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我不入地獄……

特朗普上周四接受霍士商業新聞訪問,提到香港,他說香港沒有美國的優惠、又在中國管治之下,永遠不會成功,理由是「中國抵制那裏數以千計的天才,並讓中國來管治……取消香港優惠之後,美國會賺更多錢,生意會流回美

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港初創據點外遷避「淨網」 中美關係惡化 難再左右逢源

原文刊於信報財經新聞「StartupBeat創科鬥室」 美國宣布9月25日起,本港生產貨品出口到美國時,不能用「香港製造」標籤。(新華社資料圖片) 美國上周擴大「清潔網絡」(Clean Network)行動,尤其針對TikTok及WeChat等應用程式

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Startups Weekly: What countries want your startup?

Editor’s note: Get this free weekly recap of TechCrunch news that any startup can use by email every Saturday morning (7am PT). Subscribe here.

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余承东:今年的麒麟 9000 可能会是华为自产高端芯片的「绝版」

Huawei 因美国禁令失去 Android 合作而导致的软件短板,给华为手机造成的影响更多是反映在中国以外,还不至于真正伤害到国内市场这个销量根基。但芯片制造供应链上台积电这一重要一环的缺失,带来的打击范围可就要大得多

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US plans to rollback special status may erode Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem

For two months, the people of Hong Kong waited in suspense after China’s legislature approved a new national security law. The legislation’s details were finally made public yesterday and almost immediately went into effect.

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【專題】美國制裁敏感科技 或窒礙創科發展

中國全國人大在通過「港區國安法」之前,美國已率先宣布暫停豁免香港出口許可等部分特殊待遇,並表明評估撤銷差別待遇的進一步行動,同時美國表示會制裁出口敏感、軍民兩用的科技產品到香港。究竟今次的制裁對香港的

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China’s Biggest Startups Ditch Oracle and IBM for Home-Made Tech

Sign up for Next China, a weekly email on where the nation stands now and where it’s going next. For years, companies like Oracle and International Business Machines invested heavily to build new markets in China for their industry-leading databases. Now, boosted in part by escalating U.S.

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Huawei Braces for a Steep Drop in Overseas Smartphone Sales

Sign up for Next China, a weekly email on where the nation stands now and where it’s going next. Huawei Technologies Co.

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Huawei’s Yearslong Rise Is Littered With Accusations of Theft and Dubious Ethics

On a summer evening in 2004, as the Supercomm tech conference in Chicago wound down, a middle-aged Chinese visitor began wending his way through the nearly abandoned booths, popping open million-dollar networking equipment to photograph the circuit boards inside, according to people who were there.

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