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dreamstime_s_60586696 By Mike Wackett 15/12/2020 Record high spot rates from Asia to North Europe and predictions of huge hikes for annual contract rates could lead to a rush of cancelled orders for next year.Retailers in Europe are already nervous about new partial lockdowns stymieing their sales, and the enormous sea freight rates and surcharges they are being billed is significantly adding to their concerns.“We are certainly starting to see customers cancelling, as the rates are beyond ridiculous,” one source told The Loadstar today.It appears carriers are now regularly quoting $10,000 per 40ft HC for January shipments from China to the UK, and another source reported to The Loadstar today he “had heard of $13,500 being quoted”.He added: “I can’t wait for the day certain lines are chasing our business again, and then I will have great pleasure telling them to phone back in 10 years.”And The Loadstar continues to receive complaints about the myriad extra charges by carriers on the tradelane, including a ramping-up of cancellation fees.One UK forwarder source said his carrier was looking at charging a $1,000 per teu booking cancellation fee, two weeks out from 1 January, despite the uncertainty of equipment availability.“That’s $2,000 per feu for doing nothing but reallocating boxes that they don’t have,” said the irate source.There are also concerns in the forwarding community that customers will either refuse, or be unable, to pay all the extra charges being racked up by the supply chain disruptions.Some 6,000 teu carried to the Belgian port of Zeebrugge several weeks ago, due to Ocean Alliance carriers skipping the heavily congested port of Felixstowe, are finally arriving at the London Thamesport Isle of Grain general cargo and container facility this week on two feeder vessels.Communication by the carrier on the relay operation was described by one UK forwarder dealing with customs clearances as “disgraceful”, and another told The Loadstar he feared his boxes could be stuck at Thamesport until after Christmas.“We have been trying to explain to our customer that it is very difficult to get transport from Kent to the Midlands at short notice – not that container haulage isn’t difficult anyway at the moment,” he said. “I don’t blame them for being angry with us and we have sent a very strong protest to the line, but they don’t even bother to reply.”In another instance, eight containers of toys that needed to get to UK stores pre-Christmas, and were due to be unloaded at Southampton, were instead unloaded at Dunkirk after the vessel skipped its UK call. The carrier has advised the forwarder that the transit time for them to be feedered to Southampton would be eight days.“It took the British three days to evacuate 500,000 soldiers [from Dunkirk] in World War II and, 75 years later, it’s taking a shipping line more than double that to transport eight boxes,” the forwarder told The Loadstar.The European Shippers’ Council and forwarding association CLECAT have urged the European Commission to follow the lead of the US Federal Maritime Commission and step up its scrutiny of carrier practices.Meanwhile, the Hutchison Ports-owned port of Felixstowe’s weekly operational update continues to state that it is increasing its labour force by recruiting 104 additional equipment drivers, plus a number of engineers.
