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Germany suspended construction permit for Nord Stream 2

German environmentalists have protested the issuance of permission to continue construction of the Nord Stream 2 in German territorial waters....

Germany gave permission for the completion of Nord Stream 2 in January - May 2021

The German Federal Office for Shipping and Hydrography issued a permit for the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in German waters in...

Tenaris plans to convert to hydrogen its steel plant in Italy

Italy's Tenaris will work with Edison and Snam on green hydrogen at the Tenaris Dalmine S.P.A. steel mill...

British LIBERTY Steel restarts a metallurgical plant in Poland

The metallurgical company of British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta said that the Polish plant will strengthen LIBERTY Steel's position in the European...

Electric vehicle production in Germany is growing at astronomical numbers - DW

Every fourth new passenger car in Germany had an alternative engine in 2020. Of the electric models, the small class and SUVs were in greatest demand....

Turkey responds to EU with its own anti-dumping investigation of hot rolled steel supplies

This week the European Union imposed preliminary anti-dumping duties on Turkish hot rolled steel, which caused extreme resentment among Turkish...

ArcelorMittal increases prices for coiled steel again in the EU and immediately by 30 euros per ton

In Europe, the shortage of rolled steel continues to grow, according to market participants, some plants are accepting applications as early as...

Airbus aircraft sales exceed analysts' wildest forecasts for 2020

The French company delivered 566 aircraft to its customers in 2020, up from 768 aircraft in 2019. But no one thought there would be so many....

London state of emergency over threat of hospital overcrowding

The Mayor of London has declared an emergency in the British capital due to the threat of overcrowding in hospitals due to the coronavirus and a lack...

New EU duties on Turkish steel in Ankara called a political decision

The European Union has imposed tariffs on hot rolled steel sheets from Turkey since Friday as part of an ongoing anti-dumping investigation....

Construction of Nord Stream 2 in Danish waters to begin on January 15 - DEA

The Danish Energy Agency has received from Nord Stream 2 AG a new schedule for the pipeline in the exclusive economic zone of the kingdom, as a...

The European Commission introduced anti-dumping duties against Turkish rolled metal products

It was expected that the European Union will introduce temporary duties against Turkish rolled metal products in the second half of January, but the...

About 4,000 UK financial companies may go bankrupt due to coronavirus

The UK regulator has said that its task is not to prevent bankruptcy, but to ensure these processes so that bank depositors do not suffer....

French Carmat has confirmed the start of sales of an artificial heart at the beginning of the second quarter

The device will be used as a transitional stage in heart transplantation for patients with heart failure at the last stage of the disease....

Ferrexpo's Board of Directors is pleased to announce special interim dividends

The announced special interim dividends reflect the group's strong operating and financial results in 2020 and a strong balance sheet, Ferrexpo noted....

Shareholders approve merger of Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot

The merger was approved by 99.85% of PSA shareholders. The deal is expected to close by the end of March....

Iran's uranium enrichment up to 20% calls into question nuclear deal with Tehran - EU

A spokesman for the European Union said that Iran's transition to uranium enrichment up to 20% would be a "significant departure" from Tehran's...

Natural gas prices in Europe soar to two-year highs

The main drivers of price growth were the shortage of imported liquefied gas and low temperatures....

Azerbaijan announced the start of commercial gas supplies to Europe

Azerbaijan will supply more than 10 billion cubic meters of gas to Europe annually for 25 years....

From January 1, 98% of all Ukrainian goods will have free access to the UK market

The Free Trade Agreement will significantly improve the balance and structure of bilateral trade between Ukraine and the United Kingdom....

Ferrari's first crossover to begin production in 2022

Ferrari has been developing the Purosangue model, the name of which is translated from Italian as "purebred", for the past few years....

Russia has expanded sanctions against Germany

Should the FRG authorities continue the confrontational line, Russia reserves the right to take further response measures....

Mitsubishi Heavy to build largest zero-carbon steel plant

When launched next year, the Austrian Steel Test Center will operate on hydrogen....

BMW plans to make 20% of its cars electric by 2023

Tesla's success prompted all of the world's largest automakers to invest in electric vehicles, most of which were skeptical about the future of...

European Association of Automobile Manufacturers calls UK trade deal "big relief"

European automakers are associated with the British auto industry in mutual supplies worth about 70 billion euros....

Trade agreement between UK and European Union reached

All 27 countries of the European Union must now ratify the agreement with the UK....

Gazprom to continue building Nord Stream 2 in Danish territorial waters from 15 January

The Danish Maritime Agency announced the possibility of resuming work on the construction of Nord Stream 2 from January 15, 2021....

Finnish stainless steel maker Outokumpu to fire 650 people over coronavirus

The layoffs are part of the company’s program to improve EBITDA by € 200 million and bring the net debt to EBITDA ratio below 3.0x by the end of 2022....

British airline EasyJet abandons planned purchase of 22 Airbus aircraft

British airline EasyJet has agreed with Airbus to postpone the purchase of new aircraft in order not to go bankrupt until air travel in Europe is...

Poland will receive 56 billion euros for the transformation of coal regions

A compromise reached earlier this month unlocked funds, freeing up up to 56 billion euros for Poland's transition to green environmental policies...

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