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EU Fights For ‘Purpose’ in Grand Plan for Tech, AI Rules (1)

China might have data and the U.S. might have money, but Europe has purpose. That’s the message European Union tech czar Margrethe Vestager aims to convey on Wednesday when she unveils plans to help the bloc compete with the U.S. and China’s technological might on its own terms, conforming with fundamental EU rights including strict privacy and non-discrimination rules.

U.S.-China Feud Ensnares Obscure UN Intellectual Property Agency

The U.S. is working to block China from taking the top post of the United Nations intellectual property agency, in the Trump administration’s latest bid to convince countries of the threat posed by Beijing’s increasing assertiveness and technological prowess.

Vodafone India Venture Assessing Amount to Pay After Court Order

Vodafone Group Plc’s Indian venture said it’s assessing the amount that it will be able to pay to the government after the country’s top court Friday rejected a plea by mobile carriers seeking more time to settle dues in back-fees, the company said in an exchange filing.

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