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US Urges Japan, Netherlands to Further Limit Exports of Chipmaking Equipment to China

US Urges Japan, Netherlands to Further Limit Exports of Chipmaking Equipment to China

The United States (US) is urging Japan and the Netherlands to further hamper China's capability to produce high-tech semiconductors.

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Netflix to Open 2 Massive Entertainment Venues That Will Offer Events, Shops Themed to Its Famous Shows

Netflix to Open 2 Massive Entertainment Venues That Will Offer Events, Shops Themed to Its Famous Shows

Netflix is set to open two enormous entertainment venues in the United States next year.

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US Returns Additional $156 Million to Malaysia From Stolen 1MDB State Fund

US Returns Additional $156 Million to Malaysia From Stolen 1MDB State Fund

The United States (US) has returned $156 million to Malaysia, which was recovered from assets seized in investigations into a global corruption scheme involving the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) state fund.

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2 Russian-Born American Citizens Arrested for Conspiring to Illegally Smuggle Snowmachines From US to Russia

2 Russian-Born American Citizens Arrested for Conspiring to Illegally Smuggle Snowmachines From US to Russia

Two Russian-born American citizens were arrested for attempting to illegally export $500,000 worth of snowmachines from the US to Russia via China.

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US Business Owners Ramp up Their Insurance Coverage as AI, Election Emerged as Significant Risks to Businesses

US Business Owners Ramp up Their Insurance Coverage as AI, Election Emerged as Significant Risks to Businesses

A new survey shows that many US business owners are ramping up their insurance coverage as AI and election risks loom.

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US Sanctions Several Firms in Hong Kong, UAE for Involvement in Russian Gold Trade

US Sanctions Several Firms in Hong Kong, UAE for Involvement in Russian Gold Trade

The US has imposed sanctions on several companies based in Hong Kong and the UAE for involvement in the trade of gold produced by a sanctioned Russian miner.

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Two Texas Men Get More Than 3 Years in Prison for Conspiracy to Sell Iranian Oil to China

Two Texan Men Get More Than 3 Years in Prison for Conspiracy to Sell Iranian Oil to China

Two Texas men were sentenced to 45 months in prison for trying to sell Iranian oil to a refinery in China in violation of US sanctions.

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US Sanctions Former Exxon Contractor, Public Official in Guyana Over Alleged Fraud and Bribery

US Sanctions Former Exxon Contractor, Public Official in Guyana Over Alleged Fraud and Bribery

The US has sanctioned a Guyanese mining mogul over accusations of tax fraud and bribery.

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US Household Wealth Rises to Record of Over $160 Trillion in Q1 2024, Fed Data Shows

US Household Wealth Rises to Record of Over $160 Trillion in Q1 2024, Fed Data Shows

US household wealth reached a record high of over $160 trillion in the first quarter of 2024.

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US FAA Extends Cuts to Airlines' Minimum Flight Requirements at New York Airports Until 2025

US FAA Extends Cuts to Airlines' Minimum Flight Requirements at New York Airports Until 2025

The FAA will extend temporary cuts to minimum flight requirements in New York City-area airports until October 2025.

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US Crude Oil Refiners to Boost Fuel Output Beyond 90% Capacity for Summer

US Crude Oil Refiners to Boost Fuel Output Beyond 90% Capacity for Summer

US crude oil refiners are reportedly preparing to increase their operations above 90% capacity following the completion of planned maintenance.

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US Reportedly Close to Finalizing Deal With Moderna to Fund Its Bird Flu Vaccine Trial

US Reportedly Close to Finalizing Deal With Moderna to Fund Its Bird Flu Vaccine Trial

The US government is reportedly in the final stages of negotiations to fund a late-stage trial of Moderna's mRNA bird flu vaccine amid the outbreak spreading in dairy cows.

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US-China Tech Rivalry Intensifies: Chinese Expert Predicts Rapid Catch-Up in Supercomputing

US-China Tech Rivalry Intensifies: Chinese Expert Predicts Rapid Catch-Up in Supercomputing

A Chinese expert predicts that despite current technological disparities and US efforts to curb its progress, China will soon catch up to American chipmakers in the race to build the world's most powerful computers.

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US Eases Some Financial Restrictions on Cuba to Boost Small Businesses on the Communist-Run Island

US Eases Some Financial Restrictions on Cuba to Boost Small Businesses on the Communist-Run Island

The US Treasury Department announced on Tuesday new regulations designed to support Cuba's growing private sector and enhance the country's access to US internet services.

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Western Companies Are Finding It Hard to Leave Russia Amid Increasing Kremlin-Imposed Exit Costs

Western Companies Are Finding It Hard to Leave Russia Amid Increasing Kremlin-Imposed Exit Costs

Despite initial pledges to exit Russia following the 2022 invasion of Ukraine, many Western companies, including Avon Products, Air Liquide, and Reckitt, remain in the country.

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