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  • TUV Rheinland Partners with NARLabs to Lay Foundations for Autonomous Driving

    The COVID-19 epidemic has placed many industries under pressure. It has also created an even better opportunity for autonomous driving applications. The non-contact business model means it is now possible to implement autonomous driving in closed courses for the "last mile." At the height of the epidemic, autonomous driving was used by Wuhan in China and California in the U.S. to transport food and medical supplies between fixed locations in a bid to reduce personal contact and risk of transmission. Advances in autonomous driving technology have always been closely followed by industry. National governments have been preparing for the age of autonomous driving, as existing legislation is inadequate to cover the future of vehicles. New policies and regulations are now being drawn up to realize the vision for future urban mobility.


  • Explainer: Dollar peg is critical to Hong Kong amid U.S. threats, China worries

    China's national security law for Hong Kong and moves by the United States to begin withdrawing privileges enjoyed by the city under U.S. law have unsettled investors. The HKD is pegged in a narrow range of 7.75-7.85 to the U.S. dollar. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) buys and sells the currency at either limit to maintain the range.


  • Dollar peg is critical to Hong Kong amid U.S. threats, China worries

    China's national security law for Hong Kong and moves by the United States to begin withdrawing privileges enjoyed by the city under U.S. law have unsettled investors. The HKD is pegged in a narrow range of 7.75-7.85 to the U.S. dollar.


  • Sedana Medical Announces Positive Top Line Result in Pivotal IsoConDa Study

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  • Kim's sister says 'no need' for another US-N. Korea summit

    The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Friday there was "no need" for another summit with the United States unless Washington offered a "decisive change" in approach. Kim and US President Donald Trump first met in Singapore two years ago but talks over Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal have been stalled since their Hanoi summit collapsed in early 2019 over what the North would be willing to give up in exchange for sanctions relief. Trump said this week he would "certainly" meet with Kim again "if I thought it was going to be helpful", after speculation that he might pursue another summit if it could help his re-election chances in November.


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