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The ongoing trade war between the United States and China shows no signs of reaching a resolution as negotiations between the two global economic superpowers remains deadlocked. However, the topic of technology has now temporarily displaced the thorny subject of tariffs as the main currency in the dialogue between officials in Beijing and Washington, with the US, launching an aggressive offensive against major technology players in China.
Dubai Customs’ Business Innovation Department has organised a workshop for the employees on the blockchain technology in customs field.
Standard Chartered to introduce industry-first end-to-end blockchain-based smart guarantees proposition in trade finance.
Shipping group Maersk has announced that 94 companies and organisations have so far joined a blockchain platform developed with IBM.
The UAE has reportedly held high-level meetings with top Japanese officials to discuss ways of bolstering bilateral cooperation defence,education, advanced technology, health and space and aviation among others.
Dubai Exports has announced that it is organising the Future Manufacturing and Trade Summit, from 3rd to 4th October 2018, in collaboration with Expotrade Global, in Dubai.
The agreement between the UAE and China is aimed at facilitating exchange and integration of commodities, technology and capital through mutual education and cooperation.
President Xi Jinping of China is visiting the UAE heading a large delegation to further advance ties across trade, culture and technological cooperation between the two countries.