The combined net profit of insurance firms in South Korea gained 6.1 percent on-year in the first nine months of this year, partly supported by fewer car accidents as people stayed home amid the coronavirus pandemic, data showed Tuesday.
When it comes to concern about contracting Covid-19, air travellers are most worried they’ll catch it from fellow passengers on aircraft, according to a survey by J D Power, despite the industry’s efforts to convince people that flying is safe.
Egyptian and Chinese partners in the automotive industry are displaying their products in the third edition of the Smart Transportation and Logistics Fair and Forum for the Middle East and Africa (TransMEA 2020) held in Egypt’s capital Cairo on Nov. 22-25.
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Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, DSOA, today announced the ground-breaking of an international standard tennis hub at the hi-tech park to be developed by Hubb Global Group, a comprehensive online search engine platform.
The first Volkswagen ID.4‘s won’t arrive in the United States until 2021, Automotive News reported Friday, as the automaker grapples with a European emissions fine and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 110cc commuter segment is perhaps India’s most hotly contested automotive space in terms of sheer volume.
The Romanian Startup .lumen (dotLumen), has just released details on the first glasses designed specifically to help the mobility of the blind.
China confirmed two more locally transmitted Covid-19 cases on Monday, both of which are connected to previous infections among freight workers in the eastern city of Shanghai.
This is the third column in a five-part Heard on the Street series on how the American economy might look once the Covid-19 pandemic is over.