Emphasis on US exports, trade secrets in China trade deal

first_imgHomeBusinessEmphasis on US exports, trade secrets in China trade deal Jan. 17, 2020 at 11:00 amBusinessGovernmentNewsPoliticsEmphasis on US exports, trade secrets in China trade dealAssociated Press1 year agochinadealtradeUS exports The United States and China reached a trade deal Wednesday that eases tensions between the world’s two biggest economies, offers massive export opportunities for U.S. farms and factories, and promises to do more to protect American trade secrets.Still, the Phase 1 agreement leaves unresolved Washington’s fundamental differences with Beijing, which is relying on massive government intervention in the economy to turn China into a technological power.President Donald Trump is wanting to show progress on an issue that he has made a hallmark of his presidency and hopes to use in his reelection campaign this year. Wednesday’s signing ceremony at the White House gave him the chance to do that just hours before the House voted to send articles of impeachment to the Senate for a trial.Trump promoted the trade signing as a way of delivering economic justice for American workers he claims have been betrayed by past administrations and their trade policies.“We mark more than just an agreement. We mark a sea change in international trade,” Trump declared during a rambling ceremony in which he made references to former FBI Director James Comey, the impeachment proceedings and a possible visit to Mount Rushmore on July Fourth for a fireworks display.The Chinese delegation also praised the pact. Chinese leader Xi Jinping said in a letter to Trump that the first-phase deal was “good for China, for the U.S. and for the whole world.” He said it also showed the two countries had the ability to “act on the basis of equality and mutual respect.” The letter was read by Beijing’s chief negotiator, Vice Premier Liu He.Some of the president’s Democratic critics were unimpressed.“True to form, Trump is getting precious little in return for the significant pain and uncertainty he has imposed on our economy, farmers, and workers,” said former Vice President Joe Biden, one of the Democrats hoping to replace Trump.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a statement that “with the economy losing thousands of manufacturing jobs and Farm Country reeling from the damage caused by President Trump, Americans are left with nothing more than a showy television ceremony to try to hide the complete absence of concrete progress, transparency or accountability in this ‘phase one’ agreement.”The administration acknowledges the agreement leaves unresolved some U.S. complaints — most notably, the way the Chinese government subsidizes its companies. That was the concern voiced when Trump sparked a trade war by imposing tariffs on Chinese imports in July 2018.“The Phase 1 deal contains meaningful commitments but by no means lives up to the initial objectives of the administration,’’ said Wendy Cutler, a former U.S. trade negotiator who is now vice president at the Asia Society Policy Institute. Further Chinese concessions would force Bejing to make major changes in its state-dominated economic model, which means “the prospects for a timely conclusion are remote,’’ she said.The agreement leaves in place tariffs on about $360 billion in Chinese imports, leverage the administration hopes will generate future concessions.U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said work on follow-up negotiations will hinge on how China fulfills the commitments it made in the initial phase.“We have to make sure this is implemented properly,” Lighthizer said. “This is the first agreement like this of its kind and we have to make sure that it works.”The agreement is intended to ease some U.S. economic sanctions on China while Beijing is to step up purchases of American farm products and other goods. Trump cited beef, pork, poultry, seafood, rice and dairy products as examples.U.S. trade officials said the agreement would end a long-standing practice of China pressuring foreign companies to transfer technology to Chinese companies as a condition for obtaining market access. Lighthizer said China has also agreed to combat patent theft and counterfeit products, which would include forfeiting machinery used for making counterfeit products.The 86-page agreement makes it easier to bring criminal cases in China against those accused of stealing trade secrets. It includes provisions designed to stop Chinese government officials from using administrative and regulatory procedures to ferret out foreign companies’ trade secrets and allowing that information to get into the hands of Chinese competitors.The deal requires China to come up with procedures to “permit effective and expeditious action’’ to take down websites that sell pirated goods. China also must make it possible for e-commerce sites to lose their licenses for “repeated failures to curb the sale of counterfeit or pirated goods.’’China is required to increase its purchases of U.S. manufactured, energy and farm products and services by a combined $200 billion this year and next. The arrangement means that China is supposed to buy $40 billion in U.S. farm exports. That would be a windfall for Trump supporters in rural America but an ambitious goal considering that China has never bought more than $26 billion in U.S. agricultural products in a year.“It’s a strong first step,” said Jeremie Waterman, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s vice president for Greater China. “It begins the process of addressing some of the structural concerns, but there’s a lot of work left to do. The meat, the core of (U.S. complaints about China’s aggressive tech policies) has not yet been addressed. Obviously, that’s going to have to wait until Phase 2.’’Most analysts say any meaningful resolution of the main U.S. allegation — that Beijing uses predatory tactics in its drive to supplant America’s technological supremacy — could require years of contentious talks. Skeptics say a satisfactory resolution may be next to impossible given China’s ambitions to become the global leader in such advanced technologies as driverless cars and artificial intelligence.The U.S. has dropped plans to impose tariffs on an additional $160 billion in Chinese imports, and it cut in half, to 7.5%, existing tariffs on $110 billion of good from China.Derek Scissors, China specialist at the American Enterprise Institute, said the trade war has already delivered a benefit for Trump, even if it hasn’t forced Beijing to make major changes to its economic policy: Trump’s tariffs have reduced Chinese exports to the United States and narrowed America’s trade deficit with China.So far this year, the U.S. deficit with China in the trade of goods has declined by 16%, or $62 billion, to $321 billion compared with a year earlier. The deficit will narrow further if Beijing lives up to its pledges to buy dramatically more American imports.AP Business Writer Joe McDonald in Beijing and Associated Press writer Darlene Superville contributed to this report.Tags :chinadealtradeUS exportsshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentLaughing Matters – Cheaters Always Prosper…Until They Get CaughtBeach Water Use AdvisoryYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall7 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor17 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press17 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press17 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson17 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter17 hours agolast_img read more

