2018 Forecast: Can The Army Reinvent Itself?

The Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, checks out a cyber/electronic warfare unit at the National Training Center. WASHINGTON: Over the next few weeks, US Army leaders will make major decisions about the Futures Command they’re standing up this summer. The new organization will be the biggest departure in how the Army buys weapons in… Please follow and like us:

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China seeks more sectors to cooperate with Israeli hi-tech startups

JERUSALEM – China is seeking more sectors to cooperate with Israel in high technology under the background of the “innovative comprehensive partnership” established between China and Israel. This is the common sense reached among officials, entrepreneurs and experts from China and Israel, who attended the 6th China-Israel Hi-tech Investment Summit held Sunday in Haifa, northern coastal… Please follow and like us:

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GDP expected to top 80 trillion yuan this year, NDRC chief says

China’s GDP is expected to exceed 80 trillion yuan ($12.08 trillion) this year, with a growth rate possibly higher than the annual target of around 6.5 percent, the chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission said on Saturday. It means the annual growth from last year will reach more than 6 trillion yuan, an increment… Please follow and like us:

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China, Russia embrace new opportunities for economic cooperation

BEIJING — For online shoppers in Russia, the go-to website is neither Amazon nor a local e-commerce portal, but AliExpress, an e-commerce site run by China’s Alibaba Group. Over 22 million visitors logged onto the site in January 2017, making it the most popular e-commerce site in Russia, leaving local counterparts such as Ozon.ru and Eldorado.ru… Please follow and like us:

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Robotic food delivery is rolling into the United States in February

Will the Starship bot be the future of takeout? Starship Technologies, co-founded by Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis of Skype fame, raised $17.2 million in January to build a fleet of six-wheeled delivery robots. More feasible for large-scale rollouts than drones, these delivery bots are scheduled to have their American debut in Washington, D.C. and Redwood… Please follow and like us:

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