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Trump’s Huawei ban ‘wins’ one trade battle, but the US may lose the networking war – TechCrunch

While U.S. government officials celebrate what they must consider to be a win in their battle against the low-cost, high-performance…

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SoftBank makes a huge bet on Latin America – TechCrunch

Rappi represents a new era for Latin American technology startups. Based in Bogotá, Colombia, the on-demand delivery startup has taken…

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Partnering with Visa, emerging market lender Branch International raises $170 million – TechCrunch

The San Francisco-based startup Branch International, which makes small personal loans in emerging markets, has raised $170 million and announced a…

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After FAA doubles down on 737 decision, Canada grounds the planes amid reports of complaints from U.S. pilots – TechCrunch

After the Federal Aviation Administration issued a statement late yesterday doubling down on its decision to keep the Boeing 737…