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Tanks for Ukraine: Too little, too late is not good enough

The Hill 27 Jan 2023
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has indicated that the Netherlands may be prepared to purchase 18 Leopards, which it currently leases from Germany, and to transfer them to Ukraine. Should each of these countries match at least the 14 tanks that Berlin and Warsaw have committed to ...
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Allies bolster Ukraine with more weapons pledges

Dawn 20 Jan 2023
It shouldn’t be like that.” Dutch Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren said she was confident a solution would be found for supplying modern battle tanks to Ukraine, but that the Netherlands, which leases Leopard 2 tanks from Germany, would need a green light from Berlin before deciding whether to contribute.
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West pledges more weapons but Germany reluctant to send Leopard tanks

Irish Independent 20 Jan 2023
It shouldn’t be like that.”Dutch defence minister Kajsa Ollongren said she was confident a solution would be found for supplying modern battle tanks to Ukraine, but that the Netherlands, which leases Leopard 2 tanks from Germany, would need a green light from ...
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What ground vehicles are allies sending to Ukraine?

RTE 20 Jan 2023
Berlin committed to send 14 in a joint project with the Netherlands ... Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren said this month she was confident a solution would be found for supplying modern battle tanks to Ukraine but said the Netherlands, which leases Leopard 2 tanks from Germany, would need Berlin's green light before deciding whether to contribute.
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Factbox: Ukraine's military supplies: What ground vehicles are Kyiv's allies sending?

Reuters 20 Jan 2023
Berlin committed to send 14 in a joint project with the Netherlands ... Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren said in January she was confident a solution would be found for supplying modern battle tanks to Ukraine but said the Netherlands, which leases Leopard 2 tanks from Germany, would need Berlin's green light before deciding whether to contribute.
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Ukraine’s military supplies: What ground vehicles are Kyiv’s allies sending?

FX Empire 20 Jan 2023
Berlin committed to send 14 in a joint project with the Netherlands ... Defence Minister Kajsa Ollongren said in January she was confident a solution would be found for supplying modern battle tanks to Ukraine but said the Netherlands, which leases Leopard 2 tanks from Germany, would need Berlin’s green light before deciding whether to contribute.
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Davos 2023: Netherlands finalising Patriot system plan for Ukraine, to announce more support

Reuters 19 Jan 2023
Dozens of Ukraine's allies meet on Friday at a U.S ... Germany has so far held back. Ollongren said she was confident a solution would be found for supplying modern battle tanks, but that the Netherlands, which leases Leopard 2 tanks from Germany, would need a green light from Berlin before deciding whether to contribute ... Our Standards ... Read Next.
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German renewables firm Enpal hits $2.4 bln valuation with new funding round

Reuters 09 Jan 2023
BERLIN, Jan 9 (Reuters) - German photovoltaics leasing firm Enpal said on Monday it was close to securing 215 million euros ($230 million) in equity, as it seeks to expand its business and meet increasing demand for residential solar power in light of rising energy prices.
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Joshua Heath | Love Is Important in Politics, Too

The Signal 16 Nov 2022
But FDR was a deeply religious man, and could not simply close his heart to the vicious empire emerging out of Berlin. So he invented, out of his imagination, the Lend-Lease program, which dedicated the American economy to producing arms that could be sent to Britain and Russia for use against the Nazis.
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Former N.J. Kmart building to become home to indoor go-kart track

Lehigh Valley 08 Nov 2022
White Horse Pike in the Berlin Shopping Center of Berlin. The company is leasing 62,000 square feet of the former 92,000-square-foot Kmart building ... Berlin Shopping Center has been mostly unused since Kmart closed in 2014. Dollar General, Pasta Vino, Happy Family Chinese & Thai and Berlin Discount Cleaners currently occupy the complex ... N.J ... ....
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Berlin To Add EV Charging Station

The Ocean City Dispatch 27 Oct 2022
BERLIN– An electric vehicle charging station will be coming to Berlin following approval from officials this week. The Berlin Town Council on Monday approved a lease agreement with Chargepoint, a company that will lease the town an electric vehicle charging station.
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Germany may deploy Israeli-made drones to defend against Russia

Cleveland Jewish News 24 Oct 2022
Berlin in 2016 forged a long-term agreement with Jerusalem to lease five Israel Aerospace Industries-produced Heron-TP UAVs at a cost of nearly $1 billion, according to the report ... .
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How lend-lease helped the Red Army win in World War II

Beijing News 10 Oct 2022
Over 400 thousand cars, almost 19 thousand planes, around 20 thousand tanks, self-propelled and armored vehicles, 90 cargo ships, 105 antisubmarine warfare ships, 1,900 locomotives and 11 thousand train cars, as well as 4.5 tons of food - this is what the Soviet Union received as part of the American state lend-lease program.
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Betting on flexibility, China’s Nio will only rent cars in new EU markets

FX Empire 07 Oct 2022
BERLIN (Reuters) – Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio will only lease its cars when it launches in four European markets this year, its CEO told Reuters on Friday, betting that flexibility will be a key selling point as drivers switch to the new technology.
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Betting on flexibility, China's Nio will only rent cars in new EU markets

Reuters 07 Oct 2022
BERLIN, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Chinese electric vehicle maker Nio (9866.HK) will only lease its cars when it launches in four European markets this year, its CEO told Reuters on Friday, betting that flexibility will be a key selling point as drivers switch to the new technology.
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