Starting Monday, the automaker said three crossover assembly plants in the US and Canada will operate two shifts while three US plants building mid-and-full-size pickup trucks will move to three-shift operations from one shift. Five other US assembly plants will operate a single shift. … [Read more...] about Plunge in Consumer Spending Sends Stocks Lower
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Martindale, of course, is currently starring alongside Byrne and Cate Blanchett (“another great Australian”) in the fantastic limited series Mrs America, which traces the rise and fall of the Equal Rights Amendment’s momentum through the 1970s women’s movement with Byrne, resplendent as feminist icon Gloria Steinem, and Blanchett, simply extraordinary as Steinem’s conservative and powerful detractor, Phyllis Schlafly. … [Read more...] about Rose Byrne leaves her mark on Mrs America co-star Margo Martindale — and her fans
Something similar is to be found in the works by two Germans: Victor Klemperer, a professor who kept a diary in Dresden, in the 1930s and 1940s under Hitler and then later under Soviet occupation; and, of course, Anne Frank, the teenager who was caught and imprisoned by the Nazis and died in a concentration camp. … [Read more...] about Why recording the current period is necessary
Instead, the renewal of the ban underlines that the propping up of markets in August through concerted buying by what is being called a 'a national team' of state-owned financial institutions and the diktat disallowing sales by large shareholders were not one-offs. … [Read more...] about What ails the Chinese economy?
By Divya Kottadiel The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has highlighted several existing systemic gaps in services, especially to the rural poor. Inadequate healthcare infrastructure is one of them. Reverse migration has also put additional stress on an already overburdened rural health system, impacting its capacity not only in caring for those who have contracted the virus, but also other health and wellness issues in these regions. Despite an increase in electrification under Saubhagya, many health facilities are forced to function without proper electricity supply. Hospitals use diesel generators as back-up sources of power. These solutions are expensive, maintenance is difficult, and they contribute to air pollution in the area. Regular, reliable supply of power is critical in order to store much-needed vaccines and medicines, and to run life-saving equipment.According to the 2018-2019 Rural Health Statistics report, around 39,000 rural health sub-centres in the country lack electricity. … [Read more...] about OPINION: Solar innovation gives health mission a shot in the arm