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Chinese official says China will take "firm measures" to protect its interest should European Union trade chief Karel De Gucht insist on investigating alleged unfair trade practices by the Chinese companies.
Bank cards, SIM cards, even in your passport: smart cards are everywhere. But the EU believes such smart card chip suppliers are falling foul of antitrust laws by fixing prices.
The enterprise business management company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange this morning at $48.05 per share, nearly double its original price.
Now no longer refusing to comment on the leaked draft of the EU-Canada trade agreement, the European Commission says some of the copyright clauses were removed after ACTA's EU defeat
CETA, a free-trade deal being thrashed out between the EU and Canada, appears to contain precisely the same copyright crackdown provisions as ACTA, the international treaty rejected by the European Parliament last week
Three committees of MEPs have voted to reject the contentious anti-piracy agreement, in the strongest signal yet that ACTA will fail to gain ratification when it goes to the full European Parliament
Germany's foreign office has withdrawn its plans to sign the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, while Latvia has put its ratification process on pause, as countries get cold feet about the copyright pact
Polish prime minister Donald Tusk has suspended his country's ratification of ACTA, in a move that could make the agreement null and void across the EU
The European Union formed a council designed to oversee large-scale information technology systems that run throughout member countries.
The European Commission has ordered a fact-finding exercise to gather evidence of the blocking and throttling of internet traffic, and to look at the barriers customers face if they want to change operators
Boy, oh boy do I wish I were in San Diego this week, not just because I am totally sick of shoveling snow and ice, but because there was flurry of news at the Distributech conference. Press releases and proclamations have been hitting my inbox at blizzard rate, and when I took time to sort through them yesterday, there was a clear theme: many, many players are upping their efforts when it comes to home energy management technology and services.
The near-final text of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement has been published, and EU officials say it will not require any changes to pan-European law
The European Commission has unveiled its long-awaited broadband package, which aims to standardise the regulation of fibre deployment and spectrum management across the EU
Austrade, the Federal Government's trade and investment development agency, will this year "take a serious look" at Microsoft Office 2010, according to chief technology Nils van Boxsel.
While emissions monitoring software will likely spawn many start-ups, enterprises should expect traditional players to have a strong hand in helping the category achieve maturity.
Fujitsu today announced an 18-month deal with WA's largest electricity provider Verve energy to design and implement an energy trading management system.
Identity and Passport Service officials have suggested that ID cards could be used as identification when travelling beyond the EU
The European Commission claims the Information Technology Agreement, which eliminates international trade tariffs for IT-related products, needs major modernisation
An IT professional has been fined £85,000 for insider trading, Management Today reports.The fine was imposed by the Financial Services Authority on John Shevlin, who used to work at the Body Shop.