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Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Germany still has some way to go to 'smart factories': experts
Collaborative robots and intelligent machinery may have wowed the crowds at this year's Hannover Messe, but experts see German industry as having some way to go towards incorporating them on factory floors in what could become the fourth industrial revolution.
Dutch telecom group KPN said Monday it was selling its Belgian cellphone operator BASE to cable group Telenet for 1.325 billion euros (NT$44.20 billion; US$1.43 billion).
Monday, April 20, 2015
Londoners flee house prices, head for provinces
Expensive housing, an overloaded transport system and a lack of space are driving thousands of Londoners out of the hectic British capital to other, calmer cities such as Birmingham.
Cyprus's bailout agenda was back on track Saturday after parliament adopted a controversial and long-delayed foreclosure and insolvency package as demanded by the country's international lenders.
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Spanish official slams Greece, says time 'running out'
Spain's Economy Minister Luis de Guindos criticized Greece's left-wing government for its "not very coherent" approach to negotiations over its finances and economy.
Dubai's Emirates Airline on Friday awarded a record engines deal worth US$9.2 billion (8.5-billion-euro) to British aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
The UK has narrowly avoided a drop in consumer prices as the cost of filling up a car rose in March -- a development that's likely to ease concerns of a deflationary spiral that can hurt the economy as the UK prepares to head to the polls for a May national election.
Monday, April 13, 2015
Scrawled on the homes of the village of Megali Panagia in northern Greece are slogans emblematic of the deep rift caused in this society by a controversial Canadian gold mining project.
Friday, April 10, 2015
German industrial production increased only slightly in February, falling short of analysts' expectations and weighed down by a strong fall in the construction sector, data showed on Thursday.
The boards of France's Lafarge and Switzerland's Holcim have approved Eric Olsen for the role of chief executive officer once the firms merge, creating the world's biggest cement company, they announced on Thursday.
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