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By in Business on September 13, 2020
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Russian medical exoskeletons to be sold in the US to help people walk again
August 5, 2021
Preview Russian medical equipment manufacturer ExoAtlet has received official approval to export medical exoskeletons – wearable devices designed to help people with locomotive disabilities walk again – to the US market.
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Is gold the answer to the money-printing madness? RT’s Keiser Report finds out
August 5, 2021
Preview Since Richard Nixon took the US off the gold standard 50 years ago, the US dollar and other global peers have plunged in value as inflation continues to erode fiat currencies.
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US imports more Russian crude despite targeting country’s energy sector with sanctions
August 5, 2021
Preview Russian oil exports to the United States have surged 23% this year, overtaking Mexico and making Russia the US’ second-biggest crude supplier after Canada.
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New Vaccine Mandates Cover More Workers — and Customers
August 6, 2021
The latest corporate vaccine mandates cover more types of workers — and customers.
Companies Begin to Mandate Covid Vaccines for Employees
August 6, 2021
Tyson and Microsoft were the latest to require employees to be vaccinated. Other major employers have tried less sweeping approaches.
Richard Trumka, A.F.L.-C.I.O. Chief, Dies at 72
August 6, 2021
A third-generation coal miner from Pennsylvania, he had led the labor federation since 2009, forging influential ties with leading Democrats.
Biden Expected to Announce Goal of 50% Electric Vehicle Sales by 2030
August 5, 2021
The initiative also promotes the construction of charging stations and includes financial incentives for consumers and carmakers.
Europe’s Pandemic Aid Is Winding Down. Is Now the Best Time?
August 5, 2021
Governments want vaccinations and a business rebound to carry the economy now, but cutting aid too quickly could create economic aftershocks.