Forty years ago, the Arab oil-exporting countries proclaimed an oil embargo. Gasoline in West Germany was becoming scarce. The government banned driving on Sundays.
US President Donald Trump has once more attacked the EU over trade barriers and threatened to slap a tax on imports of European cars. His comments come amid fears of a trade war over new US steel and aluminum tariffs.
The luxury electric carmaker reportedly has reached an agreement with China to build a production facility in Shanghai's free-trade zone, potentially giving Tesla a unique edge in the world's largest e-car market.
Jan Kuciak was killed just before publishing a report about ties between politicians and organized crime, a fellow reporter said. Kuciak is the second anti-corruption journalist murdered in the EU in the past six months.
The 17th century avenue in the heart of the French capital celebrated a first: cars were not allowed. In the future, the four-lane artery will be car-free every first Sunday of the month.
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