Smartphone giant blamed government officials

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On: Feb 2021

The prominent smartphone giant of China, Xiaomi has blamed the officials of the United States over the decision of the former president Donald Trump to include it to a blacklist that would ban America [...] Read More

Automaker aims to zero tailpipe discharges by 2035

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On: Jan 2021

The leading US automaker General Motors has recently said that it's aiming to auction all its light pickup trucks, SUVs, and new cars with negligible tailpipe emissions by 2035. It would be a dramatic [...] Read More

President to inaugurate a new window for uninsured

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On: Jan 2021

The US president Joe Biden instructed government health insurance industries to resume for an extraordinary sign-up window, sheltering uninsured Americans because the spread of coronavirus pandemic re [...] Read More

Automaker to represent updated design of Model S

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On: Jan 2021

On Wednesday, the topmost automaker giant of the United States, Tesla showcases a significant redesign of its electric sedan which is also known as the Model S. The company released its updated versio [...] Read More

Approving more COVID-19 pandemic relief loans

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On: Jan 2021

The Small Business Administration (SBA) of the United States said that it had finalized more than 400,000 coronavirus pandemic relief loans that worth around $35 billion. Furthermore, it was attemptin [...] Read More

New administration to reinstate electric models

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On: Jan 2021

On Monday, the president of the United States of America said that his brand-new administration will change the government fleet of nearly 650,000 cars with electric models in an approach to shift to [...] Read More

Senate panel to meet for Treasury nomination

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On: Jan 2021

The Congressional resources said that the United States, Senate Finance Committee has been planning to schedule a meeting for Friday to determine the nomination of Janet Yellen for the post of Treasur [...] Read More

EU Commission urges to accelerate COVID-19 vaccination

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On: Jan 2021

Reportedly, the European Commission is imploring member states to increase the COVID-19 vaccinations in order to assure that nearly 80 percent of the most susceptible people to the virus, those w [...] Read More

Brent crude climbs up over demand concerns

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On: Jan 2021

On Tuesday, Brent crude futures gained massively as confidence that the US government stimulus will drift worldwide economic growth, as well as oil demand, exceeded concerns that renewed coronavirus p [...] Read More

Oil declines due to increasing coronavirus cases

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On: Jan 2021

Recently, oil estimates dropped, while expanding losses that previous week closed a rally that has been backed by production slumps and powerful Chinese demand, along with the rebound outlook of the o [...] Read More

President-elect declares new stimulus package

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On: Jan 2021

According to the recent buzz, on Thursday, president-elect Joe Biden declared the newest plan of stimulus package of nearly $1.9 trillion in order to revive the economy of the country and meanwhile, c [...] Read More

European firms may face sanctions threat

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On: Jan 2021

The State Department of the United States this month stated that the European firms which it discovers are helping to implement the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline of Russia that they face the problem of s [...] Read More