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Industry questions value of bottle recycling scheme in UK
Glass bottles should not be included in the new cashback recycling scheme being introduced in Scotland and across the UK, waste and drinks industry experts have said.
Maritime industry seeks solutions to limit pollution
Shipowners say they are trying to cut their heavy-polluting industry's impact on the environment by using cleaner energy — but some have stalled over limiting the speed of ships.
Iran becoming self-sufficient in heavy tire industry: Minister
Iran’s minister of industry, mine and trade said the country is going to achieve self-sufficiency in the production of heavy tires.
Minister: Imports of industrial products to fall $10b by 2022
Iran plans to reduce imports of industrial goods by $10 billion by March 2022 through promoting domestic production of such products.
Saudi Arabia, world’s top arms importer, launches own military industry
Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s top arms importers, says it has launched a program to license firms seeking to participate in its own military industrial sector.
Euro area growth momentum slides as industry pain overwhelms
Economic activity in the euro area’s private sector weakened further as still-solid services couldn’t make up for rapidly deteriorating manufacturing.
Weak pound boosting UK tourism industry
The number of tourists visiting the UK from China has risen by almost a fifth this summer, the latest figures show.
Iran seeking massive expansion in mining industry: Official
Iran’s top man in the mining industry said the country is planning a significant increase in the exploration and production activities in the sector as the government seeks to reduce its dependence on oil incomes which have been affected by rounds of sanctions.
Industry and campaigners spar over South Africa's carbon tax
South Africa's new carbon tax has provoked a storm of criticism from environmental campaigners who say it is too weak — and from industry that predicts it will cause mass job losses.
Official calls for targeted investment in mining industry’s research sector
Great attention is required to be paid to attracting well-targeted and smart investments to tackle challenges faced by the research and technology sector in the domestic mining industry, said the head of Iran Minerals Processing Research Center (IMPRC).
CAO head: Domestic capabilities offset sanctions impacts on aviation industry
Domestic scientific, technical and training capabilities have helped reduce the negative impacts of unilateral US sanctions on the Iranian aviation industry and enabled it continue its development, said the head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization (CAO).
European industry shows signs of life as output beats estimates
Europe’s economy got a shot in the arm on Friday with a report showing the biggest jump in industrial production in four months.
China's new emission rules take scalpel to bloated auto industry
China debuts one of the world's strictest standards for automobile emissions on Monday to reduce the country's notorious air pollution, a move some say also is designed to curb the runaway expansion of its automaking sector.
Iran auto, defense industries mull tie-up to overcome sanctions
Iran’s auto industry has emerged as one of the frontlines in a raging “economic war” on the country which is lining up its Defense Ministry to protect the sector from US sanctions.

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