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Nikola Stock Price Up 4% – Time to Buy Nikola Stock?

Nikola ended the week on a positive note although the gains were marginal. Trading at $ 17.55 with a modest 4.4% increase, Nikola stock received another breath of fresh air after the Department of Energy (DOE) declared that it would launch an Energy Earthshots initiative to accelerate breakthroughs in more …

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Go green or become bipartisan? The great choice of infrastructure from Joe Biden, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

WASHINGTON: President Joe Biden’s hopes of funneling billions of dollars into green infrastructure investments to tackle climate change run into the political hurdle of convincing Republican lawmakers who oppose this approach as unnecessary and excessive spending. As negotiations unfold in Congress seeking a bipartisan deal, the White House’s ability to …

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Behind the Scenes of Achieving “Net Zero Emissions” in India

“In five years we can say no new coal production, in five others no use” While a number of governments have announced major commitments to reduce their national carbon emissions, these efforts will not be enough to bring global energy-related emissions to net zero by 2050, according to a recent …

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Sartorius, Applikon Biotechnology, Merck, Danaher – The Manomet current

New research studies on Microbial Bioreactor Market give you an in-depth understanding of the industry landscape and help you better understand business and opportunities. This document is very important for many aspects of the organization such as marketing, business development, business development, as well as other similar aspects which are …

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Brazilian Senate examines how Bolsonaro pressured Modi on behalf of private companies for HCQ

São Paulo: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s name has been dragged into Brazil’s Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (ICC) which is investigating President Jair Bolsonaro’s government for its “acts of commission and omission” during the pandemic. The Senate investigation, which is looking at government documents and questioning senior officials, now focuses on …

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The large irrigation projects in Africa have failed. What to do next

In 1938, the French colonial authorities in what is now Mali launched an ambitious infrastructure plan to transform the desert into an agricultural production area. Water was diverted from the Niger River by a system of canals to allow the irrigation of more than a million hectares of fertile land. …

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Bangladesh risks becoming the next India without vaccine surplus

The supply of vaccines to the developing world is a global problem, and countries with excessive doses hold the key to unlocking the world. With the shock of the current Covid-19 crisis in India, we should focus on making sure there is not another similar case. This means that immunization …

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The G7 agreement on corporate tax reform, a major step forward

Allowing countries to tax companies that generate value in their jurisdictions without paying tax is pillar 1 of the proposed tax reform. A minimum tax in every country is pillar 2 of tax reform The G7 deal might not immediately bring countries like India on fairy wings to a land …

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Automotive expert gives aftermarket a digital makeover

There will be many stories about the digitization of the auto industry and how every problem creates an opportunity. Enter SpareXHub, a Malaysian-based portal with international ambition in e-commerce, a digitization innovator in the automotive industry with a portal for old and genuine spare parts. Co-founder and director Devindran Ramanathan …

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