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Belgium's King Albert II on Monday said he'll use part of his salary to help pay for the upkeep on his properties, making him the latest European royal whose pocketbook is being squeezed by the economic woes afflicting the continent.
tool goes here Belgium's King Albert II on Monday said he'll use part of his salary to help pay for the upkeep on his properties, making him the latest European royal whose pocketbook is being squeezed by the economic woes afflicting the continent.
Moral Kaman, 47 Company employee (Bangladeshi) The economy is bad everywhere, so I'd like to see that rebuilt and for everyone to be living more peacefully and getting along. Jill Fleming, 63 Retired public servant (Australian) No more disasters
Last December alone, sales dropped by 14.2% to 10,374 units from November. For the full year, both the passenger car and commercial vehicle segments posted declines of 8% to 44,862 units and 2.02% to 96,754, respectively. On a monthly basis, however,
German automaker Volkswagen AG expects a tough 2012 even as it reported record sales of more than 8 million vehicles last year that put it ahead of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. Volkswagen said in a statement on Monday that it
In a joint report made by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines Inc. and Truck Manufacturers Association of the Philippines the Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation is still the country's no.1 automaker in the
VW boosted sales by more than one million vehicles, or 14 per cent, to 8.16 million last year, chairman Martin Winterkorn said on the eve of the annual North American International Auto Show in Detroit. That was likely enough to put it past the
Video Photos Hitting that mark after last year's sales of 162,260 will not be easy, Mr. Ichii acknowledged Sunday. But he believes a flood of 18 new or redesigned Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles over the next 18 months will propel the auto maker
Every November, in its Kanji of the Year poll, the Japanese Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation invites the public to vote for the character that best symbolizes the year drawing to a close...Since 1995, when the poll was inaugurated, the Kanji of the
Ashley Vander Tuig arrived on the Central Valley Christian High volleyball team three years ago as a 6-foot-2 sophomore with simple expectations: stand in the middle, get her long arms in the air and alter opposing shots. And she did her job well