Electric Picnic organisers release statement following confirmation of new festival date WhatsApp By LaoisToday Reporter – 27th January 2021 Previous articleJoe Mallon Motors Deal and Deliver Car of the Week: 191 Renault Zoe from €69 per weekNext articleHandball World Champion Paddy Donovan on 40 year career, greatest achievement and hopes for the future LaoisToday Reporter Laois Councillor ‘amazed’ at Electric Picnic decision to apply for later date for 2021 festival Pinterest Electric Picnic RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Home Deaths Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, January 27, 2021 Deaths Electric Picnic Below are the recent deaths in Laois.May they rest in peace.Michael FlynnRynn, Rosenallis, LaoisDied peacefully in the loving care of the staff of St. Vincent’s Hospital, Mountmellick, surrounded by his loving family. Predeceased by his loving wife Ellen.Rest in peaceDeeply regretted by his, sons Gerard and Cathal, daughters Evelyn, Dolores and Michelle, grandchildren Sarah, Corey, Enda, Aislinn, Beatrice, Jamie, Frederic, Michael, Isambard, Aragon, Roisin, Cillian and Shane, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, sons-in-law John, P.J., and Amgury, daughters-in-law Louise and Christina, neighbours, relatives and friends.Funeral Arrangements LaterSr. Maureen DelaneyHoly Family Convent, Naas Road, Newbridge, Kildare / Ballinakill, LaoisDELANEY, Sr. Maureen (Holy Family Convent, Newbridge, Co. Kildare and formerly of Ballinakill, Co. Laois) January 26, 2021. Deeply regretted by her sister, Sr. Esther, brother, Joe, nieces, nephews,extended family, the Community and Staff at Holy Family Convent, all Holy Family Members and many friends.May she rest in peace.Due to Government advice and HSE restrictions on public gatherings, a private Funeral Mass will take place in St. Conleth’s Parish Church, Newbridge on Thursday, January 28 at 11 am and can be viewed on the parish webcam at www.newbridgeparish.ie/webcam/Burial immediately afterwards in St. Conleth’s Cemetery.James DelaneyClonagowan, Ballyfin, LaoisDied peacefully in the loving care of the staff of Droimnin Nursing Home, Stradbally. Predeceased by his sister Sheila (Kinahan), nephew Eamon and niece Brigid. Deeply regretted by his loving brother Frank, nephews and nieces, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, grand nephews and nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.Rest in peaceDue to current government advice regarding public gatherings, a private family funeral will take place in St. Fintan’s Church, Ballyfin on Thursday morning at 11am. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. The Mass can be viewed on the parish webcam @ ballyfinparish.ie.Thomas EnglishCherrygarth, Portlaoise, LaoisDied 26th January in the loving care of the wonderful staff of Oakdale nursing home, Portarlington. Beloved husband of the late Teasie and much loved father of Michael, Brian, Therese and Maureen. Deeply regretted by his loving family, daughter in law, Catherine and Ann, sons in law, Ger and Gerry. His twelve grandchildren, Niall, Aideen, Eoin, Tom, Barry, Grace, Kate, Conor, Aoife, Auveen, Richard and Brendan, his eight great grandchildren, Brian, Andrew, Sophia, Voilet, Cal, Tomás, Lucy and Zara. Brother Billy and his wife Ann, brother Paddy, sister in law Ann, nieces, nephews, extended family, relatives and friends.May He Rest In PeaceA private family funeral will take place this Wednesday 27th January at 12 noon in St Peter & Paul’s Church, Portlaoise. Mass can be viewed on the Portlaoise parish website https://www.portlaoiseparish.ie/ Interment afterwards in St Peter & Paul’s Cemetery, Portlaoise.Christopher Francis McGlinnTerenure, Dublin / Portlaoise, LaoisMcGlinn, Christopher Francis, FCILT, MEd, Peace Commissioner.- January 24, 2021 (of Wainsfort Road, Terenure, Dublin- formerly of Oak Leaf cottage, Port Laoise) passed peacefully in Tallaght Hospital, his two loving sons by his side, Jonathan and Kristian. He will be profoundly missed by his loving and devoted family: His Northern Princess Tuula, 57 years married, his two sons, his daughter in-law-Dearbhail, and his three Grandsons, Fionn, Cían, and Lughaidh; also his brother Derrick, wife Anne, their children Greg, Eric, Dianne; brother Patrick and Sister-in-law Angela (both deceased), and their children Paul, Catherine, Clare, and Helen, and all the extended family. Chris was a kind, giving, selfless, dutiful, honourable, loving man. He touched many hearts. Chris had a lifelong association with Clondalkin Rugby Football Club: Twice Club president, Honorary Secretary for many years, and a Trustee director, presented with the President’s award for service. General manager of Logistics