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· Top German court to rule on VW ‘Dieselgate’ compensation →
In recent weeks, an out-of-court settlement covering hundreds of thousands of cases and the closure of criminal proceedings have drawn a line under the biggest domestic risks for the sprawling car group from the “Dieselgate” scandal.
The Japan Times
· Tokyo reports eight COVID-19 cases as emergency set to be lifted →
Yuriko Koike has said Tokyo will ease its stay-home and business closure requests step by step in the post-state-of-emergency period while monitoring the spread of infections.
· Macron government faces tough talks on French hospital revamp in wake of Covid-19 →
Staffing shortages lead to bed closures.
· 'We can't be distracted': Almond producer nervously watches trade stoush as profit falls →
The market has been hit by expectations of a record US crop this year, disruptions to market access because of COVID-19 and as demand for almonds in the food services sector dries up because of the closure of restaurants and cafes across the globe due to coronavirus lockdowns.
· Hazelwood power station's eight chimneys demolished in live stream viewed by thousands →
It was also known as Australia’s dirtiest power station, responsible for 14% of the state’s total emissions, a reason Engie cited for the closure.
· Southbank Centre warns it may have to stay closed until spring 2021 →
The UK’s largest arts and cultural organisation, the Southbank Centre, has warned that it will have used up its financial reserves by September, forcing its closure until April 2021 unless it gets further government support.
· Library users turn to Australian authors as digital usage jumps →
And in the first indication of response to the closure of libraries due to COVID-19 restrictions, Civica and the Australian Library and Information Association are reporting the borrowing of ebooks and audio books has surged significantly.
· Campari: Stock Is Too Expensive As Restaurants Remain Closed →
In the US, the temporary closures of restaurants and bars only started at the end of March and continue into May.
The Japan Times
· Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi ties more crucial than ever as pandemic rocks carmakers →
“If the restructuring doesn’t include plant closures then there could be some disappointment,” Sempe said.
· Germany's top court to rule on compensation for Volkwagen 'Dieselgate' scandal →
The end of April also brought the closure of a mass lawsuit against the carmaker by hundreds of thousands of plaintiffs, the first of its kind.