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Fitch keeps Philippines' investment grade rating2017-03-30
Fitch Ratings on Wednesday affirmed the Philippines' investment grade sovereign credit rating at BBB-, as well as a positive outlook on the rating.
Sudan says faces low production in oil industry2017-03-30
Sudan's oil industry is facing difficulties relating low production and depletion of a number of current oil wells and fields, Sudan's Minister of Petroleum and Gas Mohamed Zayed Awad said on Wednesday.
German pharmaceutics trader opens regional hub in Serbia2017-03-29
German pharmaceutical trader Phoenix Group on Tuesday opened a regional distribution center for West Balkans in the industrial zone in Simanovci, near the Serbian capital Belgrade.
Japanese Isuzu eyes 30 pct market share in Laos, Cambodia2017-03-29
Japanese Isuzu has an ambitious plan to increase its market share to 30 percent both in Laos and Cambodia over the years to come using success-proven marketing technique of Tri Petch Isuzu Sales, a partnership between Mitsubishi Corporation and Isuzu Motors (Japan), Lao News Agency (KPL) reported on Tuesday.
France's PSA tests self-driving cars for non-expert drivers2017-03-29
French car manufacturer PSA started on Tuesday to test autonomous vehicles with non-professional drivers behind the wheels, the first such driving test on the country's open highways, the group said in a statement.
New investments in automotive production to boost Slovak economy2017-03-29
The starting of production of the Jaguar Land Rover Plant in 2018 will significantly boost the Slovak economy, according to the latest medium-term estimation released by the Slovak Central Bank (NBS) on Tuesday.
German exports to Britain fall2017-03-29
The impact of Brexit on German exports to Britain has been considerable, according to a latest report from the Cologne Institute for Economic Research (IW Koeln), a private economic research body in Germany.
Brexit to "seriously harm" German companies: survey2017-03-29
Brexit will "seriously harm" German companies' trade with Britain, according to results of a survey announced by the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK).
Slovenian economy to grow 3 pct: IMF2017-03-29
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its 2017 forecast for Slovenia's economic growth, from 1.8 percent projected last fall to 3 percent.
U.S. investor confidence hit new record since 2000: poll2017-03-27
U.S. investor optimism about the nation's investing climate jumped markedly in the first quarter to hit a new record since 2000, found a latest Gallup poll.
Former Volkswagen chairman mulls sale of controlling stake2017-03-24
Former Volkswagen Group chairman Ferdinand Piech, owner of 14.7 percent of the voting shares in Porsche SE, is said to be discussing sale of his stake, local media reported on Thursday.
Finland's 2nd largest telecom operator changes name from Sonera to Telia2017-03-24
The name of Finland's second largest telecom operator Sonera was changed to Telia on Thursday, Finnish national broadcaster Yle reported.
S.Korea to inject 2.6 bln USD in public funds into Daewoo Shipbuilding2017-03-24
The South Korean government decided Thursday to inject 2.9 trillion won (2.6 billion U.S. dollars) in public funds into Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, one of three major South Korean shipbuilders.
Ireland's growth to remain strong in 2017, 2018: think tank2017-03-24
The growth outlook for the Irish economy remains optimistic for 2016 and 2017 with growth forecasts of 3.8 and 3.6 percent respectively, according to a notable think tank in the country on Thursday.
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