at the Special Olympics 2003. Many devoted years to FAS. His greatest service was the devoted love to his family.Requiescat In PaceDue to government advice regarding public gatherings, a private funeral will take place on Friday (Jan 29th) at 11am in Terenure College Chapel, Templeogue Road, D6W DK72 followed by interment in Portlaoise Cemetery arriving at 2pm approx. To live stream the service click on this link https://livestream.absentfriends.ie/ChristopherMcGlinn.Catherine Naughton (née SELBY)Raheny, Dublin / LaoisNAUGHTON (née Selby) Catherine, Raheny, Dublin and late of Tinnakil, Co. Laois, 21st of January 2021 (peacefully) at Lusk Community Unit. Beloved wife of the late John, predeceased by her daughter Patricia and her brother George. Much loved mother of John, Marie, Karen, Declan, Enda, and Maeve. She will be sadly missed by her family, her sisters Maureen and Eileen, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, her treasured grandchildren, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.Rest in peaceDue to government guidelines on public gatherings a private family Funeral Mass will take place on Friday at 10.00 am at the Church of Our Lady of Divine Grace which can be viewed on the following web linkhttps://Livestream.absentfriends.ie/CatherineNaughtonJohn MillerGlenbawn, Athy, KildareHusband of the late Mary and brother of the late Martin. Deeply regretted by his loving son John, daughter Catherine, brothers Fran, Gerry and Tony, sisters Catherine, Statia, Agnes and Bernie, daughter-in-law Yoomi , son-in-law Damian, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, grandchildren Leona and Kayla, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.Rest in PeaceDue to government restrictions a private family Requiem Mass will take place at 11am on Thursday morning (28th January) in St. Michael’s Parish Church, Athy, limited to 10 people. The Mass will be livestreamed, see www.parishofathy.ie. Burial afterwards in St. Michael’s New Cemetery, Athy.Ann Seale (née McGarry)Oakvale, Stradbally, Laois / Athy, KildarePassed to her eternal reward on Tuesday, 26th January in Cloverlodge Nursing Home, Athy. She was predeceased by her husband Jack, sisters Mary and Margaret and brother James. Ann will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her daughters Mary, Bessie and Bridie, her sons Bill, Jim and Fran, her son-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.Ní imithe uainn atá sí ach imithe romhainnRequiem Mass will take place at 11am on Wednesday morning (27th January) in The Church of the Sacred Heart, Stradbally, limited to 10 people. The mass will be livestreamed , see www.streamlive.ie.Burial afterwards in St. Fintan’s Cemetery, Mountrath. In line with government advice and to ensure everybodys safety Ann’s funeral will take place with family only, please. We ask that everybody that knew Ann would say a prayer in her memory.Breda McGrathClonmeen, Errill, LaoisBreda McGrath, Clonmeen, Errill, Co. Laois. January 24th 2021. Peacefully in the tender care of the nurses and staff of Patterson’s Nursing Home, Roscrea. Sadly mourned by her sisters Nellie (Bannon), Nan (O’Keefe) and Angela Campion, sister-in-law, brothers-in-law, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives, neighbours and friends.As per the COVID 19 Directive a private funeral has been arranged. Due to the increased risk of infection and in the interest of public safety and in compliance with current guidelines, you are asked not to attend the funeral or congregate in the Church yard or the Cemetery.SEE ALSO – Deaths in Laois – Tuesday, January 26, 2021 Electric Picnic apply to Laois County Council for new date for this year’s festival Facebook Facebook Deaths in Laois – Wednesday, January 27, 2021 TAGSDeaths in Laois Electric Picnic
By Daily NK – 2015.09.23 1:58pm RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ◆Why the need for AM frequency broadcast? According to North Korean listeners thattune in to radio broadcasts from the South, sound quality is the main reasonfor the fluctuating amount of listeners. It was also reported that, becauseradio channels are locked on state-controlled stations, it can take roughly anhour just to tune into the broadcasts, as citizens try to avoid crackdowns. Therefore, listeners tend to tune in tobroadcasts based on audibility of the station rather than on personal contentpreference. When they end up finding an interesting program, most will searchfor it again later, however the majority will base further listening off of thestation’s sound quality. In South Korea, the current frequencies inuse can be mainly be broken down into FM, AM, and shortwave radio. FMfrequencies are the clearest but cannot reach far into