By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Lawmakers pushing legislation aimed at preventing China from acquiring sensitive U.S. technology have proposed relaxing elements of the measure after lobbying by high-tech firms but will tighten another portion, according to a draft … [Read more...] about U.S. tech companies win changes in bill to limit China access to technology
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AN Oxford Bus Company employee who scammed the firm out of almost £750,000 pounds to fuel his 'out of control' gambling addiction has been jailed. Colin Smart, of Crundel Rise, Witney, admitted stealing the money from the city bus company between April 2011 and March 2017. … [Read more...] about BUS-TED: Oxford Bus Company employee jailed for £750,000 scam
ThyssenKrupp has warned that German authorities have 18 months to approve the building of a route in Munich for the high-speed Transrapid train, failing which the cutting-edge magnetic levitation technology used in the train as well as jobs could go to China. "We have to decide … [Read more...] about German Steelmaker Threatens to Sell High-tech Train Technology
The head of Russian lender Sberbank said on Friday that Russian automakers Avtovaz and GAZ were interested in joining the new Opel venture for the technology. "The point of our participation in the deal is for the import of technology. If this doesn't happen, then we wasted our … [Read more...] about Russians demand technology transfer as part of Opel deal
News reports that China is building its first magnetic-levitation (Maglev) rail system have been circulating in the media for months. A report published this week in the newspaper China Daily said the north-eastern port city Dalian planned to construct the first commercial … [Read more...] about German High-Speed Rail Technology Soon to be Made in China?