Hyundai advertisers accused of child labor – Amauri Segalla

In papers and experiences despatched to the market by the media, corporations from completely different sectors present what they need to do to the ESG agenda (acronym in English for good surroundings, social and governance practices). In follow, nevertheless, the story is kind of completely different. As reported by Reuters, South Korea’s Hyundai automobile dealership within the United States makes use of kids of their work. the case of the Smart Alabama unit, a subsidiary that has Hyundai as the overall supervisor. According to Reuters, the corporate employs kids as younger as 12 years previous to work in manufacturing. This just isn’t an remoted subject. Recently, a Hyundai enterprise associate admitted that he babysats his staff’ kids. Research is progressing. It is assumed that different automobile producers will observe go well with, which may put the automobile enterprise on the middle of the worldwide market.
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Zuckerberg continues on the metaverse

Despite the detrimental outcomes achieved by the metaverse up to now, Mark Zuckerberg desires to double down on competing websites based mostly on actual life. Meta (previously Facebook) desires to distribute a minimum of 20% of its earnings to this space in 2023. It is a harmful transfer: Reality Labs, the brand new laboratory of the corporate that creates the metaverse, makes losses. In the primary 9 months of the yr, it posted working losses estimated at US$9 billion.

Aegea buys authorities sanitary gacha

Consortium Aegea received, within the sale held at B3, Companhia Riograndense de Saneamento (Corsan) for BRL 4.15 billion, which represented a premium of 1.15% relative to the quantity of BRL 4.1 billion. Currently, the general public sanitation gacha helps 6 million folks in 317 cities. Private promoting ought to improve the corporate’s earnings and is in step with the Sanitation Law, which offers that, by the yr 2033, 99% of Brazilians may have entry to ingesting water.

US car dealerships
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Car gross sales in 2022

Light automobile gross sales worldwide are anticipated to finish 2022 at zero to zero. According to Just Auto consultants, 82.1 million items shall be approved by the tip of December, the identical quantity as in 2021. Compared to 2019, earlier than the pandemic, what seems to be a worrying state of affairs: that yr, 90 have been bought. thousands and thousands of passenger automobiles. Several elements clarify the outcomes. Among them, the shortage of elements, world issues and even the ridicule of new generations of automobiles.


The milk market is falling. According to a examine carried out by the Dutch financial institution Rabobank, the consumption of alcohol in Brazil shall be 165 liters in 2022, which represents a lower of 3% in comparison with 2021. For Rabobank, the result’s primarily as a result of giant loss of vitality within the inhabitants. to purchase.

Christmas dinner shall be dearer this yr. A examine by XP based mostly on knowledge from IBGE discovered that the costs of components utilized in Christmas dinners elevated by 13% from final yr. Gifts additionally turned dearer: the worth of garments elevated by 21%, above sneakers and equipment (16.6%).

The chance of a recession within the United States in 2023 rose to 70%, based on a examine by Bloomberg and economists. In the earlier survey, which came about in November, the index was 65%. A pointy drop in inflation, the tip of fiscal stimulus and weak exports create a storm that’s about to engulf the nation.

Tesla is anticipated to announce within the coming days a manufacturing facility within the Mexican state of Nuevo Len, with an preliminary funding of between US $ 800 million and US $ 1 billion. The whole price, taking into consideration future growth, may attain US$ 10 billion. Initially, the machine will produce elements for the automaker’s present fashions.


there was a decline within the quantity of IPOs (preliminary public choices) worldwide in 2022, based on analysis by EY. The survey confirmed that only one,333 corporations went public, in opposition to 2,436 in 2021.

“Instead of attempting to interact with a big group of folks, you are extra like watching a fantasy occasion”

Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, criticizing Elon Musk. According to Gates, Musk is “beginning” digital polarization on Twitter

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