“With respect, we urge you to focus on the facts and the law and leave the politics to the politicians,” Robert Frater, a Crown lawyer, said urging Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes to ignore the “geopolitical winds swirling around” Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou’s extradition case.

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Two years after being arrested, former diplomat Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor seem to have been “indicted and tried”, according to Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying. The two Canadians were arrested on December 10, 2018, days after Canada detained Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, daughter of the founder of the Chinese colossus.

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Dubai, 18 November 2020: At the Telecom Review Summit 2020, the Middle East’s largest ICT gathering, Verizon was awarded the ‘Best North American Wholesale Operator’ This year’s Summit was organized both physically and virtually due to the ongoing pandemic, allowing panelists and attendees to participate in the hybrid event from anywhere in the world.

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Society is becoming less dependent on physical cash. Convenience and recent measures to reduce the transfer of germs and viruses have hastened the use of contactless payment. In fact, MasterCard predicts that by 2021, 90 per cent of all transactions will be cashless, with 82 per cent of consumers currently preferring “cleaner” contactless transactions over handling bills and coins.

Read more: Tapping into the demand for contactless payment

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