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The Philippines will maintain "close and friendly" relations with the United States under President-elect Joe Biden, a top Philippine official said on Wednesday, amid a period of strain in their decades-old alliance. "We congratulate again the incoming president and we look forward to having close and friendly relations with the Biden administration," presidential spokesman Harry Roque told CNN Philippines ahead of Biden's inauguration. Ties have been tested since Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte took office in 2016 and embarked on months of expletive-laden tirades against the United States and threatened repeatedly to scrap their bilateral military agreements.
World shares gained on Wednesday on expectations of hefty U.S. spending after U.S. Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen urged lawmakers to "act big" to save the economy and worry about debt later. At her confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Yellen said the benefits of a big stimulus package to counter the coronavirus pandemic were greater than the expenses of a higher debt burden. European rebounded, with the Euro STOXX 600 climbing 0.4%.
Dublin, Jan. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Automotive Test Equipment Market by Product (Engine, Chassis, and Transmission Dynamometer, Vehicle Emission, Wheel Alignment, & Fuel Injection Pump Tester), End Market, Vehicle, Application, Advance Technology, and Region - Global Forecast to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.The global automotive test equipment market is projected to reach USD 3,703 Million by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.1%. Major Players are Robert Bosch (Germany), Delphi Technologies (UK), Siemens (Germany), Horiba Ltd (Japan), Honeywell International Inc (US), etc. Strict government regulations regarding fuel efficiency and carbon emissions and an increase in sales of passenger cars and commercial vehicles have driven the automotive test equipment market globallyIncreased advancements in the test equipment technology will boost the automotive test equipment market. However, maintaining a balance between high accuracy, performance, quality, and cost act as a hurdle for the growth of the automotive test equipment market.Improved performance of the PC/laptop equipment, in terms of processing power and storage, is expected to drive the PC/laptop-based equipment marketPC/Laptop based testing equipment is primarily a hardware and software bundle, covering all the necessary cables, hardware, and software. These PC-based systems are boasted with an extremely rich feature-set, such as the capability to plot and log sensor data, calculate fuel efficiency, estimate horsepower, and torque.Main highlights of this segment: Large, easy-to-read display; capable of displaying graphs, fuel maps, and digital gauges in full color.Unlimited processing power: For calculating and graphing real-time parameters on-the-fly, without any lag.Gigabytes of storage: Worth of data recording capability.A wide selection of diagnostic software that can be easily updated OEM R&D/technical center market is projected to grow fastest during the forecast periodHeavy investments by vehicle manufacturers in research and development for the automobile technologies are contributing to the growth of the test equipment market. To offer high-quality products and features in the vehicles, the automakers make various automotive components that undergo testing processes to comply with the standards as per the regulations. This factor makes the R&D centers of vehicle manufacturers a major testing hub for the assessment of several automotive mechanisms and advanced technologies. Hence, the OEM R&D/technical center market of the automotive test equipment market, by the end market type, is projected to grow the fastest.North America is expected to record the second largest market during the forecast periodAsia Pacific is estimated to be the largest automotive market, followed by North America and Europe. North America is home to leading vehicle manufacturers such as Ford Motors, General Motors, and Tesla. The North American automotive industry has witnessed rapid development because of favorable policies adopted by the governments in the manufacturing sector. The US is estimated to account for the largest share of the North American automotive test equipment market during the forecast period. The US automotive industry is highly inclined toward innovation, technology, and the development of high-performance and fuel-efficient vehicles. Factors such as stringent emission norms and rising demand for vehicle dynamics are expected to propel the automotive test equipment market in North America.Research Coverage The market study covers the automotive test equipment market across different segments. It aims at estimating the market size and future growth potential of this market across different segments such as by product type, vehicle type, application type, end market type, and region. The study also includes an in-depth competitive analysis of the key players in the market, along with their company profiles, key observations related to product and business offerings, recent