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SsangYong announces new vehicles plan for next five years

SsangYong announces new vehicles plan for next five years

During a recent presentation to Australian journalists in South Korea, automaker SsangYong shared some pertinent information about its plans for the vehicles it intends to launch in the period between 2019 and 2024.

Electric Vehicles could lead to massive job losses: UAW

Electric Vehicles could lead to massive job losses: UAW

The Union of Auto Workers (UAW) has warned that the increasing adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) in the US could have a devastating effect on the jobs in the country. As per the warning, the EV revolution could result in jobs losses in the US.

Tesla Received over 7,000 orders last week: Elon Musk

Tesla Received over 7,000 orders last week: Elon Musk

According to a recent disclosure by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, the automaker received new orders for more than 7,000 electric vehicles last week. The disclosure was made by Musk in an evident effort to dismiss the notion that Tesla is witnessing a flattening demand for Model 3.

Products with Artificial Fragrances should be Avoided: Study

Products with Artificial Fragrances should be Avoided: Study

Many personal care products available in the market these days include artificial fragrances and a new research has claimed that overexposure to such products is leading to sickness.

Popular Bargains Website Bargain Spot Announces New Zealand Portal

Popular Bargains Website Bargain Spot Announces New Zealand Portal

Australian shopping discounts and bargain hunting website is bringing its services to customers in New Zealand. Launched in 2015, Bargain Spot has received amazing response in Australia and the company is ready to start its operations in New Zealand.

Third Quarter Revenue of Fossil Group Inc. Beats Estimates

Third Quarter Revenue of Fossil Group Inc. Beats EstimatesFossil Group Inc., the retailer of fashion accessories reported sales and profit figures for the third quarter that surpassed the expectation of the analysts.

The increased profits are attributed mainly to the brawny sales of its watches and jewellery. In extended trading the company's shares were up by 18.5 percent.

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