BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen’s works council chief said the company could cut up to 25,000 staff over the next decade as older workers retire to help the carmaker achieve cost-cuts needed
BERLIN (Reuters) – The European Union must seek a deal with countries across Africa’s desert Sahel region if it wants to curb an influx of migrants, rather than focusing on bilateral deals with
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it was recalling around 340,000 of its latest Prius gasoline hybrid model in Japan and overseas to fix a parking brake issue.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s state planner has drawn up a five-year plan to develop the China Railway Express to Europe, improving customs clearance and infrastructure, it said on Wednesday.
By Ben Hirschler COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Evelyn O’Flynn still has lung cancer.
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TBILISI (Reuters) – The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe said on Sunday that a parliamentary election held in Georgia the previous day had been competitive and that fundamental