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WITSA Signs Global Industry Letter on Draft Data Transfer Assessment Measures from Cyberspace Administration of China

December 1, 2021 WITSA today signed a Global Industry Letter regarding the draft Security Assessment Measures for Cross-border Data Transfers recently issued by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC).   The attached letter underscores the benefits of cross-border data transfers to China‚Äôs economy and governmental policy objectives. The letter also makes several procedural and substantive recommendations … Continue reading WITSA Signs Global Industry Letter on Draft Data Transfer Assessment Measures from Cyberspace Administration of China

NEWS

What Taiwan can teach the world on fighting the coronavirus

Coronavirus seriously affects the world industry. But Taiwan’s control of the epidemic is impressive. According to NBC NEWS report on March 10, it listed eight principal points of view.  “What Taiwan can teach the world on fighting the coronavirus.” In this report, Taiwan uses many technology products to prevent epidemics, such as temperature monitors to … Continue reading What Taiwan can teach the world on fighting the coronavirus

EVENTS

WCIT 2021: Dhaka, Bangladesh

The World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT 2021) will be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh from November 11-14, 2021. 

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WTO REPORT: INTERNATIONAL TRADE FLOWS HAVE REBOUNDED STRONGLY, TRADE-RESTRICTIVE MEASURES DECLINE

Countries are using trade remedies slightly more than in previous years while fewer trade restrictive measures are being implemented…