North Korea. Shortwave frequenciescan travel long distances, but the sound quality is unstable and doesn’t makefor a good listening experience. On the other hand, AM frequencies, found inthe 100kWh range, are able to penetrate the current jamming technology employedby Pyongyang and extend to more areas of North Korea, making it much easier forlisteners to tune in. Choi Kyu Won (pseudonym, age 54), a formermilitary cadre, gave his impressions of the radio broadcasts via hisexperiences listening in the North. “AM frequency programs via Radio Free Asia and Korean Broadcasting System’s (KBS) ‘OnePeople Radio’ (Han Minjok Bangsong) were the most audible. Other than that, you could sometimes stumbleonto one of the broadcasts from unofficial groups but if you try to find itagain later the sound quality was either really poor or it was too difficult tocorrectly land on the correct frequency.” Added Mr. Choi, “North Korean authoritiespurposefully assign the state-run media broadcasts very close to the samefrequencies that of many of the outside broadcasts. This commonly causes ablending of the two stations which jumbles the transmission, making it verydifficult to understand. Without AM frequencies, there’s no way to effectivelyreach anything past the provinces of North and South Hwanghae.” According to Song Kyeong Jin (pseudonym,age 42), a North Korean defector, “I was surprised to find that broadcasts fromoutside South Korea, such as the U.S.’s Radio Free Asia and Voice of America,were the easiest to hear. It was only after arriving in South Korea that Irealized that the local broadcasts are much more in-tune with the minds of theNorth Korean people. It really is a shame that these broadcasts can’t be heard morereadily within the North. ◆Upgrading sound quality of broadcasts targeting North Korea imperative to driving change Both KBS’ “One People Radio” and Ministry ofDefense’s ‘Voice of Freedom’ domestic radio broadcasts have been allotted AMfrequencies and are transmitting into the North. Meanwhile, NGO-based broadcasting organizations such as Unification Media Group (UMG) and NorthKorea Reform Radio have been sending short wave radio broadcasts into the Northfor over 10 years via transmission stations in Central Asia. Despite awealth of knowledge and expertise, due to a lack of AM frequency and highproduction costs, these broadcasts are limited in their reach and audibility,thus making it difficult to garner more listeners within the isolated nation. Recently, ruling Saenuri Partyrepresentative Ha Tae Kyung, alongside Kim Eul Dong, proposed the “North KoreaPrivate Broadcasting Production Aid Bill”, which aims to both allocate mediumwave frequencies and production funds to NGO-based broadcasting organizationslike Unification Media Group. However, at present, it remains unclear whetherthe bill will make it through the National Assembly. Also, while it is truethat the civil society, including some political entities, have suggested theallocation of AM frequencies to private broadcasting organizations, they haveconsistently met opposition over the argument that it will worsen inter-Koreanrelations. Lee Kwang Baek, president of UMG [the radioleg of which has been broadcasting into the North for over 10 years], pointedout, “Recently, radio broadcasts using the FM band in South Korea have rapidlyincreased, but there are still plenty of idle AM frequencies available. So, I’mcurious why the government, which places great importance on reunification, isso reluctant to assign these leftover frequencies to private broadcastingentities.” President Lee dismissed worries concerningthe potential degradation of inter-Korean relations, stating, “Our broadcastsdiffer from the anti-North loudspeaker transmissions in that they can’t bephysically seen. They are not a hindrance to inter-Korean relations, butinstead a means to bring change to the North Korean people. Furthermore, NorthKorea has also been transmitting into the South from various stations along theborder with its “Echo of Reunification” propaganda broadcast, which began on December1, 2012. It’s hypocritical for the regime to denounce us on the issue.” Mr. Kim Il Nam (pseudonym, 48), a defectorand former listener of North Korea-targeted broadcasts, emphasized, “NorthKoreans who listen to even a low-quality radio broadcast once become hooked,searching it out again and again like a drug. Given that over an estimated 70%of North Korean citizens now have access to a radio, an increase in broadcastquality will inevitably lead to wide-scale enlightenment.” Mr. Kim added, “Power capable ofinstigating internal change, in a North Korea that is suppressed by Kim Jong’siron fist, is currently lacking. These North Korea-targeted broadcasts need tobe the