Children later than earlier. South Korean women freeze eggs as child-rearing costs rise

SEOUL, May 13 (Reuters) – In South Korea, fewer women are having children and those who do are in no rush. The exorbitant costs of housing and education make financial security essential. Social mores also dictate the need to marry. Lim Eun-young, a 34-year-old civil servant, says she is not ready to start a family … Read more

Chinese plane aborts takeoff and catches fire, causing minor injuries during evacuation

Rescue workers are seen at the site where a Tibet Airlines Airbus A319 plane caught fire after an aborted takeoff, at Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport in Chongqing, China May 12, 2022. cnsphoto via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BEIJING, May 12 (Reuters) – China’s Tibet Airlines said all passengers and … Read more

Boeing clashes with key supplier ahead of Starliner spacecraft launch

WASHINGTON, May 11 (Reuters) – Boeing Co. (TO PROHIBIT) rivals Aerojet Rocketdyne (AJRD.N)a key supplier to its Starliner spacecraft as the US aerospace giant races to test launch the uncrewed astronaut capsule and repair its reputation in the space sector, people familiar with the matter said. The CST-100 Starliner is scheduled to launch May 19 … Read more

Analysis: Aircraft lessors prepare to fight insurers over Russian plane default

Passenger planes of Aeroflot – Russian Airlines are parked at Sheremetyevo International Airport in Moscow, Russia March 12, 2022. REUTERS/Marina Lystseva Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Major landlord promises ‘vigorous’ pursuit of claims Legal expert says results could be unpredictable Soaring insurance rates ‘are not a pretty sight’ Lessors keep in … Read more

EXCLUSIVE Tesla halts most production at Shanghai factory, sales plummet in April

Chinese-made Tesla Model 3 vehicles are seen during a delivery event at the carmaker’s factory in Shanghai, China January 7, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Plant will produce less than 200 cars on Tuesday – memo Factory halted work due to supply issues – sources China’s COVID policies … Read more

Shanghai tightens lockdown to achieve zero COVID goal by end of May

SHANGHAI, May 8 (Reuters) – Shanghai is tightening its already strict COVID-19 lockdown in a new effort to eliminate infections outside quarantine zones in China’s biggest city by the end of the month, officials said. people close to the file. Curbs will likely vary across the city’s 16 districts as some have already hit the … Read more

Exclusive: Xiaomi accuses the Indian agency of threats of “physical violence” during an investigation

Xiaomi India faces Indian investigation over royalty payments Xiaomi has obtained legal redress, but accuses the agency of threats – document Company says executives threatened with ‘disastrous consequences’ – document India claims Xiaomi made overseas payments under the ‘cover of royalty’ NEW DELHI, May 7 (Reuters) – Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp 1810.HK alleged its … Read more

Bird flu quarantines organic chickens from Pennsylvania to France

CHICAGO/PARIS, May 2 (Reuters) – Organic and free-range chickens have been confined. Laying hens that normally have access to the outdoors can no longer roam as freely or feel the sun on their beaks, as some US and European farmers temporarily keep their flocks indoors during deadly bird flu outbreaks, according to the egg producers … Read more

The Bahamas tourist hub is seeing an increase in the smuggling of migrants by boat to the United States

CORAL HARBOUR, Bahamas, April 29 (Reuters) – Patrol boats piloted by the Royal Bahamas Defense Force depart from a former luxury hotel each day as the archipelago nation struggles to control rising number of migrants attempting to reach the United States. often rickety and overloaded boats. An increasingly popular hub for smugglers is the Bimini … Read more

Launch into space? Not so fast. Insurers balk at new coverage

September 1 (Reuters) – An ever-growing amount of space debris threatens satellites hovering around Earth, making insurers reluctant to offer cover to devices that transmit text, maps, video and scientific data , said industry sources. Thousands of new satellites are being launched into areas where orbital trash has been piling up since the first space … Read more