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US lawmakers seek GM answers on Mexico plant labor issues
Three U.S. lawmakers asked General Motors Co. to address reports of labor violations at a truck plant in central Mexico that was dragged into a…
India seen keeping lid on global rice prices with record exports
The world’s biggest rice exporter is heading for record shipments this year that will help to keep rising food prices in check, according to the…
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Labor unions lodge first USMCA complaint against Mexican factory
The U.S.’s largest labor union is leading a complaint over working conditions at an auto-parts factory in Mexico, the first case to test whether enforcement…
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Continental extends commitment to sustainability in natural rubber supply chain
Continental, one of the largest tire and automotive technology suppliers in the world, is extending its commitment to sustainability in the natural rubber supply chain.…
The Linux Foundation and NGMN collaborate on end-to-end 5G and beyond
The Linux Foundation and the Next Generation Mobile Network Alliance (NGMN), today announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for formal collaboration regarding…
Silicon Valley getting a rare new US solar-manufacturing plant
Standard Industries Inc., one of the world’s largest roofing companies, is deepening its bet on solar by building a rare U.S. panel factory in Silicon…
The U.K. deficit that risks cutting the pound’s rally short
A hole in Britain’s finances is starting to worry economists and stoke concerns about the pound. This time, the vast budget deficit created by the…
China targets some Australian LNG as trade dispute widens
At least two of China’s smaller liquefied natural gas importers have been told to avoid buying new cargoes from Australia, a further example of the…
Biden team amps up chip-crisis response with Raimondo summit
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo plans a summit with companies impacted by the global semiconductor shortage, including the largest chip manufacturers and U.S. automakers, according to…
Mumbai seeks to import millions of vaccines to avert Covid wave
Authorities in India’s financial hub Mumbai are seeking to import millions of vaccine doses to help avert a third potential coronavirus wave.