The New York Times

Vietnam Wants to Control Social Media? Too Late.

The bill was released for public consultation in June but only garnered wide attention recently, when as the National Assembly was reconvening, the Chamber of Commerce stated its objections. The proposed law requires foreign tech giants like Google, Facebook and Skype to set up offices ...

DIEN LUONG

Trans-Pacific Trade Partners Are Moving On, Without the U.S.

President Trump shook up the world economic order this year by pulling the United States out of a major international trade pact and raising fundamental questions about its global role. Today, the world is moving on without it. A group of 11 countries announced on Saturday ...

A. STEVENSON, M.RICH

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