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He thinks other cities could follow suit.
· Ballard Power Systems Inc. (BLDP) CEO Randy MacEwen on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
At the present time we have orders on hand from Wrightbus for a total of 50 modules to power UK buses in London, Aberdeen and other cities.
· Public Storage (PSA) CEO Joe Russell on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
No surprise, many cities have slowed down their own approval processes, whether through inspections.
· Asymptomatic coronavirus carriers have high viral loads: study →
A team of researchers led by Seungjae Lee at Soonchunhyang University College of Medicine analyzed swabs taken between March 6 and March 26 from 303 people isolated at a center in Cheonan, following an outbreak among a religious group in another city.
· 30 Cities Regaining Jobs the Fastest →
Through it all, cities that rely heavily on industries such as tourism, energy, retail, and small business have been hit hard economically, while those focused in financial services and other global services industries have felt lesser impacts, according to the Brookings Institute.
· Families of victims of 1998 East Africa embassy bombings urge settlement with Sudan →
The two blasts killed 224 people, including 12 Americans who all were killed at the embassy in Nairobi, situated at a busy street corner in the center of the city.
· Trump Campaign Sees Bounce; Japan’s Mixed Messages: Virus Update →
The Obon holiday period is synonymous with summer holidays, as many Japanese leave densely populated cities and travel to meet family in rural areas.
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· Debt, Debt, Goose. →
But economists, think tank fellows and Fed officials can’t cast votes in Congress as it debates another relief package that will determine the fate of many families, states and cities.
· Total confirmed coronavirus cases in Africa pass 1 million →
“The virus has spilled out of major cities and spread into distant hinterlands.
· The Trailer: The left worries about a 'hawk' as VP →
It passed by more than 80,000 votes while winning just eight counties: Kansas City and its suburbs, St. Louis and its suburbs, and the metro areas of Columbia and Springfield.