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French car maker Renault reports major revenue loss after leaving Iran's market
French car maker Renault has announced a 4.8-percent drop in its first-quarter revenues following the company’s withdrawal from Iran's lucrative market in 2018.
Korean company planning Bylong Valley mine dismisses climate threat
The company behind a proposed coalmine in the Bylong Valley in New South Wales (NSW) claimed the project will make a ‘negligible contribution’ to global climate change, in a fresh submission responding to the historic Rocky Hill judgment.
Robotics company UiPath eyes headcount over 1,000 people in India
Robotics process automation (RPA) solutions firm UiPath aims to ramp up hiring in India this year to take its headcount to over 1,000 people in the country by the end of the year as it expands its operations in the country.
Musk’s rocket company to cut 10% of workforce
Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX will reduce its workforce by about 10 percent of the company’s more than 6,000 employees, it said on Friday.
Russia's S7 Space company starts implementation of orbital cosmodrome project
The Russian private company S7 Space (the operator of the Sea Launch floating spaceport) is embarking on the implementation of the project to create an orbital spaceport.
British company launches eco-friendly vehicles
Absolutely – one of the UK’s longest-established courier companies, has added to their fleet with the launch of new electric cargo vehicles.
First English trailer for 'Everybody Knows' released
Focus Features film company released the first English trailer for 'Everybody Knows', Asghar Farhadi's follow-up to his Oscar winner 'The Salesman'.
California Company gets FCC approval for at-a-distance device charging
Energous, a San Jose company in California, is the first firm to receive federal approval for a wireless charging system purported to power devices from up to three feet away.
Spain’s anti-corruption chief resigns over offshore company shares
Spain’s anti-corruption prosecutor Manuel Moix has resigned amid criticism that he owned shares in an offshore company.
Croatia adopts law to protect from big company failures
Croatia's parliament adopted an emergency law to protect the economy from large company failures after the country's biggest private-owned firm accumulated huge debts.
Israeli-owned oil company ordered to pay Iran $1.2 billion after losing appeal
An Israeli-owned oil company has been ordered by an arbitration court in Switzerland to pay Iran USD 1.2 billion in revenues for oil supplied to Israel before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
President attends anniversary ceremony of Iran gas company
President Hassan Rouhani took part Monday in a ceremony on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of foundation of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).
Norwegian company closes in on $600m Iran gas joint venture
Ludvigsen: European banks ready to finance project

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