Wirecard, E-commerce, Supermarkets, Chinese Manufacturing and Slack: The Week’s Most Interesting

LONG INTRODUCTION, BUT AN INTERESTING STORY On May 4th, 1915, Chinese students and citizens started a protest against economically stronger Japan and decided to boycott all Japanese products as a protest against Japanese aggression against China. The boycott lasted for weeks. In 2006, the Great American Boycott was conceived by immigrants in the USA to boycott products made in America.Continue reading “Wirecard, E-commerce, Supermarkets, Chinese Manufacturing and Slack: The Week’s Most Interesting”