Regulator deals blow to Telecom Italia fixed plan

first_img Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 21 JAN 2019 Telecom Italia bets on long-term renewable energy Previous ArticleZimbabwe operators under fire for internet shutdownNext ArticleWhatsApp extends fake news message limits Las grandes operadoras europeas ponen condiciones a las RAN abiertas Home Regulator deals blow to Telecom Italia fixed plan Chris Donkin Authorcenter_img A Telecom Italia proposal to spin-off its fixed network but retain ownership of the newly created company was turned down by the country’s communications regulator, subject to the result of a public consultation.In a lengthy document, regulator Agcom warned the plan did not go far enough and was unlikely to significantly increase competition in the fixed market in the majority of the country.Telecom Italia’s network separation strategy was unveiled by former CEO Amos Genish in March 2018, but was one of the contentious points raised by activist investor Elliott Management when it began a campaign to wrest control of the company’s board from Vivendi.Execution of the plan as it stands would mean the creation of a new company named NetCo containing the company’s fixed asset portfolio. It was a response to years of government pressure to try and force the separation of Telecom Italia’s fixed network to aid competition in the country.In Genish’s strategy, NetCo would be operated as an independent entity, but be fully owned by Telecom Italia.During its campaign to oust the operator’s previous board, Elliott Management said official NetCo strategy did not go far enough and a stake in the business should be sold off.Having won the savage battle for the boardroom, the new directors publicly backed Genish’s plan before eventually sacking the executive. However, the company’s present strategy, including retaining full control of NetCo, remains official policy.Agcom’s decision will now go to a 45-day public consultation. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Telecom Italia confident on hitting annual goals Related Telecom Italia Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Español last_img read more

