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DETROIT: Ford Motor Co yesterday outlined another series of plant shutdowns due to the global semiconductor chip shortage, with five facilities in the United States and one in Turkey affected.
TOKYO (Reuters) -Nissan Motor Co will slash production at severalfactories in Japan next month, three sources with direct knowledge of the plan told Reuters on Thursday, in the latest hit to an automaker from a global shortage of semiconductors. Japan's third-largest automaker will idle its factory inKyushu, southern Japan, for eight days between May 10 and 19,the sources said, declining to be identified because the plan isnot public.
LONDON (Reuters) - Athletes have legitimate concerns about the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics and organisers need to be transparent in addressing them, says the Centre for Sport and Human Rights chief executive Mary Harvey.
DEL RIO, Texas (Reuters) - Sheriff Joe Frank Martinez is worried.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Chinese President Xi Jinping pledges to hold a successful Winter Olympics next year in Beijing, responding to challenges the event faces from the coronavirus pandemic and international criticism over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian competitors at this year's Tokyo Olympics will be wearing blue, red and white uniforms, but their country's tricolour flag will not appear because of doping sanctions.
MACAU (Bloomberg): Macau has moved a step closer to the potential introduction of a digital currency as it seeks to better combat money laundering and tax evasion in the world’s biggest gambling hub.
The humble guinea pig has become the pet of the hour during the pandemic. But anyone who wants to bring home one of these would-be low-maintenance animals should bear in mind that they need more space and friends than your pet shop may lead you to believe.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A health adviser to Japan's Olympic committee said on Tuesday athletes should have the option of getting COVID-19 vaccines, days after public outcry led the government to deny it was making them a priority.
Impatience has been building with every new project that author George R.R. Martin takes on