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Feb 26, 2021  

For equitable distribution of all COVID-19 medical tools, the EU must stop blocking the intellectual property (IP) waiver proposal at the World Trade Organization (WTO) and facilitate the transfer of health and vaccine technologies by pharmaceutical corporations in Europe to manufacturers in low- and middle-income countries. At the start of the pandemic, EU leaders set out bold aims that provided hope for a global response to fight the pandemic. European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen described the COVID-19 vaccine as “our universal common good.” German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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Feb 26, 2021  

Companies have so far had little to fear from regulators during the pandemic, said David Michaels, who led OSHA during the Obama administration and advised President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 task force during the transition. “This is sending a message,” said Michaels, who is now a professor at George Washington University’s school of public health. “It’s just sending the wrong message.” James Frederick, acting head of OSHA, did not directly address Reuters’ findings but said the agency is “taking a hard look at enforcement efforts related to COVID-19.” Frederick, a Biden appointee, pointed to

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Feb 26, 2021  

Semiconductor Output Is Taking a Hit From Texas Cold Snap Updated Feb. 17, 2021 6:09 pm ET / Original Feb. 17, 2021 6:08 pm ET Several semiconductor companies have shut down manufacturing operations in Austin, Texas, amid a brutal winter storm that has pummeled swaths of the U.S. Early Wednesday NXP Semiconductors (ticker: NXPI) said in a statement that two of its plants in Austin were without power and gas, and a local newspaper reported that all semiconductor manufacturers in the city were ordered to shut down or idle their plants. Samsung Electronics , and Infineon Technology also have

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