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Waymo steps toward a more diverse robo-taxi fleet with Jaguar deal

Waymo will include up to 20,000 Jaguar I-PACE electric vehicles in its upcoming autonomous fleet as part of a long-term partnership between Alphabet Inc's self-driving unit and Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Plc, the two companies said on March 27.

Amazon’s French delivery deal has ripples all the way to Brazil Inc’s delivery deal with Casino Guichard Perrachon SA advances the online retailer’s interests in Europe, but may also provide a foothold in South America.

Rift deepens between Apple, India’s telecom regulator over anti-spam app

US technology giant Apple Inc and India's telecoms regulator are at loggerheads over the development of a government anti-spam mobile application, with user privacy at the heart of a deepening rift between the two sides.

Asian shares buckle as tech firms come under more scrutiny

TOKYO: Asian shares pulled back on Wednesday as Wall Street was knocked hard on concerns about tighter regulations on the tech industry, denting a brief global equities recovery driven by hopes of easing fears of a trade war between China and the United States.

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US-China trade-war crossfire threatens Asia

Japan, Australia and other economies fear impact of disruption of global supply chain

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UK officials in talks to kick-start tidal power plan

LONDON: UK officials are in intensive talks with their Welsh counterparts to kick-start a tidal power plan by copying the controversial contract awarded to Electricite de France SA (EDF) for its Hinkley Point nuclear power project.

India bonds surge most since 2013 as Modi surprises on borrowing

MUMBAI: Traders in the embattled Indian sovereign bond market finally have something to cheer.

Thousands more leave Syria's Ghouta, rebels await Russian decision

BEIRUT/AMMAN (Reuters) - Thousands of people left eastern Ghouta for Syrian rebel territory near the Turkish border on Tuesday, the third large group to leave under a deal brokered by Russia to surrender the enclave near Damascus to the Syrian government.

NATO expels seven Russian diplomats, limits size of mission

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO has expelled seven diplomats from Russia's mission to the alliance and blocked the appointment of three others over the nerve agent attack in Britain this month, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday.