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the un says it has received pledges of roughly three hundred forty million dollars to help pro hinge or refugees more than half a million row hinge on muslims have fled to bangladesh from violence in myanmar since late august the u.n. says it still needs about one hundred million dollars to fund its response to the refugee crisis through february. but well known russian journalist has undergone surgery after an intruder stabbed her in the neck at her workplace tachyon a fellow going to go is deputy editor of echo moscow one of few outlets for independent journalism in russia her attacker who's now in custody claims he has a telepathic connection with her. britain's prime minister to resign may has given an upbeat assessment of on going like negotiations with the european union last week's round of talks ended without a breakthrough but mrs may said she had
a degree of confidence of making enough progress by december to start trade talks this is. us secretary of state rex tillerson has paid a surprise visit to afghanistan to discuss the sixteen year war with the taliban. in talks with president ashraf ghani mr tillotson reiterated the u.s. commitment to work with kabul to bring peace mr tillotson also visited the iraqi capital baghdad. set to gain a foothold in the world's biggest electric vehicle markets the call maker reportedly reaches a deal to build its first production facility in china. coming up bike sharing. in australia it's already hit a bump in the road we take a look at what happens when things don't go quite so. the sharing economy.
cultural cultural exchanges the african fall. down on the farm just outside. is your business update on how it all for thanks for joining me. tesla is looking to get a piece of the pie in the world's biggest electric vehicle market and wall street journal reports that the comic has reached an agreement with chinese authorities to build its first plant in china the city would be in shanghai's free trade zone the details are still being worked out but tesla reckons the factory could help calm production by fact. our financial correspondent yens quarter is on wall street we can talk to him now and how important is this news for tesla well it could be a game changer because overall if you look at it one of the details of the
potential deal would be that this production facility would be wholly owned by tesla so far all the foreign car companies they need a chinese partner that deal probably would not have that included and it would bring costs down quite a bit for tesla and china is the biggest market for electronic vehicles this year alone probably a bit more than double electric vehicles will be sold in china in comparison to the u.s. and if you look at tesla specifically about fifteen percent of their sales were generated in china so far china is not the big market for tesla but that could change even if the stock traded a bit lower here and the monday session now is a big week for the markets with earnings season open one hundred eighty nine companies on the s. and p. five hundred sets report and. it's the busiest week of the
earnings season by far and one reason that the stock market has risen so much of the past couple of months was due to the expectations that corporate earnings actually will come in a better than expected and we've just seen that recently that we had some misses and that actually could put some pressure on the market here on monday for instance the stock of general electric lost more than six percent in value after that company mr earnings expectations on for right it was the first earnings miss in about two and a half years especially the focus will be on thursday when the big tech companies will be out with earnings amazon google microsoft intel but then also on tuesday we will have general motors for instance or make donald out was number so a lot depends on those earnings if there's a rally that we've seen recently can continue all right plenty to look forward to
this weekend's quarter in new york for us thank you for us wealth already said given a german com make a fox fog and the green light to repair around thirty eight thousand s.u.v.s with really to diesel engines that could potentially have access and we should never and this is welcome news for fox german car maker would have had to pay up to four billion dollars had the u.s. authorities denied the approval for the vehicle fixes that means it's set to save around one billion dollars as a result of that decision that decision affecting its. seven and porsche cayenne models. nevertheless the clouds continue to gather over germany's car industry here in europe the european commission has announced even more raids on offices of comic saying it was looking for evidence they might have violated e.u. anti trust rules dima and b.w.
have confirmed they were targeted by those rights investigators visited b.m.w. offices on friday the rates aimed at uncovering evidence of the secret kauto that might have an equally discussed industry emission controls and standards since the one nine hundred ninety s. . now getting around busy central london is already testing but now the drive is of older pollutant vehicles it just got even more expensive as well in a bid to tackle c o two emissions the british capital has joined the ranks of european cities make it harder for those polluted vehicles to take to the roads and they need a new tax on them drivers in central london are used to paying extra to be on these roads now another female be added for son to teach arjun or toxic charge would be an additional eleven euros on top of the ten euro congestion levy they already pay . and the idea is to encourage those who are the most pollution vehicles to stop