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German automaker BMW and Chinese online gaming giant Tencent Holdings are teaming up to launch a computing centre in China that will help develop self-driving cars in the world’s biggest auto market, the companies said on Friday.
Germany’s BMW will recall 360,000 vehicles in China as part of the worldwide effort to root out defective airbags made by now-defunct Japanese supplier Takata, regulators in Beijing said.
BMW’s first-quarter operating profit fell 78 per cent to 589 million euros, despite higher deliveries of luxury vehicles, as the carmaker felt the effects of higher investment spending and a 1.4 billion euro ($1.6 billion) legal provision. The European Commission last month told German carmakers
Russia edged closer to default on Sunday amid little sign that investors holding its international bonds had received payment, heralding what would be the nation’s first default in decades.
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCI) organised a business meeting with the Embassy of the Republic of North Macedonia
A sustainable project is an important, not to mention bold, commitment by a developer to furthering the field of sustainable development in the construction industry.