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James Bond will drive a Chinese car


The Chinese automaker Geely talks to the British sports car brand Aston Martin about an investment. That is reported by the British business newspaper Financial Times. At present, the Chinese, who already own the Lotus and Volvo car brands and have a 10 percent interest in Mercedes mother Daimler, are doing book research.

Mild winter plays on the side of the itchy oak caterpillar


This European winter has been exceptionally mild so far and there are no indications that this will change soon. And that is to the advantage of the oak processionary caterpillar. A mild winter ensures a greater chance of survival of the eggs of the oak procession butterfly, explains director Bastiaan Meerburg of the Knowledge and Advice Center for Animal Pests (KAD).

CIB is unrelated to bomb scare of the Netherlands


At different companies at different locations, bomb letters were found between the postal services in recent days. The Netherlands police now warns. The letters were delivered to a hotel and a gas station in Amsterdam, a brokerage firm in Utrecht and a gas station and car company in Rotterdam in the one week period. Nothing in the Northern Netherlands.

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