One for the Ages

first_imgLucy Li’s swing was awfully good for someone who couldn’t have been more than 4 or 5 years old. Joby Ross remembers her practicing for hours at Mariners Point Golf Center, near Li’s home in Redwood Shores, Calif. Ross is a teaching pro at Mariners Point, but Lucy didn’t come for instruction. She was getting that from her mother and aunt, who did not even play golf. “I think they were just teaching her out of books and magazines back then, and doing the best they could,” Ross said. “It’s pretty amazing. Occasionally, if I saw something that wasn’t quite right, I would come over and mention it, like `She’s taking it away too far inside.’ But that was it.” While it’s being reported Li picked up the game when she was 7, Ross says she was actually 4 or 5 when she began showing up at Mariners Point, where there is a driving range, a short-game practice area and a nine-hole par 3 course. Watching from a distance, Ross was impressed. “After she stopped coming to our place, I remember telling the guys to keep their eye out for this kid, because we were going to hear about her again,” Ross said. “She was going to do something special down the road.” Make that extra special. The 11-year-old’s list of feats grew Monday when she became the youngest player ever to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Open. Li, just a sixth grader, won the U.S. Women’s Open sectional qualifier at the Old Course at Half Moon Bay outside San Francisco. She promises to be one of the star attractions when she tees it up with the best in women’s golf at Pinehurst No. 2 next month. Li shot rounds of 74 and 68 at Half Moon Bay. Her even-par total was seven shots better than anyone else in that sectional. She breaks the age mark of Lexi Thompson as the youngest qualifier to a U.S. Women’s Open. Thompson was 12 years, 4 months and 18 days old when she competed in the 2007 Women’s Open. Li, who turns 12 on Oct. 1, will be 11 years, 8 months and 19 days old when she tees off in this year’s Open on June 19.  “It’s pretty unbelievable, quite the amazing story,” said Jim McLean, who has been teaching Li since her parents brought her to him four years ago. “I know how good she is, but I was still surprised.” Li made international news this week. McLean said he has been contacted by countless major news organizations wanting the scoop on this gifted 11-year-old. Lucy hasn’t done any interviews, though. The family is guarded with a flood of requests pouring in to them. “Lucy is very honored to have qualified for the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, and to have the opportunity to compete in this most prestigious national championship,” the family said in a statement released by the USGA. “Her time spent playing last year’s USGA Championships, as well as her win at the Drive, Chip & Putt, have provided her with many good opportunities that she will consider as she prepares for the U.S. Women’s Open. “We are very grateful for the support Lucy has received, both from the golf community and the media. She is looking forward to playing Pinehurst.” Li won her age division last month in the inaugural Drive, Chip and Putt Championship at Augusta National on the Sunday before the Masters. Last year, she became the youngest player to qualify for the U.S. Women’s Amateur and also the youngest to make it to match play at the U.S. Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship. McLean says Li was 7 when her parents first called him at his base at Trump Doral in Miami, asking if he would teach her. He’s not sure she had any regular, formal instruction before they approached him. “She was probably a little too young for me to start working with her,” McLean said. “But they came out here, asked me to watch her hit shots and said they were serious about having her move here for the winter.” And they did move Lucy to Miami for the winters. Lucy’s mom, Amy, and her aunt, Tao, first accompanied Lucy. Tao got an apartment near Trump Doral and stays with Lucy while she works at McLean’s golf school four months of the year. Warren, Lucy’s father, is a computer consultant working in the Bay Area. “You never know with young kids, how interested they are going to be, or what might derail them,” McLean said. So early on, McLean was curious how much of this intensity of interest in golf was coming from the family, and how much was coming from Lucy. He said he quickly learned how much she loved the game in their winters together. Ross said he had the same questions when he first watched Lucy at Mariners Point. Back when Lucy was 5 or so, Ross remembers seeing her in tears on the range. Ross was concerned, and he approached the family to see what the fuss was about. “They would come and practice for hours,” Ross said. “I wondered if they were practicing too hard, and maybe that’s what the tantrum was about. I went over and asked if she was OK.” To Ross’ surprise, he discovered that it was Lucy’s mom and aunt who were getting tired and wanted to go home, and that Lucy was in tears protesting because she wanted to stay and keep hitting balls. “She was upset because she didn’t want to leave,” Ross said. McLean says Lucy may seem quiet and shy at first, but she has “quite the personality” and is “very funny” and likes to laugh. She also enjoys music and is very artistic. She likes to draw and will doodle impressively on scorecards. She also likes to make things, like necklaces and bracelets. Lucy’s golf skill comes with some athleticism. Before golf, she was in ballet and tap dance and even did some 10-meter diving in a swimming program, even though she wasn’t a very good swimmer. The family’s close, McLean said, and Lucy is very attached to her older brother, Luke, who is a student at Princeton. In fact, that’s how Lucy got started in golf. Her brother played and she would watch him practice, eventually picking up a club and hitting balls. “I’m sure there will be a tremendous amount of scrutiny on her at Pinehurst,” McLean said. “I think she’ll deliver. She has the game, but it’s tough. You’re going up against the best players in the world. It’s jumping up a lot of levels.” McLean will be there, confident that no matter how Li fares, she should celebrate the fact that she made it there.last_img

