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Eurozone industrial production falls more than expected in December
Eurozone industrial production fell more than expected in December, official estimates showed on Wednesday, pulled down by a drop in the output of capital goods, used for investment.
China's industrial profits shrink again in December on weak prices, demand
Earnings at China’s industrial firms shrank for a second straight month in December, putting pressure on policymakers to support industries hurt by slowing prices and weak factory activity amid a protracted US-Sino trade war.
Industrial orders fall in latest sign of German economic slowdown
Trade frictions, risks linked to Britain’s possible departure from the European Union this year without a deal and weaker growth in emerging markets are putting the brakes on a nine-year upswing in Europe’s economic powerhouse.
German industrial workers stage third day of strike
Industrial workers in Germany started a third day of 24-hour strikes over pay and working hours on Friday, downing their tools at companies, including carmakers Mercedes-Benz and Porsche and airplane maker Airbus.
‘Iran’s industrial design counts grew fastest in 2016’
The United Nations has named Iran as a country that had the fastest growth in industrial design counts worldwide in 2016.
Fourth industrial revolution
By Amir Ali Ramdani*
Industrial action in UK harms education
Northern Ireland's top education official has accused teachers of harming children's education by taking industrial action.
German industrial output down in Dec.
Official figures show that Germany’s industrial production dropped in December with capital goods suffering the worst fall among other sectors of Europe’s largest economy.
UK industrial output falls unexpectedly in September
Britain’s industrial sector shrank unexpectedly in September as North Sea oil shutdowns dragged output lower, weighing on the broader economy in the third quarter.
South Korea’s industrial production drops more than expected
South Korea’s factory output fell more than expected in August from a month earlier as a strike by auto workers and fewer work days due to the holiday season reduced production.
Russian industrial giant seals deal with Iran
Russia’s Technopromexport has become the country’s first enterprise to win a major industrial deal from Iran after the removal of the sanctions against the country.
US military industrial complex drives its foreign policy: Analyst
America's massive military aid to Israel is indicative of the kind of influence the US military industrial complex has on Washington's foreign policy, says a former US intelligence linguist.
Eurozone industrial production up by 1.1%
The eurozone's seasonally-adjusted industrial production in April rose by 1.1 percent on a monthly basis, Eurosat said.
Industrial action threat over UK academies
UK head teachers have threatened industrial action over plans to make all state schools in England academies, after heckling Education Secretary Nicky Morgan at their conference.

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