developments, and key market strategies. Market Dynamics Drivers Increasing Electric Vehicle Production and Autonomous Vehicle TestingIncreasing Electronic Architecture in Modern VehiclesRise in Stringent Emissions Norms to Prevent Environmental ImpactTechnological Advancements in Automotive Test Equipment Restraints High Cost of Advanced Technology EquipmentLack of Trained Workforce for Advanced Test EquipmentLack of R&D Facilities for Automotive Test Equipment Opportunities Analyzing Real-Time Vehicle Data and Simulation TestingIncreased Demand for High-Performance VehiclesGrowing Demand for Onboard Diagnostic Tools Challenges Maintaining a Balance Between High Cost & Performance of Test Equipment Companies Mentioned ABBActia GroupAmpro Testing MachinesAutelAVLContinental AGDelphi TechnologiesDensoDSA Daten- Und SystemtechnikEM TestFlukeHoneywell International IncHoriba, Ltd.IntertekIpetronikMaha Maschinenbau HaldenwangMoogMTSNSM SolutionsPTM ElectronicsRacelogicRobert Bosch GmbHRohde-SchwarzSGS SASiemensSierra InstrumentsSinfoniaSofting AGTUV SUDVector Informatik GmbH For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/tlugsd Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research. 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Australia and Brazil, the world's two largest iron ore producers, remained China's top suppliers in 2020, but imports from India soared 88% as Chinese mills diversified sources amid sky-high raw materials prices. Australian shipments rose 7% to 713 million tonnes, while Brazilian supplies were up 3.5% at 235.7 million tonnes, data from China's General Administration of Customs showed on Wednesday. "The two countries' rise could not fully meet China's demand," said Tang Chuanlin, analyst with CITIC Securities, "Mills had to buy from other countries."
South Africa's rand led gains across emerging market currencies on Wednesday as domestic inflation remained steady, while stocks hit a record high on hopes of bumper COVID-19 stimulus measures in the United States. The rand rose about 0.6% and was set for a third day of gains as it marked a steady recovery from losses made last week. December inflation came in as expected, with investors now watching for an interest rate decision by the South African central bank on Thursday.
More than 100 British musicians, from pop and rock idols including Ed Sheeran, Sting and Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to classical stars such as conductor Simon Rattle, have said tours of Europe by British artists are in danger because of Brexit. In a letter published in Wednesday's edition of The Times newspaper, the musicians said the government had broken a promise to negotiate visa-free travel for musicians in the European Union. "The deal done with the EU has a gaping hole where the promised free movement for musicians should be: everyone on a European music tour will now need costly work permits and a mountain of paperwork for their equipment," they wrote.
The BBC has been told that it can no longer shy away from implementing the worst of its £1 billion ($1.4B) cost-savings plan as it faces a perfect storm of pressures, including falling income, declining audiences, and intense pressure from deep-pocketed rivals. A bleak report by UK public spending watchdog, the National Audit Office (NAO), […]
Some taxpayers have not received any financial support from the government throughout the coronavirus pandemic due to 'quirks' in the tax system, according to a new report.
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HiPhi, Human Horizons' premium smart all-electric vehicle brand, has been granted exclusive naming rights for the popular 2021 Spartan Race in China. With a mission to help people 'push their limits', the strategic partnership will seek to set a precedence for the relationship between high-end sporting events and vehicle brands by bringing the two groups together through promotional events and a range of overlapping branding activities.
The UK inflation rate jumps to 0.6% in December from 0.3% in November, led by higher transport costs.
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After months of speculation about his whereabouts, China's richest man, Jack Ma, has resurfaced in a short online video praising China's teachers. It's the first time the co-founder of tech titan Alibaba has been seen in public since October, when Ma blasted China's regulators during a speech at a forum in Shanghai. Those comments set him on a collision course with Beijing officials and led to the abrupt suspension of the IPO of Ant Group, the payments firm he controls. The blockbuster listing had been set to be the largest ever before it was abruptly pulled in November. Weeks later, Ma skipped the filming of a TV talent show he created for African entrepreneurs. His absence led to media reports and speculation that he was missing. Wednesday's reappearance by Ma has driven a sharp jump in Alibaba's shares. In the video, he praises 100 teachers and tells them we will meet again when the health crisis is over. According to local reports, the online event was the Jack Ma Rural Teachers Award ceremony. His physical whereabouts were not disclosed. Ma's video came as Alibaba now faces an antitrust investigation by Chinese regulators.