Citroen’s C4 Cactus is more than just another compact car. It’s a manifesto on wheels for the brand’s move down.
8211; France chose General Electric to form an alliance with Alstom on Friday, rejecting an offer from Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, but said the deal still needed some work and added the…
FRANKFURT, (Reuters) – European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said large-scale asset purchases are part of the central bank’s toolkit, but for now it would focus on its latest set of stimulus measures. Draghi told…
Ukraine must take brave measures to transform an economy hooked on cheap Russian gas, huge state spending and corruption into an investment destination able to bolster a weak state, an economic adviser to the government said.
Japan should be cut out of Pacific trade talks if it will not open its markets to more farm imports, New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said, urging the Obama administration to hold firm.
8212; British energy giant BP will sign a long-term deal with Chinese state-owned peer CNOOC in London on Tuesday to supply China with liquefied natural gas, BP chief executive Bob Dudley said. …
Taiwan’s Acer Inc on Wednesday said it has appointed co-founder and board member George Huang as new chairman, tasked with overseeing the recovery of the PC maker’s near-dominant position in a shrinking industry.
8212; A Japanese cabinet minister apologised on Tuesday after appearing to suggest people in nuclear disaster-hit Fukushima could be persuaded to put up with contaminated waste if the government threw cash at them.…
Airbus’s chief executive said that if Britain voted to leave the European Union that would not be a reason for the European planemaker to quit the country where it employs 10,000 people.
Electric carmaker Tesla announced it was giving up its patents to “the open source movement,” to help spur electric vehicle technology.
Growth in China’s industrial output and retail sales accelerated in May, with consumption increasing at its fastest pace since December, official data showed Friday, in signs of renewed strength in the world’s second-largest economy.
Cars could be driving themselves down the world’s streets far sooner than expected, thanks to a change in a global treaty backed by European countries.
Uruguay striker Luis Suarez said on Monday he felt “100 percent” recovered from knee treatment and was ready to face England in Thursday’s Group D showdown in Sao Paulo if called upon.
8211; British energy giant BP will sign a long-term deal with Chinese state-owned peer CNOOC in London on Tuesday to supply China with liquefied natural gas, BP chief executive Bob Dudley said. …
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After failing to pay its gas bill, Ukraine now has to pay in advance for any natural gas from Russia, Gazprom said on Monday. Both companies have filed lawsuits against each other at the Stockholm Arbitration Court.
Bank of Japan (BOJ) Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has a simple message for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe: It’s time to fire the ‘third arrow’ of reform or risk squandering the efforts of the past 18 months to revive the Japanese economy.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday opened a Group of 77 plus China summit in Bolivia, with developing countries calling for a more fair new world economic order.
The use of carbon markets to curb rising greenhouse gas emissions was dealt a blow on Sunday after two weeks of United Nations talks on designing and reforming the mechanisms ended in deadlock.
British satellite broadcaster BSkyB is being advised by Morgan Stanley and Barclays on plans to create a pan.
Mahmud hauls bags full of rubbish to the small, dilapidated clinic next to a busy road on Indonesia’s main island of Java several times a month.
Hedge fund bets against selected European stocks are making a comeback, as investors pick apart a multi.
France expects General Electric to boost its bid for Alstom’s power unit in response to a potential joint offer from Siemens and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Sunday.
French-based Carrefour said Thursday it was suspending purchases from Charoen Pokphand (CP) Foods, after The Guardian accused the company of using slave labour and of inhumane working conditions.
The US-owned Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore has announced it will stop serving shark fin at its restaurants, the latest boycott of the contentious delicacy welcomed Thursday by animal rights activists.
Asia’s biggest budget carrier AirAsia is set to make its maiden flight in India Thursday, fuelling a cut-throat fare war in a sector already reeling from losses.