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Electric Cars Will Be Pulled in Different Directions by War – Bloomberg

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Emma Barnett meets foreign affairs expert and Democratic Senator Tim Kaine to discuss how America and the world should deal with Vladimir Putin, President Joe Biden’s leadership during the crisis, and how to move on after losing the 2016 election despite winning the popular vote.
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Singapore’s Zilingo Is Said to Suspend CEO Amid Probe
Apple Targets Watch Blood-Pressure Tool for 2024 After Snags
Facebook Adding Manhattan Office Space in Latest NYC Expansion
China, Russia Seek Weapons to Hit U.S. Satellites, Pentagon Says
Manchin Blames White House, Fed for Slow Response to Inflation
Investors Own Nearly a Third of Homes in Major Canadian Markets
Inflation Is Recasting Amercians’ Relationship With Money — and Each Other
Mavs Put No Timetable on Doncic Return With Playoffs Looming
Washington Commanders ‘Financial Schemes’ May Have Broken the Law, Democrats Say
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Fed Won’t Be Swayed Even If Inflation Has Peaked
A Cooler Jobs Market Is Just What This Economy Needs
An Upstart Farm Is Selling Jamaica on Goat Milk
Why Commercial Landlords Will Give You Months of Free Office Rent
SPAC Trades May Have Made as Much as 888% Profit—Now, Some Are Drawing SEC Scrutiny
Oklahoma Bans Abortion With Law That Would Send Providers to Prison
New York City Accused of Bias Against Gay Men in IVF Coverage
UCLA’s Itskhoki Wins John Bates Clark Young Economist Award
Gensler Says SEC’s Climate-Change Plan Falls Under Agency’s Authority
How Ethanol and E15 Gas Fit Into Biden’s Plans to Fight Inflation
A Ukrainian Mayor Looks at Life After Liberation
Elon Musk Throws Spotlight on Homelessness With Twitter Office Idea
Why Chile’s President Moved Into a High-Crime Santiago Neighborhood
Crypto Expert Gets 63 Months for Helping North Korea Evade U.S. Sanctions
Crypto Firm Polygon Seeks to Eliminate Carbon Footprint in 2022
BlackRock, Fidelity Back Stablecoin Firm Circle in $400 Million Funding Round
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will affect adoption of plug-ins and EVs.
A Ford dealership in Richmond, California, U.S., Jan. 26, 2022.

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We are fielding a lot of questions these days at BloombergNEF about what impact Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have on electric vehicle adoption. The short answer is that it’s complicated.