Ferrari said on Wednesday it was piloting a project to conduct voluntary screening of employees and their families for coronavirus once the supercarmaker’s factories in Italy reopen.
The British government holds a Cobra meeting on Thursday chaired by Dominic Raab, first secretary of state, to discuss how to deal with a review of lockdown measures that is based on evidence and data from the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies.
From Rupert Murdoch’s News UK to McClatchy’s chain of local newspapers across the United States, news publishers are attracting record numbers of readers as people in lockdown seek information about the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts have warned that the bubble will burst on cheap finance deals.
Uncertainty over Japan’s economic outlook is “extremely high” as the coronavirus pandemic hits output and consumption, central bank Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said, stressing his readiness to take additional monetary steps to prevent a deep recession.
A recovery in China’s car market is slowly gathering pace.
Kia Motors Corp., South Korea’s second-biggest carmaker by sales, on Thursday launched the upgraded K9 flagship sedan in the domestic market as it strives to boost sales amid the growing impact of the coronavirus on its sales.
Hideaki Omura made the announcement two days after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe formally imposed a state of emergency on Tokyo and six other parts of the country.
Kia has strengthened its SUV lineup with competitive models to take advantage of rising demand for recreational vehicles.
TOTAL car sales by Indonesia’s automotive sector is expected to plunge 50 per cent this year as domestic and export demand shrinks due to the coronavirus pandemic, the country’s industry ministry said on Wednesday, citing industry association Gaikindo.
Volkswagen Group Components and the startup Shanghai DU-POWER New Energy Technical Co Ltd will jointly produce flexible quick charging stations in China, the German automobile manufacturer announced on Wednesday.