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Due to the Chip Crisis Daimler is Sending Thousands of Employees on Short-Time Work

Most of the employees at the Mercedes plants in Rastatt and Bremen are affected. The short-time work should initially apply until the end of next week. The global shortage of…

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The Trial of the Murdered George Floyd “Guilty” How Presidents of US React

  Hülya Karahan: Production Editor istanbulpostcomtr@gmail.com On Tuesday (April 20) the court ruling in the case of the murdered George Floyd was announced. The ex-police officer Derek Chauvin (45) was…

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The Cheapest Gold Available in this Country

Due to increased tension between the US and Iran, gold prices are seen rising in the world. Here the cheapest gold is found in the world. And the quality of…

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Maersk: Shortage of Containers in Asia will Worsen in the Next Two Weeks

The largest container shipping group Maersk warned that the shortage of containers in Asia will worsen in the next two weeks, impacting trade activities between oceans and Asia. According to…

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The Lack of Business Travel has Negatively Affected Business Performance in Saudi Arabia and the UAE

A new study conducted by “Collinson” revealed that more than four-fifths of business travelers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates believe that their jobs have…

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Dogecoin Soars Even though Bitcoin Drops

Jakarta – The price of Dogecoin continues to skyrocket even though the Bitcoin rally has stalled. Coindesk data on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, showed the price of Dogecoin rose 13.78…

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Apple’s Spring Loaded Event: The 8 Biggest Announcements

Apple announces new iMac, AirTags, iPad Pro with the M1 processor, and more at its Spring Loaded event. Here’s everything from the hour-long event in 11 minutes. Apple just wrapped…

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Wirecard Scandal: Germany Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier will be Interviewed

The parliamentary committee of inquiry into the Wirecard scandal has invited numerous top politicians as witnesses this week. Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier will be interviewed in a public…

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Warning: Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions may be The Second Largest Increase in History

The International Energy Agency (IEA) released the Global Energy Review report on Tuesday (April 20), it pointed out that in 2021, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions are expected to surge…

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The 12.9-inch iPad Pro will be Thicker by 0.5 mm

In a few hours, Apple will soon usher in the first new product launch conference of this year. The most noticeable new product in this presentation is the 12.9-inch iPad…

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BMW: Electric Car with Solid-State Battery Comes Before 2025

The German car manufacturer BMW is also relying on solid-state batteries to develop electromobility. The plan is to present the first model vehicle well before 2025, said Development Director Frank…

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SpaceX Won a $2.9 Billion NASA Contract Nanufacturing a Lunar Lander

As part of the Artemis program, NASA is preparing to send astronauts to explore more moons. The agency has selected SpaceX to continue developing the first commercial human lander, which…

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