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Biden uses Defense Production Act to tackle US baby formula crisis

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Joe Biden has invoked the Defense Production Act to address the shortage of infant formula by speeding production and authorizing flights to import it from abroad, as experts warned desperate parents not to concoct th...

Biden invokes Defense Production Act to tackle baby formula shortage

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Joe Biden has invoked the Defense Production Act to speed production of infant formula and authorized flights to import supply from overseas, as he faces mounting political pressure over a domestic shortage caused by ...

Baby formula maker Abbott to restart production amid US shortage

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The baby formula maker Abbott has reached an agreement with US health regulators to restart production at its largest domestic factory amid a nationwide formula shortage that has left shelves bare and parents scrambli...

iPhone maker Pegatron halts Shanghai production due to Covid lockdown

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Key iPhone maker Pegatron has halted operations at two subsidiaries in the Chinese cities of Shanghai and Kunshan, as global supply chains feel the pinch of Beijing’s strict zero-Covid measures. The business hub of Sh...

UK economy slows more than expected as car production slumps

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UK economic growth slowed by more than expected in February as a slump in car manufacturing undermined a sharp recovery in holiday bookings after the easing of Covid travel restrictions. The Office for National Statis...

UK farmers warn soaring gas costs could cut food production

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The National Farmers’ Union has warned of a huge drop in UK-grown crops, including peppers, cucumbers and aubergines, as it becomes too expensive to produce them. The NFU said producers of crops who use glasshouses ar...

Acute skills shortage threatens British film studios’ production boom

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The UK’s £6bn film and TV production boom faces being derailed as an acute skills shortage – from set decorators and special effects experts to accountants – causes delays to shooting schedules and drives up the cost ...

Cut meat and dairy production by a third to save climate, British farmers told

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British farmers must reduce their production of meat and dairy by a third in the next 10 years if scientific advice on limiting greenhouse gas emissions is to be met, the conservation charity WWF has said. Even greate...

‘Building back worse’: Wisconsin’s fight over the production of USPS vehicles

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Wisconsin residents cheered when Oshkosh Defense, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer, won a large contract to build a new generation of post office delivery vehicles - up to 165,000 – but now Wisconsinites are fuming abou...

UK car production slumps to lowest level since 1956

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The lowest number of cars rolled out of British factories last year since 1956, as the industry warned that rising energy costs and further shortages of computer chips will plague its recovery. Car production slumped ...

Streaming boom pushes big budget production spending in UK to record £6bn

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The amount spent making Hollywood hits such as the latest Indiana Jones film and big-budget dramas including Star Wars TV spin-off Andor in the UK this year is on track to hit a record £6bn, thanks to a pandemic-fuell...

VW’s £1bn bid to lead the charge in electric vehicle production

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Two bronze statues that guard the entrance to Zwickau train station in Saxony tell the tale of Germany’s struggle to wean itself off fossil fuels. A crouching miner cradles a lamp in a nod to the lignite, a particular...

Thousands of AstraZeneca Covid vaccine doses going to waste despite near-record production

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Almost 1,000 Covid vaccination providers are destroying expired AstraZeneca supplies, with the wastage of 31,833 doses reported despite Australian production of the vaccine continuing at near-record rates. There are n...

Energy crisis could halt factory production, industry leaders warn

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Industry leaders have warned the government that factories across the country could stop production due to rising energy costs. Andrew Large, director-general at the Confederation of Paper Industries, Gareth Stace, fr...

Hollywood production crews vote to authorise first ever strike

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Film and television production in North America is at risk of coming to a standstill after behind-the-scenes workers voted overwhelmingly to authorise a strike for the first time in its 128-year history. The Internati...

Channel 4 privatisation could put us out of business, say TV production firms

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More than 40 small TV and film production companies behind shows such as Derry Girls and Say Yes to the Dress have come together to warn that the government’s proposed privatisation of Channel 4 could put them out of ...

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