catalyst for revolution. After unification, if politicians want to honorablyclaim they played a role in bringing the two Koreas together then support forNGO-based broadcasting into North Korea should not be put off any longer.” President Lee stressed that while only anestimated 2-4% of North Koreans are thought to be listening to the NGO-basedbroadcasts, it is imperative to remember that the statistic is from insignificant; it represents as many as200-400 thousand North Korean citizens (of the adult population). By securingan AM frequency to improve transmission quality and range, this number could comfortably jump to 1-2 million people–a robust contingent capable of of reshaping the countryand bringing about change. “The content of the broadcasts mustdiversify in order to bring systematic change to North Koreans on all levels ofsociety. This is why private broadcasting organizations are developing variousprograms based on accurate understanding of the people. I’m confident thatbroadcasting over AM will become the “signal flare” that leads to theenlightenment of the North Korean people,” Lee asserted. News SHARE Facebook Twitter North Korea tries to accelerate building of walls and fences along border with China Hamhung man arrested for corruption while working at a state-run department store News News News Ordinary Pyongyang residents have not received government rations since mid-April AM frequency pivotal to accelerate change in NK Daily NKQuestions or comments about this article? 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RelatedJamaica Offers Building Code to Haiti Government RelatedJamaica Offers Building Code to Haiti Government Jamaica Offers Building Code to Haiti Government Office of the Prime MinisterFebruary 27, 2010 RelatedJamaica Offers Building Code to Haiti Government FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaican planning and engineering professionals have offered the use of national codes and processes to the government of Haiti as part of institutional strengthening in that country’s rebuilding efforts.The Jamaican Institution of Engineers has made the Jamaican Building Code available and the Kingston and St Andrew Corporation (KSAC) has also offered their development application and approval procedures.The Minister of Tourism for Haiti, Patrick Delatour, was informed of this when he made a courtesy call on Prime Minister Bruce Golding at Jamaica House on February 25.The Jamaican Building Code, which was completed in 2009, meets international standards for energy conservation, fire safety, plumbing and fuel gas safety, among others. The Code will be enforced under the Jamaica Building Code Act when it is passed into law. It is expected to be of great use to Haiti as the code is specific to the geological and climatic conditions of the island, which would be similar to that of the neighbouring nation.Prime Minister Golding said that the Mexico-Caricom Summit held earlier this week in Cancun, resulted in a commitment by Mexico to support the Caricom presence in Haiti which would now go beyond relief to serve other areas of need.Mr Delatour noted that his government considered Caricom efforts to be central to their plans. Advertisements
Future-ready food safety hub launched to build Singapore’s capabilities Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore), in partnership with the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), officially launched the Future Ready Food Safety Hub (FRESH) hosted at NTU on 27 April.Witnessed by Ms Grace Fu, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment, NTU President Professor Subra Suresh, A*STAR Chairman Ms Chan Lai Fung and SFA Chairman Mr Lim Chuan Poh, the FRESH collaboration agreement was signed by NTU Senior Vice President (Research) Professor Lam Khin Yong, A*STAR CEO Mr Frederick Chew, and SFA CEO Mr Lim Kok Thai at the opening of Food Science and Technology Global 2021 (FST Global 2021) conference.FRESH is set up to drive food safety research for ‘Food Safety Science & Innovation’ under the Singapore Food Story (SFS) R&D Programme. It is also tasked with helping build local food safety science capabilities in support of Singapore’s growing food innovation ecosystem.As a platform for collaboration across institutions and disciplines, FRESH will provide new food safety support and complement existing efforts under the Singapore Food Story. FRESH will bridge multiple disciplines, which include food science, microbiology, chemistry, toxicology, engineering, and communication sciences and will work with government, academic and industry stakeholders to build a unique collaborative tripartite R&D platform. /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:agreement, communication, conference, ecosystem, Engineering, environment, Food Safety, Government, innovation, microbiology, Nanyang Technological University, President, Professor, Singapore, sustainability, technology, university
