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Apple could be set to invest in Kia Motors as part of a deal to collaborate on an electric vehicle.
According to Bloomberg, which cited Korean publication Donga Llbo Apple is rumoured to be making a 4,000,000,000,001 or $3.6 billion investment in Kia to set up production at Ks facilities in the US.
While the Korean news outlet did not cite a specific source, the reports could point to a more concrete future for apples long rumored Evie plants.
Apple in Kenya declined to comment on the Bloomberg report.
The Biden administration has announced a plan to roll out 1 million vaccine doses to roughly six and a half 1000 retail pharmacies across the US Speaking at a briefing on Tuesday, White House COVID-19 coordinator, Jeff Zients, said that starting on February 11th, the federal government would deliver vaccines directly to pharmacies to help ensure equitable access.
And finally, NASA has announced the creation of a new senior climate advisor role in an effort to ensure effective fulfillment The button administration's climate science objectives.
Gavin Schmidt, the director of NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, will be acting advisor until a permanent appointment is made.
While NASA is associated with space discovery.
The agency has also long worked on climate research.
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