McEvoy wins Euro Open as DeChambeau implodes

first_imgHAMBURG, Germany – Richard McEvoy won his first European Tour title at the age of 39 after a dramatic finish to the European Open in Hamburg on Sunday. The Englishman holed a 20-foot putt for birdie on the last hole to secure a one-shot victory ahead of Renato Paratore, Christofer Blomstrand and German amateur Allen John. McEvoy shot a final-round 1-over 73 for an 11-under 277 at Green Eagle Golf Courses. He won on his 285th European Tour appearance, 17 years after making his debut on the tour and just seven days after triumphing on the developmental European Challenge Tour. ”It’s incredible. I’ve waited a long time, 17 years as a pro on and off the Tour, from Challenge Tour to European Tour,” McEvoy said. Local amateur John produced a final-round 67 to creep up the leaderboard, while Blomstrand’s birdie on the 18th was enough to seal his share of second place. Full-field scores from the Porsche European Open McEvoy had started the final day in a share of the lead with Bryson DeChambeau but successive bogeys late in his round saw the American fall out of contention. DeChambeau (78) twice landed in the water on the final hole, with his triple bogey-8 dropping him to a share of 13th place, a stroke behind Masters champion Patrick Reed, who ended tied for ninth after a 4-over 76. Paratore was closest to forcing a playoff after a superb lay-up on the 18th led to the Italian narrowly missing an eagle chance. McEvoy became the first player this season to win on the Challenge Tour and European Tour in successive weeks after his triumph at the Le Vaudreuil Golf Challenge last week.last_img read more

Cleaners at Letterkenny University Hospital vote for industrial action

first_img LUH still not ready to restore IT systems Pregnant women can receive Covid vaccine at LYIT’s vaccination centre 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook WhatsApp Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire By News Highland – December 10, 2015 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Google+ Twitter Previous articleDonegal families of victims of the Troubles take out full page advertisementNext articleHighland’s Farming News – Thursday 10th December News Highland center_img Cleaners at Letterkenny University Hospital vote for industrial action WhatsApp Cleaners working in Letterkenny University Hospital have voted overwhelmingly in favour of industrial action.SIPTU members at the Donegal hospital voted to strike over a decision to outsource the cleaning of the facility’s Out Patients Department.SIPTU Organiser, Declan Ferry, said: “Management has shown a complete disregard for its obligations under the Lansdowne Road Agreement in this decision to outsource cleaning services in the Out Patients Department.“On a number of occasions, SIPTU representatives have raised with management the need to employ additional staff in the domestic services department due to the number of workers who retired or left while the public sector recruitment moratorium was in place. We re-emphasised our concerns over the lack of cleaning staff following the publication of a highly critical HIQA report earlier this year. These concerns were ignored.”He added: “The result of this ballot on industrial action reflects the strong commitment of our members to fight the creeping privatisation of services in the hospital. The attempt by management to outsource the cleaning of a public hospital to private ‘for profit’ contractors will not be accepted.” Twitter Lárionad Acmhainní Nádúrtha CTR to take part in new research project Facebook Google+ Pinterest Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Homepage BannerNewslast_img read more

