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Microelectronics and China's Huawei Technologies -- said they only held preliminary talks on a potential project with commercial applications, but did not proceed.A US congressional committee last year labelled Huawei and ZTE, another Chinese telecom firm, as potential security threats that should be excluded from US government contracts and barred from acquiring US firms. Copyright ? The News International. All rights reservedWorld Bank: Singapore, Hong Kong best for business Updated at 11:54 PST Tuesday, October 29, 2013 WASHINGTON: Singapore and Hong Kong rank the world's best places to run a business, while
th consecutive month in November also helped sentiment. That added to rising optimism caused by strong manufacturing figures from across the globe Wednesday, including from China, India and South Korea.And the Federal Reserve said in its Beige Book report that it saw continued improvement in the economy."The economy continued to improve, on balance" through the reporting period from early October to mid-November, the central bank said after gathering information from its 12 districts.On Wall Street the figures sent the Dow surging 2.27 percent, the S&P 500 2.16 percent higher and the tech-rich Nasdaq up 2.05 percent.Masayoshi Yano, market analyst at Meiwa Securities, told Dow Jones Newswires: "The key issue is that the US economy... is looking likely to improve in the coming year."Markets have been weighed by worries over European debt after Sunday's announcement of a European Union and International Monetary Fund bailout deal for Ireland to shore up its banking sector and meet its debt obligations.Instead of
Copyright ? The News International. All rights reservedBEIRUT: Syrian warplanes and helicopters struck rebel enclaves in Homs on Wednesday, on the fourth day of a major offensive aimed at crushing the insurgency in the country's third-largest city, a watchdog said."The army used helicopters to strafe the Old City district of Homs... and warplanes and rocket fire to strike the district of Khaldiyeh," the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.Although the government of President Bashar al-Assad now controls some 80 percent of Homs, several districts remain under rebel control despite a suffocating eight-month siege by the army.Several hundred civilians are trapped in rebel-held districts of the city, which activists dub "the capital of the revolution"."We don't know how they can get out, or where they would even go, should the army seize control of the rebel districts -- Homs is surrounded," Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman said.Activists said there
country's southeast, state news agency Saba reported."The arrested terrorist Omar Salem is involved in the assassination of the deputy head of the military college General Ali bin Freyjan" who was killed earlier this month, Saba quoted a military official as saying.Salem was arrested in Ghayl Bawazir in the southeastern province of Hadramawt after authorities received a tip-off about his whereabouts, the source said.Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has stepped up its attacks against Yemeni security forces, mainly in the lawless southern and eastern provinces where jihadist groups are active.The Islamist network has taken advantage of the weakening of the central government in Sanaa since a popular uprising that toppled president Ali Abdullah Saleh in 2011. Copyright ? The News International
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