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Volkswagen Group said Thursday that, together with its Chinese partners, it will invest around 4 billion euros ($4.43 billion) in China next year, with almost half of the cash to be spent on developing e-mobility.
Boeing on Friday said it is working to address concerns outlined in Indonesia’s final report on the crash of a Lion Air 737 Max jet in October last year that killed all 189 people on board.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been prevented from holding a key vote on the Brexit withdrawal deal he recently agreed with Brussels.
Repair work is underway at two Saudi Aramco oil facilities after predawn attacks on Saturday forced the kingdom to shut down half its total oil production.
The European planemaker Airbus upped its estimate for the number of new aircraft needed over the next 20 years, while at the same time lowering its prediction for the number of planes that will serve the skies.
Iran rejected claims that one of its drones has been shot down by a U.S. warship in the Strait of Hormuz.
Theresa May has failed for a third time to get her “withdrawal deal” approved by U.K. lawmakers.
Passengers are told to go looking for “rescue fares” from rival airlines.
The U.K. leader has offered her future resignation in an apparent exchange for support of her Brexit deal.
It is the third antitrust fine from Brussels to hit Google.