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June 3, 2015Germany has scored top in Europe and third worldwide in Ernst & Young's (EY) 2015 European Attractiveness Survey. Only China and the United States placed higher in the global...
June 2, 2015The European Parliament’s committee on industry, research, and energy, in a draft opinion, has called on the parliament’s environment, public health, and food safety...
June 2, 2015The World Bank has invited Germany to join its "Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition," a new initiative for the development and introduction of an effective global price for...
June 2, 2015Members of the European Parliament’s international committee on trade (INTA) have approved a series of draft recommendations to the European Commission’s negotiators on the...
June 1, 2015Six major oil and gas companies have called on governments and on the United Nations framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC) to introduce pricing systems for carbon, where they...
June 1, 2015The environment committee of the European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor of a reform of the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS). The text negotiated...
June 1, 2015Recipharm (Jordbro, Sweden), a contract development and manufacturing organization that produces pharmaceuticals and active pharmaceutical ingredients, says it has appointed...
May 29, 2015Sabic has undergone a raft of changes recently. Chief among them are a reshuffle of the company’s top management, a reorganization of strategic business units (SBUs), and reduced profitability caused by cheaper oil, which dragged down petrochemical prices. Sabic, together with other Mideast petrochemical players, continues to face feedstock shortages for new domestic upstream investments. Consequently, it is looking to widen its downstream portfolio in Saudi Arabia and expand overseas....
May 29, 2015Perstorp has officially opened its Valerox plant, a state-of-the-art oxo alcohols production unit at Stenungsund, Sweden....
May 28, 2015The majority of biotechnology companies in Germany expect an improvement in business during the second half of this year, according to the latest survey conducted by the German...