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SEATTLE: Boeing Co scrubbed the launch of its CST-100 Starliner to the International Space Station due to a system glitch, a fresh setback for the US aerospace company following the vehicle’s botched 2019 debut.
BEIJING: European aircraft manufacturer Airbus said it has been rebuilding and diversifying the layout of its global supply chain since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, and is willing to see more Chinese enterprises become its suppliers as it is forming a “vertical integration supply chain in China”.
NASA on Thursday postponed a planned launch of a Boeing CST-100 Starliner capsule to the International Space Station after the orbiting outpost was briefly thrown out of control by jet thrusters inadvertently activated on a newly docked Russian module, NASA said.
HEALTHCARE as a noble profession has been further accentuated by the pandemic, with doctors and nurses on the frontlines battling Covid-19.
TOKYO (Bloomberg): One Japanese company that got its start making grinding wheels for machinery more than 80 years ago believes it holds the key to helping manufacturers create ever slimmer and more powerful semiconductors to power next-generation mobile phones and advanced computers.
An 80-year-old Japanese company specialising in grinders believes it can help manufacturers create slimmer and more powerful semiconductors for next-generation technology.
Firms must be careful of what they are venturing into
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen, Europe's largest carmaker, is in talks with suppliers to secure direct access to raw materials for electric vehicle (EV) batteries via partnerships, one of its board members said.
Elon Musk is hailed as an innovator and disruptor who went from knowing next to nothing about building cars to running the world's most valuable automaker in the space of 16 years.