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Uber to cut 3,000 jobs, trim invesment

Uber on Monday announced it is cutting a quarter of its global workforce and trimming investment to survive the financial hit to its business from the coronavirus pandemic. The San Francisco-based company is laying off about 3,000 people and stopping some investments unrelated to its core ride-share and delivery businesses, according to chief executive Dara
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FG impressed, as auto firms donate COVID-19 palliatives

By Theodore Opara Auto firms’ donation of COVID-19 palliatives has been commended by the Federal Government. Leading auto companies in the country, such as Stallion Group, CFAO, GAC Motors, Mandilas Group, Weststar Associates, Toyota Nigeria Ltd., Elizade Motors, Innoson Motors and Simba Motors have all contributed in different ways to support the federal and state
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Finally, Toyota Yaris gets SUV version

By Theodore Opara Toyota announces that its new compact SUV, the Yaris Cross, originally planned to be revealed at the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, has made its world debut. As a new SUV that inherits the qualities of the brand’s flagship compact car, Yaris, Yaris Cross will be launched in Japan in Autumn this year,
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ABC boosts long haul operations with new trucks

ALTHOUGH ABC Transport was the first transporter in the country to shut down operation as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, reports reaching Vanguard has it that the company is set to hit the ground running as soon as it the Pandemic is contained.
Already ABC Cargo Express, a division of ABC Transport Plc has added 10 new units of SHACMAN heavy duty trucks to boost its cargo operations in Nigeria.

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