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Airbus Group reported net profit up 50 percent to EUR 1.14 billion in H1’14

Airbus Group reported net profit up 50 percent to EUR 1.14 billion in H1’14

Airbus Group reported its net profit for the first half of 2014 increased by 50 percent to EUR 1.14 billion, the company reports. Group revenues increased six percent to EUR 27.2 billion (H1 2013: EUR 25.7 billion), driven by Airbus Commercial Aircraft and Airbus Helicopters with flat revenues at Airbus Defence and Space. Airbus’ revenues […]

Chile prosecutor seek to fine 6 carriers by USD 75 million

Chile’s competition watchdog is asking a court to issue USD 75 million in fines as it accused six car carrier operators of forming a customer-allocating cartel, TradeWInds reports. The National Economic Prosecutor’s office (FNE) filed charges in the country’s Free Trade Defence Tribunal (TDLC) against Chile’s Compania Sud Americana de Vapores (CSAV), Compania Chilena de […]

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Finmeccanica shortlists two for assets – CEO

Italy’s Finmeccanica has shortlisted two bidders for the transport assets it has put up for sale to cut debt and focus on its core aerospace and defence businesses, CEO Mauro Moretti said on Wednesday on the sidelines of an event in Rome. Moretti said Finmaccanica will pick the winning bidder by the end of October, […]

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SOZHT proposes to allow private security companies escort cargoes by rail transportation

SOZHT – union of Russian rail operators and rolling stock owners – appealed to the Ministry of Transport with a proposal to allow private security companies to escort cargoes by rail transportation. Presently security services are provided by the Ministry of Transport security service – FGP Departmental Security on railway transport of the Russian Federation. […]

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Exports of military-industrial complex Croatia in 2014 reached a record level

The value of military exports to Croatia last year exceeded 220 million US dollars, which is 10% higher than a year earlier – 195 million dollars. With three quarters of all goods produced two leading Croatian company HS Product and Estan-Busch. The main buyer of weapons and military equipment from both companies is the United […]

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Appear Russian military railway missile system “Barguzin”

In Russia will begin to create military railway missile system “Barguzin”. On it informs commander of the strategic Rocket forces (RVSN), Colonel General Sergei Karakaev. “Creation of new rail-mobile missile system is planned in accordance with the instructions of the President of Russia. He developed exclusively by domestic enterprises of the military-industrial complex, embodying the […]

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CIA in focus of a new scandal

Administration CIA has declassified document from which it follows that Washington knew about the innocence of Iraq to 9/11 attacks. The administration of George W. Bush misinformed American public and Congress, when was accused Iraq of having links with the terrorist attacks of September 11. This was stated by Senator Carl Levin, head of the […]

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For 4 years Utah police killed more people than bandits and drug dealers

Last four years, 15% of all homicides in Utah were committed by the police, reports The Indepdent. Since 2010, the police killed up to 45 people. Statistics says that bandits and drug dealers pose less danger to the public than police. It is reported that statistics were obtained during a study of 300 cases of […]

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The Defence Ministry of Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) does not exclude that Ukrainian military may stage provocations to disrupt the November 2 LPR People’s Council elections and LPR head elections, LPR Deputy Defence Minister for personnel affairs Vitaly Kiselev told on Sunday. We do not rule out provocative actions. They aim to hold their early […]

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Islamic State chemical weapons’ for UN Security Council agenda

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has approved a suggestion from German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier that the Security Council debates whether Islamic State militants have used chemical weapons, a German government source said on Friday. No proof has been found that the terrorist organisation has used the weapons. But witnesses from the Syrian city […]

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