Kim Jong-un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), meets with the delegation to the second DPRK-US high-level talks that had visited Washington of the United States, in Pyongyang, Jan 23, 2019. [Photo/IC]
Jürgen von Hollen, president of Universal Robots, said that given the very different requirements of small and big businesses, the world's more than 6 million small and medium-sized enterprises that contribute to nearly 70 percent of the world's manufacturing were neglected in the robot world for a long time.
Kim arrived in Beijing earlier in the day for a two-day visit. It was his third trip to China in just three months.
Keenan said NTJ was known to harass fellow Muslims who didn't share its extremist views. The first time that NTJ targeted other communities was in December, when the group was linked to vandalizing of Buddhist temples in Mawanella, central Sri Lanka.
Knack is putting a new spin on an old concept: Gift baskets. The Seattle startup uses advanced stock keeping, recommendation technology, and an e-commerce platform to help customers create custom gift boxes — no crafting skills required.
Karl-Heinz Lumpi, CEO of Esaote, said in the statement," We look forward to learning from and leveraging their [new shareholders] deep knowledge and experience of the Chinese market where the potential for growth is significant, especially considering that the ultrasound sector alone is worth nearly 1.3 billion euros in China”.
Knitting needles are clicking furiously around the world to create hundreds of protective pouches and blankets for native wildlife made homeless by Australian wildfires that have razed large swathes of bushland.
Kanter also discussed the company’s expansion in Asia, discussing a recent wedding show in Shanghai in which 60,000 people attended over two days. Kanter called it a “completely different market, with a completely different orientation.” But he said the Chinese market represents a big opportunity as consumers there embrace a “westernization” of marriage and engagement.
Kim said Japan took "unwarranted economic retaliation" against the ROK while claiming that the ROK top court's ruling on the wartime forced labor victims ran counter to the 1965 treaty and violated international law.
Kazuyuki Motohari, an official from the Immigration Services Agency, said the Justice Ministry will further crack down on those who flout the law.