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EU court sides with Fiat Chrysler in tax advantage case

EU court sides with Fiat Chrysler in tax advantage case

LUXEMBOURG (AP) — The European Union's top court on Tuesday overturned a decision requiring automaker Fiat Chrysler to pay up to 30 million euros ($30 million) in back taxes to Luxembourg.
Nintendo's profit climbs on Switch machine, software sales

Nintendo's profit climbs on Switch machine, software sales

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese video game maker Nintendo recorded a 34% surge in its profit in the first half of the fiscal year on strong sales of products for its Switch console like “Splatoon 3,” a paint-shooting game, the company said Tuesday.
Renault, China's Geely announced powertrain joint venture

Renault, China's Geely announced powertrain joint venture

BEIJING (AP) — Renault SA and China's Geely announced plans Tuesday for a jointly owned venture to produce gasoline-powered and hybrid powertrains, adding to a series of partnerships between global automakers to share soaring technology costs.
California settles with firm in Volkswagen emissions scandal

California settles with firm in Volkswagen emissions scandal

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California on Monday settled a lawsuit against a German company stemming from the emissions scandal that tarred Volkswagen in 2015 and Fiat Chrysler two years later.
CSIS warned Emergencies Act would radicalize protesters and push them toward violence

CSIS warned Emergencies Act would radicalize protesters and push them toward violence

OTTAWA — The Canadian Security Intelligence Service warned cabinet ministers on Feb. 13 that invoking the Emergencies Act could push "Freedom Convoy" protesters toward violence, a public inquiry was told Monday, while the mayor of Windsor, Ont.

Supplier to hire 630 near Hyundai's EV plant in Georgia

STATESBORO, Ga. (AP) — An auto parts manufacturer plans to hire 630 workers at a new factory in southeast Georgia to supply Hyundai Motor Group's first U.S. electric vehicle plant that's under construction nearby, state officials said Monday.
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers buying IAA in deal worth US$7.3 billion, including debt

Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers buying IAA in deal worth US$7.3 billion, including debt

VANCOUVER — Shares in Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. plunged nearly 20 per cent after it announced a deal Monday to acquire U.S. company IAA Inc. in a transaction it valued at about US$7.3 billion including the assumption of US$1.
Delays for new hybrid, electric cars reach years — not months — amid supply crunch

Delays for new hybrid, electric cars reach years — not months — amid supply crunch

When Jesse Chiasson called a car dealership last month to buy a new vehicle, he ended up paying $1,000 to be put on a waitlist instead.
Hong Kong court upholds veteran journalist's conviction

Hong Kong court upholds veteran journalist's conviction

HONG KONG (AP) — An award-winning Hong Kong journalist lost her appeal Monday against her conviction over making false statements in obtaining information for her investigation of a violent attack during the widespread protests in 2019.
It's the democracy, stupid: midterm stakes for Canadians are much the same as in U.S.

It's the democracy, stupid: midterm stakes for Canadians are much the same as in U.S.

WASHINGTON — It's not every day that a Canadian prime minister gets name-checked in a political debate in the United States. But in a hyper-polarized midterm election season, it's not surprising it would happen to Justin Trudeau.
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