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Global manufacturers see chip shortage easing

* Hyundai to boost production at plants * ABB CEO: chipmaker supply commitments improve * ABB CEO: commodity prices coming down * Electrolux CEO: supply situation returning to normal * Nokia expects supply shortage to ease By John Revill and Supantha Mukherjee ZURICH/STOCKHOLM, July 21 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co 005380.KS , factory robot builder ABB ABBN.S and Swedish fridge maker Electrolux ELUXb.ST see the semi-conductor chip shortage easing, executives said Thursday, in a boost for manufact
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Financial Times - April 13

April 13 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Boris Johnson, wife Carrie and Rishi Sunak fined over COVID lockdown breaches on.ft.com/3LXJCeP - Unite members back strike action at FCA in dispute over pay on.ft.com/3jtJasF - Nokia joins rival Ericsson in exiting Russia on.ft.com/3O7hw2E - Pentagon to meet top arms makers to discuss stepping up aid to Ukraine on.ft.com/37J8KXH
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Russian lawmakers propose giving VEB control in firms that leave Russia

(Refiles to fix typo in the last paragraph) April 12 (Reuters) - Russian lawmakers proposed to transfer businesses of foreign companies that are leaving Russia to the state development bank VEB, giving the owners of such firms the option to resume their operations in Russia or sell businesses within three months. Scores of foreign companies have announced temporary shutdowns of stores and factories in Russia or said they were leaving for good since Russia began what it calls "a special military
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Nokia to stop doing business in Russia

By Supantha Mukherjee STOCKHOLM, April 12 (Reuters) - Telecoms equipment maker Nokia NOKIA.HE is pulling out of the Russian market, its CEO told Reuters, going a step further than rival Ericsson ERICb.ST , which said on Monday it was indefinitely suspending its business in the country. Hundreds of foreign companies are cutting ties with Russia following its Feb.
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Nokia says to stop doing business in Russia

By Supantha Mukherjee STOCKHOLM, April 12 (Reuters) - Telecoms equipment maker Nokia NOKIA.HE is pulling out of the Russian market, its CEO told Reuters, going a step further than rival Ericsson ERICb.ST , which said on Monday it was indefinitely suspending its business in the country. Hundreds of foreign companies are cutting ties with Russia following its Feb.
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