EU Opens Road to 5G Connected Cars in Boost to BMW, Qualcomm

EU Opens Road to 5G Connected Cars in Boost to BMW, Qualcomm

European Union states opened the way to competing technologies for internet connected cars on Thursday, rejecting a European Commission push for a wifi-based standard backed by Volkswagen. The result represents a win for BMW and Qualcomm which...

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China News Weekly 57 – Strong China first-quarter GDP growth supported by construction, manufacturing, hi-tech

China News Weekly 57 – Strong China first-quarter GDP growth supported by construction, manufacturing, hi-tech

Click here to find more details This is NAI’s new China News Weekly. We will be covering the latest Chinese foreign investment trends every week. To continue to receive our China News Weekly, please click Here to subscribe.

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RealNetworks hits mother lode in China’s booming market for video streaming

RealNetworks hits mother lode in China’s booming market for video streaming

When Google pulled its internet search service out of China in 2010 after deciding to stop complying with the country’s censorship laws, the company’s relationship with Beijing soured. Every Google-affiliated product and service, from Gmail to...

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China Mobile profit rises 3.5% in H1

China Mobile profit rises 3.5% in H1

China Mobile, China’s leading telecom services provider, Thursday reported high profit growth in the first half of this year. Profit attributable to equity shareholders rose 3.5 percent year-on-year to 62.7 billion yuan ($9.4 billion) in...

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China’s ZTE Corp to set up 5G tech hub in Italy

China’s ZTE Corp to set up 5G tech hub in Italy

ROME – China’s ZTE Corp will make Italy its European hub for the development of 5G wireless technology, the company confirmed on Thursday. Fifth-generation or 5G is the next mobile wireless standard, and will make telecoms faster and...

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Why China is set to spend US$411 billion on 5G mobile networks

Why China is set to spend US$411 billion on 5G mobile networks

Mainland China is expected to see total investments on 5G mobile networks reach 2.8 trillion yuan (US$411 billion) in the period from 2020 to 2030, which could mark the country’s most expensive build-out of telecommunications infrastructure. A 5G...

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