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Peru President Boosted in Battle With Congress as Vice Quits

Peru President Boosted in Battle With Congress as Vice Quits

Peru’s Vice President Mercedes Araoz resigned one day after being sworn in by lawmakers as the country’s interim president, strengthening President Martin Vizcarra’s hand against a Congress that’s
Tariff Tide Rolls in Alabama Toward Airbus, Mercedes

Tariff Tide Rolls in Alabama Toward Airbus, Mercedes

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For Merkel, Some China Investments Are More Welcome Than Others

For Merkel, Some China Investments Are More Welcome Than Others

Two weeks ago, in an otherwise unremarkable speech in a small town near the Baltic Sea, Chancellor Angela Merkel raised the specter of the “huge challenge” to German industry posed by China.
Chinese Tycoon Makes $9 Billion Bet on Mercedes E-Car Know-How

Chinese Tycoon Makes $9 Billion Bet on Mercedes E-Car Know-How

The car industry is witnessing one of its biggest disruptions since Karl Benz assembled the first automobile more than a century ago, and Li Shufu wants to play an active part in the revolution.
Mercedes Joins Apology Spree to China for Dalai Lama Quote

Mercedes Joins Apology Spree to China for Dalai Lama Quote

Daimler AG unit Mercedes-Benz is the latest international company offering the Chinese an open apology for quoting the Dalai Lama on Instagram, weeks after Chinese regulators probed Marriott
Strikes Loom at Daimler, Siemens as Talks Fail

Strikes Loom at Daimler, Siemens as Talks Fail

Germany’s most powerful union is escalating a dispute over wages and flexible working hours with day-long strikes planned for next week that threaten to hit major industrial companies from Siemens AG
German Manufacturers Brace for Strikes on Deadlocked Wage Talks

German Manufacturers Brace for Strikes on Deadlocked Wage Talks

Daimler AG, Siemens AG and other German manufacturers face potential production halts after failing to make progress in a contract dispute over wages and work hours with the country’s most powerful