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November 24, 2021
There’s something to be said about an automotive manufacturer that takes a unique approach to its overall design to avoid replicating what most are accustomed to for specific segments. Volvo has been an automaker that’s always set out on a lone path to be different from the rest of the crowd, and their latest compact...
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Volkswagen has said that its takeover offer made for international vehicle rental giant Europcar has been approved by France’s market regulator. The car manufacturer teamed up with asset manager Attestor Limited and Dutch mobility group Pon Holdings BV to make the offer at a proposed price of 0.50 euro per share – valuing Europcar at 2.9...
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Geely Auto Group recently announced its “Smart Geely 2025” strategy that will continue to keep the Group at the forefront of the global automotive industry at a technology focused event at Geely Auto’s Research Institute in Hangzhou Bay. The release of the “Smart Geely 2025” strategy and the launch of the “Leishen...
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In this episode of the Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Associate Editor Byron Hurd. They start off with a chat about the (sort of) long-term 2021 Acura TLX Type S, then segue into the 2022 BMW 2 Series Coupe. It’s a light news week so far, so in lieu of a current-events...
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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) knows how to make a splash, and his proposal to suspend the state’s gas tax—temporarily, but without a specific end date—will only burnish that reputation. Citing rising prices at the pump and the state’s substantial revenue surplus, the governor is calling upon the legislature to take the state’s gas tax...
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The Senate is likely to take at least a month to “Build Back Better.” The Senate is start on its version of the Build Back Better (BBB) tax and spending package the House passed on Friday. The Senate is almost certain to make changes. Among the most contentious issues: The fate of the $10,000 cap...
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ISC Research’s 2021 report, The international school student profile, was released this month, and explored some of the changes to the sector, and how they have impacted “today’s international students”. The research found that 100% of respondents to the survey thought multilingualism, intercultural understanding and global engagement was not knowingly measured at the schools. The...
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When I began teaching 15 years ago, I came to the profession with the belief that worksheets were an elementary school-level example of lazy teaching. I’m not sure where that idea originated, but it was a strongly held notion—and it was shared by other faculty as well. Since then, I have found that worksheets are...
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The Strategic Enrollment Planning Series One of the things that has become increasingly clear since the beginning of the pandemic is that the strength of an institution’s strategic enrollment planning (SEP) process is a good predictor of how well it responds to unforeseen circumstances and shifts in the marketplace. Institutions with a dynamic and defined...
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Sidiqa AllahMorad, Knowledge Analysis Manager, WES, Chris Mackie, Editor, WENR Kazakhstan is a country in transition. Since 1991, when it became the last of the former Soviet republics to declare independence, its leaders have sought to transform the country’s economy, release it from the grip of central planners, and open it to market forces. Kazakhstan’s...
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