Showing 30 results for 'Industry'
Articles (x) Videos (x)
Saudia Arabia has softened its stance on Iran pumping more oil, but an OPEC deal to freeze output remains elusive.
More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.
The world’s biggest nickel producer has admitted that one of its plants was responsible for a river in the Russian Arctic turning red.
A collection of stories of Ukrainians who have started inspiring social and business projects in the eastern Donbas region, in the hope that development will help bring peace to a land now in its thir
LEGO is blaming a lack of production capacity for a decline in revenue growth and profits in the first half of the year, addressing that with big investment plans.
A freeze of oil output by major producers is looking more likely as Saudi Arabia signals a change in approach ahead of an OPEC meeting in Algeria later this month.
German factory orders unexpectedly fell in June as demand from eurozone countries plunged by 8.5 percent compared to May.
Economic activity in the eurozone fell less than expected in July, but was still at its lowest since the start of 2015. The Brexit effect was not as bad as economists had feared.
There was an unexpected fall in exports from Germany in May and imports barely rose, further indicators of slowing growth in Europe's largest economy.
Tourism jobs boosted the number of people in work in Spain in June. The total of registered unemployed fell to its lowest level since September 2009.
Probably no one could argue that a circular economy is what we need in the future.
Oil prices have hit their highest in 10 months due to a fall in stockpiles in the United States and supply disruptions in Canada, Nigeria, Venezuela and Libya.
Brazil's economy shrank for the fifth straight quarter between January and March. Agriculture, industry and services all declined amid a political crisis and sweeping bribery scandal.
Eurozone factory activity remained stagnant in May despite more price cuts. German production hit a four-month high, French manufacturing activity contracted again.
German industrial output was down by 1.3 percent in March but still strong for the period from January to March.
German industrial orders rose more than expected in March with a strong jump in demand from countries beyond the eurozone.
Medical equipment and technology firm Philips says it will sell a stake of at least 25 percent of its lighting division in an initial public offering of shares.
Mitsubishi Motors says orders for its cars in Japan have halved since it announced last week that it cheated on fuel economy tests.
BP has said it could reduce its capital spending further after reporting an 80 percent drop in profits in the first three months of the year.
US auto safety authorities have asked Mitsubishi for more information after it admitted falsifying mileage data for 635,000 cars sold in Japan.
The British government has said it could take a stake of up to 25 percent in Tata's UK steel plants as part of a financial package to support a potential buyer.
The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has begun a two-day trip to Iran, the highest-ranking European leader to visit since world powers stuck a
UK growth looks set to slide according to the British Chamber of Commerce.
German industrial orders slipped in January by 0.1 percent from the previous month. A spike in orders from eurozone countries cushioned a drop in demand from domestic customers.
China reportedly plans to lay off millions more workers at so-called 'zombie' companies to cut industrial overcapacity and pollution, according to sources close to the Beijing leadership.
Increased sales of Barbie dolls and rising demand for its Hot Wheels toys meant Mattel reported a surprise increase in quarterly net sales.
As world economies struggle with global growth challenges, the Davos forum is a chance to share ideas and solutions. Amid plunging oil prices