21-year-old hospitalised after overnight stabbing in Lifford

first_img 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Twitter Homepage BannerNews Previous articleNathan Boyle joins Harps for the rest of the seasonNext articleDeal to abolish phone roaming charges in EU struck admin Facebook WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 21-year-old hospitalised after overnight stabbing in Lifford A 21-year-old man has been stabbed in Lifford.The incident happened between 11pm and midnight last night on a street corner just off Butcher Street.While the 21-year-old has been hospialised, his injuries are not thought to be serious.An area of Butcher Street and Main Street is currently cordoned off as Gardai preserve the scene, but there is access for pedestrians.A 19-year-old man has been arrested and charged on public order offences and is due to appear in court at a later date. Facebook Pinterest WhatsAppcenter_img Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Google+ Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th By admin – June 30, 2015 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Harps come back to win in Waterford Google+ Pinterestlast_img read more

Derry and Belfast EU City of Culture bid could be over

first_imgHomepage BannerNews WhatsApp Facebook Derry and Belfast EU City of Culture bid could be over Twitter A joint bid by Derry, Strabane and Belfast to be named the 2023 European Capital of Culture is in doubt, after an EU ruling that UK cities should be barred from competing.The European Commission says that because of Brexit – the five UK cities currently bidding for the honour in 2023 – won’t now be able to participate.There’s anger at the decision in Derry, with questions about why the bid was allowed to proceed until now.Sinn Fein say Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU, and is now being unfairly penalised because of Brexit.The Ulster Unionist Party has pointed out that non-EU cities including Istanbul and Rekyjvek DL Debate – 24/05/21 Google+ Pinterest Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img Facebook Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Google+ By News Highland – November 23, 2017 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous article€16,500 granted for three Gaeltacht groups in DonegalNext articleMet Eireann warns of low overnight temperatures and snow News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Kai McCullough, Terrence Reid and the Starting Five

first_img Greece Odyssey’s Jaden Hartsfield drives baseline during a recent game. (Photo: DON SCANZAROLI)Second weekly installment taking a look at the student-athletes over the last seven days (December 3-9) who stood out while yours truly was in attendance. Worth noting, I was found at Al Masino Court on Friday night and not Rush-Henrietta. Therefore I did not see Tah’jae Hill’s 41-point performance.Michael Harrington 6-foot-3 Sr. G Pittsford-Mendon (Monroe County Division III) – Outside threat who blends an accurate scoring touch with the ability to create opportunities for teammates, quick release, comfortable in catch-and-shoot situations but can also put the ball to floor, effective and economic use of the dribble to create space, sees the floor well; responsible rebounder who makes contact early while the ball is in flight and has the ability to stay with the man; disciplined defender, moves well on the flight of the ball and takes away driving angles, rotates well into help side.Jaden Hartsfield 6-foot-2 Jr. G/F Greece Odyssey (Monroe County Division IV) – Blossoming into one of Section V’s hidden gems, has the nickname of “Sticks” because of his lanky frame, he knows how to use this build to his advantage, has to be defended beyond the 3-point arc, but smaller guards struggle to create any level of interference for him, he easily sees over smaller players and uses his wingspan to create an elevated release point, not afraid to put the ball to floor he keeps defenders in check with a smooth touch on floaters, with all that mind it is easy to overlook his ability move without the ball, he understands how to create and use angles to gain an advantage on opposing defenders; patient defender who will jump a passing lane when it appropriate.Kobe Long 6-foot-1 Jr. G McQuaid Jesuit (RCAC) – A returner to the Starting Five mix, has made a relatively seamless transition from off guard to primary ball handler without any apparent drop off in scoring, smooth and agile he plays the game at his speed with an impressive level of calmness, adept passer who understands the importance of giving the ball to a teammate where he can score, some dish off the ball as a last resort to avoid a turnover, this is not a concern with Long, a couple of years ago it could have been suggested that while playing in a lineup with the likes of Thomas Jones and Isaiah Stewart (7-8 games) as well as Anthony Iglesia, Long was thriving as the fourth or fifth option on the floor, that is no longer the case, he has to be defended beyond the 3-point arc and off the dribble; plays defense with sound instincts, shoots passing lanes well and sees one play ahead.Kai McCullough 6-foot-1 Fr. F East (RCAC) – Rugged interior performer who plays until the whistle, sure hands with the ability to score on either side of the basket, bounces off contact, fearless, stays within himself on the court, does not need the ball to work hard; active rebounder, ball-getter who wards off opponents, effectively feeds the outlet man; active feet on defense, can guard bigger and more experienced players in the post, at the same time can step out on the perimeter and cover smaller players.Terrence Reid 6-foot Sr. F Eastridge (Monroe County Division IV) – Solid post player who is comfortable with his back-to-the basket, at the same time he can catch at the high post and use the dribble to create a lane, smooth scoring touch, can finish with other hand around the rim; responsible defender who gets position on the opponent before the ball is passed, keeps his feet in motion; tireless rebounder with strong hands, easily holds position on the block. By Paul Gotham on December 11, 2018No Comment Share on Facebook Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Add to Google+ Follow on Facebook Connect on Linked incenter_img Kai McCullough, Terrence Reid and the Starting Five Kai McCullough, Terrence Reid and the Starting Five added by Paul Gotham on December 11, 2018View all posts by Paul Gotham →FacebookTwitter分享by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksSponsor ContentBig Data Courses | Search AdOnline Big Data Courses Might Be Better than You ThinkBig Data Courses | Search AdCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomensLovely&HealthyTop 10 Most Dangerous Cruises In The World Lovely&Healthyby Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksMore from Pickin’ SplintersBaron keeps Bonaventure close to his heart – Pickin’ SplintersTah-Jae Hill, Zion Morrison and the Starting Five – Pickin’ Splinters”If you had a Mount Rushmore of MCC baseball, he’s on there.” Longtime assistant Jack Christensen passes away – Pickin’ Splinters Print This Post Subscribe by Email This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.last_img read more

