthly Archives: September 2021

At Quad, develop cooperative habits

Institutionalization of the organization has started and it is a chance for India to work with advanced economies The first in-person summit of the Quad Powers – Australia, Japan, India and the United States – clearly advanced the work started by the virtual summit in March. The September 24 meeting, …

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Europe faces Airbus vs air miles decision for chips

The European Commission is reviewing the revitalization of chip manufacturing in the region. It’s hard to imagine an industry more globalized than chip manufacturing. The devices themselves probably fly more air miles than any other product. Worth more than their weight in gold, airlifting even half-finished tokens from one country …

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The US is expected to open to Europeans in November, but Americans are still strongly advised to avoid traveling to 12 EU / Schengen countries

While the United States administration has yet to reveal more details on its plan to reopen for vaccinated internationals from 33 countries in early November, the United States State Department is currently strongly advising Americans to avoid surrendering. in 12 countries of the European Union and the Schengen area. Most …

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Digital FX: COVID drives digital transformation in travel, education and cross-border transportation

Amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the way we travel – and, in particular, use foreign currencies – is about to undergo a massive transformation. That’s according to Cameron Hume, Managing Director of Travelex APAC, and Jun Otani, Representative Director of Travelex Japan. Since the pandemic, financial institutions, foreign exchange service …

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The era of nuclear-powered Bitcoin has arrived

As bitcoin miners search for ways to go green, aging nuclear power plants offer what they are looking for: cheap, carbon-free energy. But what about radioactive waste? Cryptocurrency miners, who were criticized for generating significant carbon emissions, appear to have found a solution: partner with aging nuclear power plants and …

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