Some 15 agreements were signed during Lula's visit to Beijing, including deals to cooperate on semiconductors, a satellite to monitor the Amazon and cyber security
The Apple iPhone manufacturer said it was bracing itself for a sales slump despite record revenue in the first quarter of the year
The firm said it was now "out of crisis mode” following years of painful US curbs and sanctions that blitzed its telecoms business
Pegatron, currently responsible for 10% of Apple's iPhone annual production in India, intends to build a second facility near Chennai in Tamil Nadu state
Chinese fishing boats blamed for latest damage to internet cables to Taiwan, which has become a topic of national security, Taiwan News said
Apple has bet big on India since it began iPhone assembly in the country six years ago, but the move has been hit by challenges in logistics, tariffs and infrastructure
The iPhone maker has bet big on India since it began iPhone assembly in the country in 2017, in line with the Indian government's push for local manufacturing
The directives, by the Competition Commission of India, force Google to make changes like allowing third-party app stores to be housed within its Play Store
The Taiwanese firm said resumption of production at its Zhengzhou plant had seen a gradual recovery which has contributed to "double-digit growth"
Huawei chief Eric Xu says the company is easing out of crisis mode – just weeks after being hit by a further ban imposed by the US government.
Short form video apps such as Kuaishou and Douyin are now preferred conventional recruitment websites, used by 17.7% of blue collar workers, SCMP said
Smartphone giant is the latest tech firm to lay off workers, as sales and revenue have taken a hit in recent months as China battled Covid outbreaks