Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Myanmar to open its doors to foreign insurers

Currently, three Japanese firms allowed to operate only in special economic zone on outskirts of Yangon, commercial capital Myanmar is ready to grant license to foreign insurance firms to operate in the country, said a...

Don’t let regulation put the brakes on autonomous car innovation

Autonomous autos will make a major impression on society, each from a security standpoint and a cultural one. As we work to make autonomous driving a actuality, one factor that has develop into clear...

The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) cautions on surging consumer loans

China's top banking regulator on Friday warned surging consumer loans may pose potential risks to the country's lending system. It also cautioned against a fast rise in consumer leverage ratio. "Banking regulators encourage banks to develop...

DONG Energy Receives Regulatory Approval To Divest Oil & Gas Business To INEOS

Following May’s announcement by DONG Energy that it intended to divest its upstream oil & gas business, the company has this week revealed that it has received regulatory approval to proceed with the $1...

Europe Should Resist Making Unilateral Changes to Tax Laws

The European Commission is set to release a report this week on corporate tax reform. According to news reports, it will recommend that the European Union make unilateral changes to the way its members tax large...

Canadian Securities regulatory group announces ban on short-term binary options

More than 800 complaints about binary options received by regulators last year The Canadian Securities Administrators announced Thursday they have banned short-term binary options, which have generated hundreds of complaints. "Binary options are the leading type of investment...

Uber to pull out from Quebec after new regulations call for driver training

The controversial ride-hailing company Uber has been in the press a lot recently, as the Mayor of London has refused to let the company continue operating in the city. However, it's not just Britain...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Avoids Court Appearance

The head of Facebook has avoided being dragged into a lengthy court case, following his announcement to shelve his plans for creating a new company stock. A controversial plan to create a new company stock...

Bahrain wants to be ‘honey that attracts bees’

Bahrain’s Economic Development Board (EDB) Chief Executive Khalid Al Rumaihi said the country wants to become a Middle Eastern home to innovative info-tech entrepreneurs from around the world as if it is “honey that...

Nokia receives decision in patent license arbitration with LG Electronics

The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce has issued its award for the binding arbitration between Nokia and LG Electronics. The companies had previously agreed that this would settle the...

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