Russia's Plot to Assassinate CEO of German Arms Firm Supplying Ukraine Thwarted by US, Germany

Russia's attempted assassination plot targeting Armin Papperger, CEO of Rheinmetall AG, a major German arms manufacturer supplying Ukraine, was thwarted by US and German authorities.


Tesla Increases Model 3 Prices in Europe Over China EV Tariffs

Tesla has increased the price of its Model 3 cars in European countries like Germany, the Netherlands, and Spain...

UK Unveils New Stock Market Listing Rules to Simplify, Streamline the Process

As UK IPOs declined, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed new regulations for stock market listings...

US Sanctions Are Compromising Russian Imports of Chinese Cars

US sanctions have created obstacles for Russian imports of Chinese cars...


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