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Friday Flashback

Friday Flashback: Oxford University Suspends Huawei's Sponsorships

Know what happened in the APAC region over the past week
Former Correspondent, Entrepreneur Asia Pacific
1 min read

Here's a new series on the big developments that took place in the APAC region over the past one week. 

1. Ride-hailing app Grab teams up with China-based insuretech company ZhongAn to offer insurance services in Southeast Asia. 

2. Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi is being considered to head the World Bank Group after the resignation of World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. If elected, Nooyi would be the first woman to head the World Bank.  

3. Oxford University has suspended donations and sponsorships from Huawei over claims that the company's devices could be used for spying. 


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