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China’s factory prices surged last month; here’s why that matters | Manufacturing News

Rapidly rising producer prices, driven by higher energy costs, raise concerns of accelerating global inflation. China’s producer prices climbed in…

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Europe

EU banks on homegrown COVID-19 vaccines amid delays and supply issues

As the European Union struggles to accelerate its sluggish coronavirus vaccination campaign amid delivery delays and logistical problems, the bloc…

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Africa

Made in the USA: Manufacturing expands at fastest pace since 1983 | Business and Economy News

Measures of new orders, production and hiring all jumped, and more companies reported optimistic outlooks about future business conditions. United…

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Latin America

China net users call for H&M boycott after ban of Xinjiang cotton | Human Rights News

Citing human rights concerns, the world’s second-largest clothing retailer said it would not use cotton from Xinjiang. Chinese net users…

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Europe

In $20bn push, Intel hopes to make US chip-making great again | Manufacturing News

Intel Corp says it will greatly expand its advanced chip manufacturing capacity as the United States-based technology giant’s new chief…

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Africa

UK to spend $1.4bn to cut carbon emissions from industry | Climate Change News

UK plans to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 while boosting jobs and repairing economic damage due to COVID-19. The…

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Europe

Foxconn considers Wisconsin, Mexico for electric vehicle plant | Automotive Industry News

The Taiwanese company’s chairman said Foxconn will make the decision between Wisconsin and Mexico later this year. Major Apple Inc…

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Africa

India’s economic recovery on track as COVID crisis slowly ebbs | Business and Economy News

The finance ministry said GDP data reflects a V-shaped recovery but also warned that India is not yet past the…

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