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Russian Rostec creates laser systems based on solar energy
14-03-2017, 19:18
Rostec, a Russian state corporation, has developed a project for the space-based energy and laser-optical systems for conversion of solar energy into laser radiation, Rambler News reports with the reference to the company’s message.
Great Wall invests $8.7 billion in production of electric and hybrid cars
14-03-2017, 18:50
Within the next 10 years, Great Wall, a Chinese car manufacturer, will invest 60 billion yuan ($8,67 billion) in the development of technology for machines operating with the use of new energy sources (new energy vehicles — electric cars, hybrids), the construction of production facilities for them, etc.
EuroChem to decide on plant construction in USA within two years
14-03-2017, 18:21
EuroChem, a leading global nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers producing company headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, will decide on the construction of a plant for the production of ammonia and urea in Louisiana, the USA, within the next two years, the company's CEO Dmitry Strezhnev told RNS.
French Minister calls on to be ready to lift sanctions against Russia
14-03-2017, 17:33
French farmers suffered significant losses from Russia imposing food embargo, however, businesses interaction in various areas continues, and the countries should prepare to return to the previous level of cooperation after the mutual sanctions are lifted, the Minister of Finance and Economy of France, Michel Sapin, told reporters.
How German company Fischer runs business in Russia
14-03-2017, 17:11
Stuttgart. Our special correspondent Alexey Nevsky. On March 13, in the village of Tumlingen near Stuttgart located in the German state of Baden-Württemberg, a meeting was held at the Fischer plant between the company’s management and Russian journalists, who arrived there within the framework of a press tour.

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