In TECH NEWS, Microsoft/Activision Blizzard gets closer to approval, Amazon takes on the EU's digital rules, China draws up AI rules, the FCA warns about AI, Reuters reckons AI will write news, KPMG invests $2bn in AI and Cloud services and Foxconn remains committed to India. In CONSUMER NEWS, record UK pay growth fuels the inflation fire, Hunt orders minions to find £2bn for public sector workers, the OECD says British companies are guilty of greedflation and UK mortgage rates hit a new high. In CAR-RELATED NEWS, big car makers get together to source battery materials and Toyota steps up its hydrogen fuel cell push. In MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, BluSmart takes on Uber in India, Musk aims to launch a UK home energy provider and the LSE's share of global trading continues to shrink. AND FINALLY, I bring you a quick trip around the world and how to make crispy seaweed...
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