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Waymo's move to expand service using vehicles with no attendant on board puts it ahead of rival robo-taxi companies in deploying a revenue generating service in the United States. Waymo earlier this year raised more than $3 billion, mostly from outside investors. … [Read more...] about Waymo opens driverless robo-taxi service to the public in Phoenix
"After the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, we have helped foreign callers understand the epidemic control policies such as home quarantine and assisted them in communicating with community service staff," Shu said, adding that she has even helped foreigners obtain nucleic acid test results and taught them using health codes on their mobile phones. … [Read more...] about Across China: Beijing’s multilingual 24-hr helpline weaves safety net for expats
General Motors on Tuesday said the Maharashtra government's move to 'prevent an orderly exit of a long-time investor' is surprising as it 'diverges sharply' from the state’s business-friendly reputation.Earlier this week, Maharashtra rejected the closure application of General Motors India's Talegaon plant, where it produced its last vehicle on December 24.The company, responding to ET’s queries, warned that the state’s stance sends a "concerning message" to potential future investors.General Motors is exiting India and is negotiating with its employees at Talegaon to accept its severance terms instead of seeking assurance on employment from its prospective buyer Great Wall.~The US car maker said the state’s decision amounts to a requirement that GM either produces vehicles for which there are no customer orders, or pay workers indefinitely for doing no work.General Motors spokesman George Svigos told ET that the company will seek reversal of the order as soon … [Read more...] about GM India to appeal against rejection of plant closure, Maharashtra Govt’s move surprising says Co.