A South Korean court denied a request for an arrest warrant for Samsung Group heir Jay Y. Lee, who is accused of accounting fraud and stock manipulation, Reuters reported. The denial of the arrest warrant is the latest twist in a long-running saga involving the Samsung heir. Lee was jailed two years ago on suspicion of bribing South Korea’s former president. However, he was released in 2018...
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The Electric: Western Auto and Battery Makers’ Big Gamble on Indonesian Nickel
For much of the last century, metals companies have made stainless steel from nickel mined in Russia or the Philippines and smelted at temperatures up to 2,900 degrees. But demand for nickel is outstripping supplies because the metal is a key component in most electric vehicle batteries. So metals producers have turned to a new supplier—Indonesia, which possesses vast reserves of a previously...
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