Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol visited a memorial to Koreans killed when the first atomic bomb was dropped on the city 78 years ago yet fully normal diplomatic ties between Tokyo and Seoul still appear to be a long way off.
Leaders from the Central Bank of Taiwan (CBC) and five banks active on the island discussed post-Covid supply chain challenges, inflation, and tensions with China during Global Finance's recent roundtable.
According to China's new proposed regulations, companies providing generative AI services must prevent false information and content that is discriminatory or harmful to intellectual property or personal privacy rights.
Sri Lanka’s perfect storm of economic disaster started with the Covid-19 pandemic and years of government nepotism, corruption, and economic mismanagement ultimately led to a $50 billion default on foreign loans.
While the US effort to cut China out of the global semiconductor industry is driven by national security concerns, the effort has consequences for semiconductor companies that produce civilian products.