Laureus induction for Bok legend

first_img Loans | Search AdsGetting a loan in Hong Kong may be easier than you thinkLoans | Search Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ ‘ World Cup-winning Bok quartet in Eddie Jones’ all-time XVMaverick coach Eddie Jones has named his Test dream team made up of players he has worked with throughout his illustrious career.SA Rugby MagUndoHero WarsThis game will keep you up all night!Hero Wars|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDatemyage.comOver 40 And Single?Datemyage.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoDatemyage.comThe Best Place To Meet Guys Your Own Age in Tsuen WanDatemyage.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoForge of Empires – Free Online Game#StayAtHome and Play this City-Building Game. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online Game|SponsoredSponsoredUndoGrammarlyAvoid Grammatical Errors with This Helpful Browser ExtensionGrammarly|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Watch: I wanted to rip Jean’s head off – Jaque FourieSA Rugby MagUndo AlphaCuteOprah’s New House Cost $90 Million, And This Is What It Looks LikeAlphaCute|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Posted in Top headlines, Videos ‘ GoGoPeak10 Most Beautiful Cities You Should Visit Once In Your LifetimeGoGoPeak|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ Post by SA Rugby magazine Laureus induction for Bok legend Video published on February 16, 2020 ‘ Former Springbok Bryan Habana has been inducted into the Laureus World Sports Academy. Hear what he had to say about his new role. ‘ Dental Care For Seniors On Medicare | Sponsored ListingsTsuen Wan: Here’s What Full Mouth Dental Implants Should CostDental Care For Seniors On Medicare | Sponsored Listings|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAaron Smith names South African as greatest World Cup scrumhalfSA Rugby MagUndoFrom the magazine: Jano Vermaak names his Perfect XVSA Rugby MagUndoSenior Dental Implants | Sponsored AdsHere is what dental implants might cost you in 2021Senior Dental Implants | Sponsored Ads|SponsoredSponsoredUndolast_img read more


first_imgNow Time has come to research and develop more about antivirus and vaccine to fight against these pandemics like SARS,COVID-19 etc . since it is invisible war which will smash out the human beings from the world within very short period of time . It is like a third world war which could finish the humankind . This virus may be directly or indirectly man-made. so we should not blame to each other for this outbreak and As one humankind of the world We should  fight against this third invisible world war . In this world war all the defence , military , nuclear bombs , fighter jets and planes etc become useless in front of virus. Because this virus does not know which country is  more powerful in military and defence sector .it can attack anybody . so we should invest more in health research and development rather than in military and defence . Because without existence of human beings all the economy , military , polity, diplomacy and other business sectors are worthless .last_img read more