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Hyundai Motor To Recall Kona EV, Nexo Hydrogen Suvs To Fix Brakes

Hyundai is also recalling at least 74,000 of its Kona EVs globally, after more than a dozen vehicles caught fire in Korea, Canada and Europe over two years.

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Europe Set To Tiptoe Into SPAC-Land As Shell Company Deal Pipeline Builds

SPACs are shell companies that use the proceeds from going public to buy another company, not yet identified at the time of listing.

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COVID-19 to strain more global credit conditions, trigger more downgrades: S&P

COVID-19 to strain more global credit conditions, trigger more downgrades: S&P

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Ryanair Buys 75 Boeing MAX Jets In Largest Order Since Grounding

Boeing is also negotiating with airlines including Southwest and Delta and Alaska Airlines, which last month agreed to lease 13 Boeing MAX jets, industry sources have said.

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Tehran has full right to reduce JCPOA commitments as Europe fails to comply: Iranian Foreign Minister

Tehran has full right to reduce JCPOA commitments as Europe fails to comply: Iranian Foreign Minister

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US, EU should join forces to check China's influence, says report

US, EU should join forces to check China's influence, says report

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Aviva Eyes 2020 Dividend Cut, Explores Europe, Asia Options

Aviva was trading at 325.3 pence per share at 0812 GMT, down 0.5% and against a 0.1% drop in the FTSE 100.

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Europe's Largest Tech Conference To Return As In-Person Event In 2021

"The venue is booked," the conference's founder Paddy Cosgrave told Reuters on Wednesday in an interview. "I think by November (next year) the Web Summit will be happening in-person and I can't wait."

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Shares Of Japan's ANA Drop On Report Airline Plans To Raise $1.9 Billion

Airlines worldwide are struggling to survive the COVID-19 pandemic that has brought the travel industry to a halt. Although Japan has not been hit as hard as the United States and Europe, its travel industry is suffering.

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WHO special envoy warns of danger of 3rd wave of COVID-19 pandemic in Europe in early 2021

WHO special envoy warns of danger of 3rd wave of COVID-19 pandemic in Europe in early 2021

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Europe's Spending Surge Will Not Make Debt Unsustainable - ECB

Governments are running up record deficits this year to keep their economies going amid partial lockdowns and public debt will exceed 100% of GDP this year, with further small rises seen next year and in 2022.

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WHO concerned about spike in COVID-19 cases in Europe, Americas: Director General

WHO concerned about spike in COVID-19 cases in Europe, Americas: Director General

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Amid rising terror attack in Europe, French MEP asks EU to stop 'showering' Turkey, Pakistan with subsidies

Amid rising terror attack in Europe, French MEP asks EU to stop 'showering' Turkey, Pakistan with subsidies

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At least 74 migrants killed in shipwreck off Libya

At least 74 migrants killed in shipwreck off Libya

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Japan mulls US-style law to deal with human rights issues in China

Japan mulls US-style law to deal with human rights issues in China

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