Samsung Electronics, $ 17 Billion New Semiconductor Factory Four Candidates | Reuters

On March 3, Samsung Electronics of South Korea is planning to build a new semiconductor factory of 17 billion dollars in the United States, which is a total of four …

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US President Joe Biden Defending Workers’ Right to Organize Union Movement at Amazon | Reuters

On February 28, US President Joe Biden (pictured) defended workers’ right to organize in a video posted on Twitter and restrained acts such as threatening employees by the company. Photo …

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Governor of eight states jointly letters to President Biden to address the shortage of in-vehicle semiconductors | Reuters

On February 26, the governors of eight states with a thriving automobile industry in the United States sent a letter to President Biden jointly across parties, working with governments from …

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Australian article consideration bill, FB viewing restrictions do not change = Minister | Reuters

On February 22, Australia’s Finance Minister Birmingham (pictured) opposes a bill that requires giant tech companies such as Alphabet’s Google to pay news article royalties, but Facebook (FB) and others …

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U.S. and Mexico car factories, due to widespread cold weather such as production suspension | Reuters

February 18 As the supply of natural gas is tight in the southern United States and Mexico due to the severe cold wave, the influence spreads in the automobile industries …

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Central Bank, Quantitative Easing Still Major Stimulus = Deputy Governor Ramsden |

[London, 17th Reuters]-Bank of England (Bank of England) Deputy Governor Ramsden said on the 17th that the debate over the negative interest rate policy prepares for contingencies, and quantitative easing …

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Angle: US bond markets factoring in rising inflation expectations, reflecting economic recovery | Reuters

[Reuters]–The US Treasury market is factoring in future inflation. This is because the US economy is recovering from the catastrophic business closure caused by the new coronavirus epidemic. Analysts say …

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EXCLUSIVE-US government involved in union formation of Amazon Alabama-based employees | Reuters

According to executives from the retail and wholesale trade union RWDSU, the union and the White House have talked to organize employees working at Amazon’s Alabama base. The photo is …

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[GRAPHIC]New Corona Infections in Rice, 21% Down Last Week | Reuters

[Reuters]–The number of new coronavirus infections confirmed in the United States in the week leading up to the 24th was about 1.2 million, a decrease of 21% from the previous …

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U.S. Congress Invasion Case, No Evidence of Intent to Kill Congressman = Washington Prosecutor’s Office |

Deputy Attorney General Michael Sherwin of Washington, DC, said yesterday that there was no “direct evidence” that intruders into the Capitol were collectively aimed at capturing and killing lawmakers. .. …

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