Our trip through the week’s stories, including Ford’s new EV plans, China’s anti-spy measures, and some custom Rolls-Royces.
Coronavirus case numbers are dropping in the United States, but the pandemic is still raging. Ford shut down a plant in southern India this week not because of the semiconductor shortage that has been upending production plans all year, but because workers staged a sit-in protest demanding leave and health benefits after 230 workers caught the coronavirus. At least two of the affected employees died.
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