Facebook official charges Irish regulators haven't treated Facebook fairly.
Facebook said it may have to pull its services from Europe.
The worldwide Automotive Relay Market is anticipated to reach around USD 18.46 billion by 2026 according to a new research published by Polaris Market Research.In 2017, Asia-Pacific accounted for the majority share in the global Automotive Relay market.The expanding global automotive industry, along with increasing demand for electric vehicles majorly drives the market growth.The adoption of automotive relay systems has increased significantly owing to increasing demand for luxury and comfortable vehicles, and introduction of stringent government regulations regarding vehicular safety.Other factors driving the market growth include growing disposable income, technological advancements, and changing lifestyles.New emerging markets, emerging consumer demographics, and stringent government regulations would provide growth opportunities for Automotive Relay market in the coming years.Request for sample copy of this report @ https://www.polarismarketresearch.com/industry-analysis/automotive-relay-market/request-for-sample In 2017, Asia-Pacific accounted for the highest share in the global Automotive Relay market.The introduction of stringent government regulations for vehicular and road safety accelerates the adoption of automotive relays.
American developer, Blix, has written a letter to EU Antitrust Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, saying that there is unfair competition in the Apple App Store. He ...
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Telcos all over the EU are celebrating after their overlords at the European Commission officially gave 5G and fibre the green light.
Eight of 10 required antitrust bodies have cleared LVMH's $16 billion acquisition of Tiffany, and the EU will decide by October 26.
Companies could be broken up or forced to sell off European operations.
A new market study, “Global Procurement as a Service Market” has been featured on Market Research Future.Companies in the Global Procurement as a Service Market are facing issues in keeping their production facilities fully functional due to shortage of staff and resources amidst the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.Avails out reports for exciting prices to learn new opportunities that companies can capitalize on during and after the Coronavirus crisis.Regional analysisNorth America: The largest regional market for procurement as a service, North America has a well-entrenched services industry, a high degree of digitalization, and a highly competitive business environment, all factors which serve to drive the procurement as a service market.US: Most of the leading companies providing procurement as a service are headquartered in the US.Both these sectors benefit hugely from procurement as a service and that acts as a driver for the market in the US.Related Link : https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/8293Europe: The European Union comes in slightly behind the US to be the second-largest economy in the world.Highly digitalized and very efficiently regulated, the European economy must utilize procurement as a service in order to compete with the other economies.Germany: Germany had the world’s biggest trade surplus in 2016 as well as being the third-largest exported that year.Germany continues to be a prime manufacturing hub.This will drive the market for procurement as a service in Germany for the forecast period.UK: London is Europe’s largest financial center with more than 11% of British tax coming from its financial services sector in 2012, a number that has increased in recent years.
EU says 5G can aid economy and technological capabilities
The European Industrial Roundtable (ERI) association has criticized the pace of 5G deployment in the region. ERI’s membership includes CEOs and chairman of the 55 ...
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Summary –A new market study, “Global Space Industry Market - Global Demand, Sales, Consumption and Forecasts to 2020-2025” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.The Space Industry is emerging as one of the most lucrative industry globally.The Space Industry, is valued at US$ 360 billion in 2018, is projected grow at a CAGR of 5.6%, to value US$ 558 billion by 2026.Demand for nano-satellites and re-usable launch vehicle systems is anticipated to be driven by the massive investment made by countries like US, China, Russia and the European Union in the development of next generation satellite systems and the large scale procurement of such systems by countries like Saudi Arabia, India, Japan and South Korea.The United States is the largest spender in the domain with China, European Union, India, Russia, Japan and South Korea anticipated accounting for the bulk of spending.In terms of categories, nano satellites is expected to account for the highest proportion of spending, followed by markets for reusable launch vehicles, especially those vehicles that can place payloads in LEO orbit.The market for Satellites is anticipated to be the largest category primarily due to the ongoing procurement of such systems by countries of the Asia Pacific, North America and European regions.Also Read : https://www.einpresswire.com/article/515666811/space-2020-global-market-net-worth-us-558-billion-forecast-by-2026North America is expected to account for the largest share of the total global expenditure followed by the Asia Pacific Region where countries like China, India, South Korea and Japan are investing billions to procure such systems.The report "Global Space Industry Market and Technology Forecast to 2026" offers detailed analysis of the global Space Industry and provides market size forecasts.Furthermore, it covers key technological and market trends in the industry and analyzes factors influencing demand for such Systems.In particular, it provides an in-depth analysis of the following:Overview: Snapshot of the various Space Launch Systems market during 2018-2026, including highlights of the demand drivers, trends and challenges.
According to Market Research Future (MRFR), The global acoustic vehicle alerting systems market is estimated to witness a CAGR of 12% from 2019 to 2025 (forecast period).The report discusses the strengths, opportunities, threats, and potential business risks and offers a detailed analysis of the global market situation with the effect of COVID-19.The Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System (AVAS) is a sound generation device for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles.The low noise level of the EV could make it difficult for pedestrians, particularly the visually impaired population, to detect an approaching EV immersion in the flow of traffic due to the masking effect of ambient noise.In addition, the increasing number of electric vehicles on the road increases the possible danger of silent vehicles for pedestrians, cyclists, and the general population.ALSO READ:https://www.marketwatch.com/press-release/acoustic-vehicle-alerting-systems-market-is-anticipated-to-achieve-cagr-of-12-by-2025-trends-share-size-growth-insight-competitive-analysis-2020-08-13?mod=mw_quote_news=yMarket DynamicsThe growth of the global market for acoustic vehicle alerting systems can mainly be attributed to the strict regulations imposed by governments across the globe to curb the risk of accidents induced by electric vehicles' low sound.For example, the European Union has a new regulation requiring all new electric and hybrid vehicles to alert pedestrians when traveling at speed below 12 mph by 2021.Likewise, in the US, the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) mandated to require all electric and hybrid vehicles to emit sound while traveling up to 18.6 mph by September 2020.Nevertheless, the reliability and longevity of AVAS in electric vehicles are expected to impede the growth of the global market for acoustic vehicle alerting systems over the forecast period.
According to recent reports, the European Union is working on new measures to punish the technology giants. These measures include forcing them to spin off or ...
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EU Commissioner Thierry Breton compared the power tech giants wield now to that of the banks before the financial crisis.