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California Approves New Rules Allowing Driverless Cars That Do Not Require A Human Operator

California has approved broad new rules allowing driverless cars that do not require a human operator to sit behind the wheel. Until now, a human had always been present to take over in the event of emergency, a requirement that pushed some Silicon Valley companies to start testing outside their home state. Critics say it […]

WiPay Online Payment Platform Launched Awaiting Requisite Regulatory Approval To Operate In Jamaica

Younger Buyers Showing Less Interest In Owning Cars Than Older Generations

Automakers have gathered in Detroit this week for the US industry’s big show of the year, after a 2017 where sales topped 17m vehicles domestically for the third year in a row — marking the best three-year stretch in the motor industry’s history. But there are warnings of tougher times on the road ahead as […]

Paysuh’s E-Commerce Payment Platform Ready for Conversations with Jamaica’s Developer Community via “Paysuh Developer Conferences & Workshops 2.0”

The EU’s Highest Court Has Ruled That Uber Is A Transport Company

The EU’s highest court has ruled that Uber is a transport company, opening the ride-hailing app to tougher regulation in Europe’s 28 member states. The European Court of Justice said Uber was a traditional taxi firm, shifting its legal status from a digital company and giving it less freedom from regulation in the EU’s single […]

Paysuh’s E-Commerce Payment Platform Ready for Conversations with Jamaica’s Developer Community via “Paysuh Developer Conferences & Workshops 2.0”

The Electric Car Reinvented By Dyson?

The maker of high-end vacuum cleaners and fans is turning to electric car manufacturing. UK technology group Dyson is working on a premium electric car to go on sale in 2020, entering the motor industry at a time of intense change and disruption. Meanwhile in India, a different type of electrical vehicle is gaining market […]

Jamaica Welcomes Two Million Visitors For The First Half Of 2019, Earning US$2 Billion In Revenues.

Jamaica To Implement Pre-Shipment Inspection Process On JA$100 Billion A Year Imported Used Car Business

The Jamaican Government is moving to implement the Pre-Shipment Inspection (PSI) process for used vehicles entering the island, with the aim of ensuring consumer protection and fair trade. Permanent Secretary in the Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Ministry, Donovan Stanberry, provided details at a consultation with used-car dealers, on August 29 at the Petroleum Corporation […]

Jamaica Welcomes Two Million Visitors For The First Half Of 2019, Earning US$2 Billion In Revenues.

Ubers’ Revenue Fuelled By A 150% Year-On-Year Increase In Trips By Uber Passengers Around The World

Ubers’ revenue is staying on course, this as business continued to surge in the second quarter, even as the company became engulfed in scandals that led to the departure of chief executive Travis Kalanick and several senior deputies. The rise was fuelled by a 150 per cent year-on-year increase in trips taken using the Uber […]

Paysuh’s E-Commerce Payment Platform Ready for Conversations with Jamaica’s Developer Community via “Paysuh Developer Conferences & Workshops 2.0”

Jetcon Corporation Posts Improved EPS of 13.74 cents Up From 7.25 in 2016, for the six months to June 2017 – Jackson

Andrew Jackson President and CEO of Jetcon Corporation Limited in his report to Shareholders for the second quarter ending June 2017 has indicated that orders for the period after the quarter, are ahead of 2016 by 82 percent, and points to a positive outcome for the rest of the year, barring any unfavorable developments. He […]

GWest Corporation Directors Assuring Shareholders And Investors That They Are Confident That The Company Will Continue As A Going Concern

Volvo Commits To An All Electric And Hybrid Future

Håkan Samuelsson CEO of Volvo announced today that from 2019 onwards every model they produced would be hybrids or battery-powered electric vehicles, making Volvo the first traditional carmaker to call time on vehicles powered solely by an internal combustion engine. This announcement marks the end of the solely combustion engine-powered car, Samuelsson said in a […]

Paysuh’s E-Commerce Payment Platform Ready for Conversations with Jamaica’s Developer Community via “Paysuh Developer Conferences & Workshops 2.0”

Taking These Actions in Japan and the U.S. Is The Best Way To Address The Ongoing Issues With Certainty And In An Organized Manner – Takata

Japanese automotive supplier Takata has filed for bankruptcy in Japan and the US and that it had agreed to be acquired for US$1.6 billion by the Chinese-owned U.S.-based Key Safety Systems. In the biggest bankruptcy of a Japanese manufacturer, Takata faces tens of billions of dollars in costs and liabilities resulting from almost a decade […]

Paysuh’s E-Commerce Payment Platform Ready for Conversations with Jamaica’s Developer Community via “Paysuh Developer Conferences & Workshops 2.0”

Negotiations Far Advanced With Motor-Vehicle Manufacturer To Operate Out Of Special Economic Zone – Seaga

Chairman of the Jamaica Special Economic Zone Authority, Metry Seaga, says that negotiations are far advanced with a motor-vehicle manufacturer to operate out of one of the six special economic zones (SEZs) that have already been designated by the Government. Mr. Seaga speaking on the Jamaica Information Service (JIS) news magazine programme, ‘Issues and Answers’ […]

Jamaica Welcomes Two Million Visitors For The First Half Of 2019, Earning US$2 Billion In Revenues.