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Taxi drivers fire Uber warning shot

Hong Kong Standard 19 May 2024
which do you support, taxis or Uber?. Although it was not surprising that more people supported Uber, it was still shocking to discover over 92 percent of the respondents backed it, leaving just over 7 percent voting for taxis.
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Hybrids, plug-in hybrids and electric vehicles

The Manila Times 10 May 2024
... used), there was nearly no take-up for hybrid vehicles unlike what one saw in Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong, where many private vehicles were hybrid and a preponderance of buses and taxis were.
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From petri dish to plate: meet the company hoping to bring lab-grown fish to the table

AOL 28 Apr 2024
At this early stage, the company’s first planned destination for its products is not the local restaurants but Singapore, a country where cultivated meat is already so well known, you can chat to taxi ...
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On their first date, he asked her if she had any debt. Today, they're a ...

Business Insider 19 Mar 2024
Ryan Tan and Corinne Chow are a DINK couple in Singapore ... Four years later, the couple is building a life together in Singapore, which currently shares the top spot on the list of the world's most expensive cities.
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Hyundai's Supernal and Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis

Newsday 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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Hyundai’s Supernal and Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis

Asahi News 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE--As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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Hyundai's Supernal, Embraer-backed Eve Air Mobility see future in electric-powered air taxis

The Nashville Ledger 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 8:51 a.m. EST

Enid News & Eagle 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 9:43 a.m. EST

The Eagle-Tribune 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 7:54 a.m. EST

The Eagle-Tribune 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 7:39 a.m. EST

Cadillac News 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 6:40 a.m. EST

Enid News & Eagle 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 10:00 a.m. EST

Cadillac News 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.
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AP Business SummaryBrief at 10:33 a.m. EST

Enid News & Eagle 22 Feb 2024
SINGAPORE (AP) — As the aviation sector seeks ways to make air travel less polluting and more sustainable, aerospace company Embraer and South Korean automaker Hyundai are among the companies betting on a new form of air travel -– air taxis.

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