The authorities allege Weibo, WeChat and Baidu Tieba are being used for terrorism and rumours.
Negotiation is about more than money, but it’s easy to forget that when your company is offering you a big raise to stay.
Nearly half of £6.1bn energy spending in developing countries from 2010-14 went on oil, coal and gas-fired schemes, data shows
The UK has spent more than twice as much overseas support on fossil fuels projects as on renewable ones so far this decade, according to research commissioned by the Catholic aid agency Cafod.
The Overseas Development Institute, which analysed the figures, found that 46% of Britain’s £6.1bn energy spending in developing countries between 2010 and 2014 went on oil, coal and gas-fired schemes, compared with 22% for renewable energy projects.
With exquisite invites, pre-wedding photoshoots and dream dresses, tying the knot in Hong Kong comes with a hefty price tag these days.
Netease shares have lost 15% since June 17.
Don’t look for advanced technologies to solve this nation’s – or the world’s – fast-developing shortage of commercial pilots anytime in the next 40 years. There’s lots of reasons why it’s still a good idea for bright young people to plan careers as airline pilots, and here are six really good ones.
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Multiple vendors are involved in the NVMe Express Industry group and it seems NVMe over Ethernet will dominate over SATA, SAS and Fibre Channel in most new storage systems. We expect that future data centers will be full of NVMe-based products.