Day: August 25, 2021

Mazda rolls out its first EV, the MX-30, to take on compact rivals

Published by The Detroit News Mazda’s signature “zoom zoom” will get a little quieter this fall. The Japanese automaker on Tuesday introduced its first electric vehicle, the MX-30, starting at $34,645. The 100-mile range SUV enters the compact EV market against U.S. competitors like the Chevy Bolt EUV, Volkswagen ID.4, Hyundai Kona EV and Nissan

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South Korea takes on Apple and Google’s app store system

Published by Relaxnews After the United States and the European Union, South Korea also wants stricter regulations for the app stores of the two technology giants via a new bill. The Moon Jae-in government is targeting commissions and the payment system for in-app purchases, which locks developers into the duopoly. Will it soon be the

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Apex Ace’s Net Profit Rockets to HK$26.6 Million in 1H2021

Published by ACN Newswire HONG KONG, Aug 25, 2021 – (ACN Newswire) – Apex Ace Holding Limited (Apex Ace or the Company; HKG:6036) and its subsidiaries (collectively referred as the Group), a Hong Kong-based supplier of digital storage products and electronics components along with relevant technical support, has posted a revenue of approximately HK$1,423.9 million, representing a year-on-year leap

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Shimao Services Announces 2021 Interim Results, Operating Revenue Surges 171% to RMB 4,234 million

Published by ACN Newswire HONG KONG, Aug 25, 2021 – (ACN Newswire) – Shimao Services Holdings Limited (Shimao Services or the Company; HKG:873), a leading comprehensive property management and community living services provider in China, has announced its 2021 interim results, reporting an operating revenue of RMB 4,234 million, a year-on-year increase of 171%. Profit attributable to equity shareholders of our Company was

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Top Japan adviser blasts visit by IOC’s Bach as COVID curbs expand

Published by Reuters By Chang-Ran Kim and Daniel Leussink TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s top medical adviser blasted International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach on Wednesday for visiting Tokyo again when the country is expanding emergency curbs to contain the COVID-19 pandemic. Japan will expand states of emergency to eight more prefectures from Friday, taking

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Mexico to discuss U.S. court ruling on migrants with Washington

Published by Reuters MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico said on Wednesday it will discuss with Washington a U.S. Supreme Court order to uphold an immigration policy implemented under former President Donald Trump that forced thousands of asylum seekers to stay in Mexico to await U.S. hearings. The Supreme Court on Tuesday denied https://www.reuters.com/world/us/us-supreme-court-requires-biden-revive-trump-era-remain-mexico-immigration-2021-08-24 U.S. President

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Nasdaq scales new peak; Fed caution keeps S&P 500, Dow muted

Published by Reuters By Devik Jain (Reuters) – Technology stocks nudged the Nasdaq to a record high on Wednesday, while a fall in healthcare shares and caution ahead of the Federal Reserve’s annual symposium kept broader markets subdued. Healthcare, consumer staples and utilities – sectors usually considered safe bets by stock market investors – were

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China criticises U.S. “scapegoating” as COVID origin report to be released

Published by Reuters BEIJING (Reuters) -China criticised on Wednesday the U.S. “politicization” of efforts to trace the origin of the coronavirus, demanding a U.S. military laboratory be investigated, shortly before the release of a U.S. intelligence community report on the virus. The U.S. report is intended to resolve disputes among intelligence agencies considering different theories

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