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The U.S. automaker, whose sales in January fell 18 percent year-on-year, said sales volume last month totaled 47,483 vehicles.
Even if the deal did not close by then, it would close "at some point in April, May or June," Naruke said during his visit to a new chip R&D centre in central Japan.
The Japanese government looks to provide the status of a permanent resident within a year to highly skilled professionals
Nestlé has finally opened its doors to the two-minute instant noodles, Maggi's manufacturing unit for customers to watch the entire process in a bid to highlight their safety aspect.
For India, the current account deficit is within the comfort zone although it has widened and the GDP growth is heading towards 7.5-7.7 percent,
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In a series of tweets aimed at the president, Musk said he was "against import duties in general, but the current rules make things very difficult. It's like competing in an Olympic race wearing lead shoes."
The the key consumer price index (CPI) hit 2.9 per cent in February, up from 1.5 per cent in January and better than the 2.5 per cent forecast in a survey by Bloomberg News.
The tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum, proclaimed by Trump on Thursday during an event at the White House, appear to soften what the U.S. president billed last week as a global, "no-exceptions" move to protect the two industries under a 1962 national security trade law.
The order came days after a Pakistani court extended a stay against the "possible arrest" of the JuD chief till April 4.
Trump imposed the "heaviest-ever" sanctions on North Korea's shipping companies last month in a bid to prevent the reclusive nation from acquiring nuclear weapons and developing intercontinental ballistic missiles.
With fears of a global trade war and a strong yen clouding the outlook, however, Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is likely to use his post-meeting briefing to reassure markets the central bank is in no rush to dial back ultra-easy policy.
Under the terms of a proposed deal, Netflix will pay Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama for exclusive content on the video streaming service, NYT said.
Trump today signed two proclamations that impose 25 per cent tariff on imported steel and 10 per cent on aluminium.
"There are only losers in a trade war. With our EU partners, we will assess consequences on our industries and agree appropriate response," he tweeted.
Mexico and Canada are the only two countries that have been given temporary exemption because of the ongoing negotiations with them on North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The tariff would come into effect in 15 days.
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Trump also pitched for the "reciprocal tax" programme, which, he says, would ensure "fair trade deals" for the US. Trump doesn't hesitate naming India while talking about the reciprocal tax.
South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-Yong, who led his country's delegation to Pyongyang for talks with the North Korean leaders, made the announcement at the White House hours after he briefed Trump and his national security team.
The overarching theme of the new fund, pronounced "ten-one-hundred", will be to invest in real estate, ecommerce and emerging innovation in China and India, Kalanick said in a tweet.
China today presented an upbeat picture of its ties with India and said that both countries should shed suspicion and manage differences by meeting half way, toning down its tough posture against New Delhi after the tense Dokalam standoff.
The chief executive of the World Bank urged US President Donald Trump today to be "careful" before imposing controversial steel and aluminium tariffs, warning that they could affect global trade.
Washington's top diplomat Rex Tillerson today said the United States was "a long way from negotiations" with North Korea, which this week made a shock offer to discuss denuclearisation. Tillerson, who is in Ethiopia on his first-ever Africa tour, said the signals from Pyongyang may be positive but stressed negotiations with Kim Jong Un's regime were not going to happen soon.