China Already Spent $230 Billion and More in Their Electric Vehicle Industry

China has invested $230.8 billion over a decade to boost its electric vehicle (EV) industry, with this support constituting 18.8% of total EV sales between 2009 and 2023.

OPEC+ Prolongs Most of Its Deep Oil Output Cuts Until 2025

OPEC+ has decided to prolong most of its extensive oil production cuts until 2025...

Amazon Is Ending Drone Deliveries in California, Eyes Arizona Expansion

Amazon has ceased drone delivery operations in Lockeford, California, as it prepares to expand its Prime Air program in Arizona...

Norway Labor Unions Successfully Negotiated a 5.2% Wage Increase, Avoiding Major Strike

Labor unions and employers in Norway have successfully negotiated a 5.2% wage increase...

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Ford CEO Jim Farley Urges Wall Street to Forget Tesla, Says Ford's 'Pro' Business Is the Auto Industry's Future
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LG Chem Signs Deal With GM to Build $3 Billion EV Battery Cathode Factory — The Largest of Its Kind in the US
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