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Porsche has also shown a Mission E Cross Turismo concept , a wagon version of the electric vehicle. The company has announced that their first ever EV will be called Porsche Taycan . At the Porsche headquarters in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, a new paint shop, dedicated assembly area for the Taycan , and a conveyor bridge for transporting the painted bodies and drive units to the final assembly area all are now being built.
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    Trump fired back at Macron and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on social media before departing for the summit, asking "Why isn't the European Union and Canada informing the public that for years they have used massive Trade Tariffs and non-monetary Trade Barriers against the USA?" Trump is provoking his fellow G7 leaders by calling for Russia's reinstatement.
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    Poundworld to appoint administrators putting 5300 jobs at risk

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    Sources told the Press Association the notice will give the firm time to structure a deal, which could be undertaken through a pre-pack administration with private equity firm R Capital. The stores suffered a major rise in multi-million pound losses previous year - rising from £5.4m to £17.1m in 2016/17. He sold the company he created to TPG in 2015 for £150m and later took over rival Poundstretcher, which he left in April.
  • EU's Michel Barnier rejects Theresa May's backstop proposal for Northern Ireland

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    The Prime Minister and Brexit secretary have been at loggerheads over the Government's latest backstop plan to avoid a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland after Brexit . However, the European Parliament's chief negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt, warned against trying to impose a time limit, saying: "A backstop that is temporary is not a backstop".
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    The company said today just 14 per cent of buyers actually use the mixture on salads, instead more readily opting for inclusion in sandwiches - perhaps with tuna or ham, as an alternative to mayonnaise. 'Sandwich cream? Just because salad cream is not used on salads. I don't put my tomato sauce on tomatos either. But Lidl and Morrisons bosses also said there were "no plans" to change the name of their own products.
  • NTSB updates on fatal Model X crash

    NTSB updates on fatal Model X crash

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    The report raised an issue for Tesla vehicles with Autopilot , as well as other vehicles with adaptive cruise control, said Bryant Walker Smith, an assistant professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law. Four seconds before the crash it was no longer following the lead vehicle, the NTSB said. Tesla's system may have a problem spotting or stopping for stationary objects.
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    He wrote, "If the government knows that there are no assets in the Social Security and Medicare 'trust funds, ' and yet projects the interest earned on those non-assets and the date on which those non-assets will be exhausted, then the government is lying".
  • Sky bid war: Hancock approves both bidders

    Sky bid war: Hancock approves both bidders

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    The decision clears the way for a bidding war between Fox, which already owns 39pc of Sky, and U.S. media giant Comcast , which swooped in with a £22bn (€25bn) bid after Fox's takeover attempt was held up by regulators. Mr Watson also highlighted a string of lawsuits for sexual harassment and discrimination against the USA cable channel Fox News, also owned by 21st Century Fox .
  • ZTE reportedly signs deal that would end export ban

    ZTE reportedly signs deal that would end export ban

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    USA companies could soon be cleared to do business with China's ZTE, according to Reuters . ZTE would still have to pay the USA government up to $1.7 billion in fines as part of this new settlement, according to the report. The preliminary agreement was signed by ZTE over the weekend, but the Chinese company has yet to sign the amended settlement agreement. Wikimedia Commons President Donald Trump announced plans to lift the seven-year sales ban that crippled ZTE, forcing it to ...
  • U.S. Trade Is Trump's Main Focus at G-7 Gathering

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    According to a survey of US CEOs, many are scaling back their hiring and spending plans due to fears of a trade war. " Canada and the European Union are joined in the fight, and their initial lists look notably similar to Mexico's initial trucking foray, penalizing cosmetics, manicure and pedicure products, felt tip pens, toilet paper, and hair products among dozens of others items produced in targeted congressional districts of influential House members", she said.
  • Feds say 'no' to USA idea of separate bilateral deals

    Feds say 'no' to USA idea of separate bilateral deals

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    In addition, China would buy more USA crude oil and natural gas exports to quench its thirst for energy. On Tuesday, Mexico announced a 20 percent tariff on US apples in response to the Trump administration's tariffs on steel and aluminum.
  • Security breach at MyHeritage website leaks details of over 92 million users

    Security breach at MyHeritage website leaks details of over 92 million users

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    Consumer genealogy website MyHeritage said that email addresses and password information linked to more than 92 million user accounts have been compromised in an apparent hacking incident. That's why it's good to use a password manager and have unique passwords for every site. Damage seems to be limited to customer email addresses. "Any programs that process data can potentially be attacked", said Peter Ney, a doctoral student in UW's Paul G.
  • 'Excruciating months': Emotional Musk sees Tesla emerging from 'hell'

    'Excruciating months': Emotional Musk sees Tesla emerging from 'hell'

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    Musk said. Tesla expects to make 5,000 of its Model 3 cars in a week by the end of this month , company CEO Elon Musk said Tuesday. Despite going through what he called the "most-excruciating, hellish few months", Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said Tuesday that the electric carmaker is still on track to meet its lofty production goals for its latest spotlight vehicle, the Model 3 sedan .
  • Google representatives resign over Project Maven

    Google representatives resign over Project Maven

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    Following months of employee outrage and media scrutiny, Google has decided not to renew its contract to develop AI image recognition software for US military drones , Gizmodo reported. Thousands of employees have signed a petition asking Google to cancel its contract for the project, nicknamed Project Maven, and dozens of employees have resigned in protest.
  • Two more people killed in Nicaraguan protests

    Two more people killed in Nicaraguan protests

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    Cruz Sanchez and other mothers who make up the "Mothers of April" movement lamented that more people continue to die "because of the awful dictatorship" of Ortega that "dared" to send its mobs and police forces to attack the mass mobilization.
  • Oil price falls as U.S. supply grows

    Oil price falls as U.S. supply grows

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    The rare request came after US retail gasoline prices surged to their highest in more than three years and President Donald Trump publicly complained about OPEC policy and rising oil prices on Twitter. The cartel and other supply-cutting countries led by Russian Federation announced coordinated oil production cuts in 2016 in an effort to tackle a global glut that was sinking prices.
  • California 2018 Primary Election

    California 2018 Primary Election

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    Seven of these districts are in California , with the highest concentration in the longtime Republican outpost of Orange County. "He will make a BIG difference!" Under California's system, all candidates appear on a single primary ballot, with the top two vote-getters regardless of party advancing to the November election.