The incidence rate of prostate cancer is 9-10/100000 population, higher compared to countries like Asia, Africa, lower compared to US, EuropeIn observance of Prostate Cancer Awareness month i.e September, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has released data on the incidence rate of prostate cancer in India. It states that the incidence rate of prostate cancer is 9-10/100000 population, higher compared to countries like Asia and Africa, but lower compared to the US and Europe. Hence, experts suggest going for complete physical examination including DRE in order to detect prostate cancer at an early stage.Prostate cancer affects the prostate gland which is situated distal to the bladder neck. It is commonly seen in men above the age of 60. Typically, the symptoms are a frequent urge to urinate, painful urination, repeated urinary tract infections (UTI) and occasionally blood in the urine. Surgical treatment includes open surgery (open radical prostatectomy) that is the surgical removal of the prostate gland or minimal invasive surgery (MIS)- robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RALP). The additional benefits of the later are precision surgery, less blood loss and reduced pain with a short hospital stay and early return to work.Dr Jagdeesh Kulkarni, Prof of Uro-oncology, Asian Cancer Institute, said, “People above the age of 60 are at an increased risk of suffering from prostate cancer. One of the best ways for early detection of prostate cancer is DRE and the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test. Those people who have a family history of prostate cancer, irrespective of the symptoms should undergo regular check-ups including DRE and PSA, after the age of 45.”“Furthermore, it is recommended to embrace a healthy lifestyle, cessation of smoking, well-balanced diet and regular physical exercises would go a long way in keeping prostate cancer at bay,” concluded Dr Kulkarni. Share Read Article Comments (0) News The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story cancerDREIndian Council of Medical Researchopen radical prostatectomyProstate Cancerprostate glandPSArepeated urinary tract infectionsrobot-assisted radical prostatectomy Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Related Posts WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 ICMR releases data on incidence rate of prostate cancer in India Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha By EH News Bureau on September 25, 2019 Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Add Comment MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre”
Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Related Former Ericsson employees charged in bribery case Chris Donkin Ericsson unveiled plans to build a smart manufacturing facility in the US to produce 5G antenna systems, a move it said would aid rapid deployment of the network technology in North America.The plant will be the company’s first smart factory with “highly automated operations” in the region and is expected to open early next year. The location of the facility is still subject to discussions with authorities in the country.It will produce 5G radios for urban areas and “advanced antenna systems” designed to boost mobile coverage across rural regions.In a statement, the vendor said the move was part of efforts to develop a “flexible supply chain” enabling it to work closely with customers across the world. It already has multiple manufacturing and R&D facilities in North America.Ericsson’s announcement comes days after reports that US authorities were considering imposing regulations requiring all components used in the country’s 5G networks to be produced outside of China, where Ericsson and rival vendors have facilities.Fredrik Jejdling, Ericsson EVP and head of networks, said the company was “digitalising our entire global production landscape, including establishing this factory in the US. With 5G connectivity we’re accelerating Industry 4.0, enabling automated factories for the future”.Ericsson already has factories with smart facilities in Estonia, China and Brazil. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Previous ArticleHuawei flexes 5G muscleNext ArticleIntelligence Brief: 5 ways to think about China Mobile’s 5G tender Home Ericsson set to expand US 5G kit production Tags Mobile Mix: Buzzing for Barcelona Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Author Asia AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 26 JUN 2019 5GEricssonUS