Cadillac will succeed the German automaker, which has been the Grand Slam's official vehicle since 2009 and has paid a reported US$9 million per year.
The ASICS GT-II’s predominantly greyscale finish is offset by the images of Japanese Chrysanthemum and Pink Heath flowers at the lateral heel and via the mesh base.
The investment would let SK Inc., the holding company of SK Group, and SK Innovation Co., South Korea’s leading refiner, jointly develop next-generation SMR technologies.
Nexstar Media will purchase a 75% stake in CW Network from Warner Bros Discovery and Paramount Global.
Nongshim was beaten by smaller rivals Samyang and Ottogi in sales and failed to deal with higher logistics costs and raw materials.
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Kakao Corp. cancels the sale of its stake in Kakao Mobility after a month-long protest of the union workers.
Merck has acquired Mecaro and will use its facilities including the R&D center in South Korea after the completion of the deal.
Wildtype's technology can significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fishing, fish farming, and transportation, as well as protect the threatened marine ecosystem.
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Amazon requesting the cancellation of Future Retail deal approval in India
Amazon made a request from the antitrust regulator in India, and it is related to the approval of its deal with Future Retail, the country’s largest retail company. The American e-commerce and tech firm are asking the officials to nullify its approval for the retailer's sale of its retail assets to Reliance Industries Limited.
The sale deal between Future Retail and Reliance is valued at $3.4 billion, and Amazon wants the deal to be revoked, citing violations to the order of suspending the deal. The Seattle, Washington, headquartered retail company claimed the sale was "illegally obtained," as per Reuters.
In a letter that was sent by Amazon Inc. to the Competition Commission of India (CCI) last week, it said that the approval of the sale deal was a "nullity in the eyes of law" because the arbitrator's order was still in effect.
It was noted that the dispute between Amazon’s owner, Jeff Bezos, and Reliance’s Mukesh Ambani, marks a competition for superiority in the country’s booming retail market that has been estimated to be close to reaching the trillion-dollar mark.
Whoever wins in this dispute over Future Retail Ltd, which is India’s second-leading retailer, is expected to gain the upper hand in the raise to supply the daily needs of India’s huge population. This means big business for the major retailers.
At any rate, the publication contacted Future Retail, Amazon, CCI, and Reliance to get their comments on the matter, but no one responded to the request. On the other hand, Future Retail claimed the arbitrator's suspension order was not valid in the first place, but the Indian courts refused to overturn this decision.
Meanwhile, Amazon has approached India’s Supreme Court in an effort to stop the antitrust review of the deal with Future Group. Business Insider India noted that the antitrust review is currently looking into the allegations that Amazon deliberately concealed information while seeking clearance for its deal with Future Retail Group in 2019.
The CCI reportedly held a closed-door hearing last week, and Amazon’s lawyers told the antitrust regulator that the company made a request from the country’s apex court to stop the investigation, but it declined to explain their position on the issue.