Germany takes a pioneering role in self-driving cars development

Germany takes a pioneering role in self-driving cars development

By Christy Gren - Sep 10, 2020

Germany to set into motion a groundbreaking law which would make it the first country in the world to permit driverless vehicles as regular options.

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Europe’s Food Quality Double Standards Lead to a series of Scandals

Europe’s Food Quality Double Standards Lead to a series of Scandals

By Anna Domanska - May 30, 2017

The selling of lower quality of food in some of the poor European countries has been a weighty topic for years. Recently, Bulgaria’s minister for agriculture, food and forestry,

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World’s First Hydrogen Powered Train to be Launched in Germany by 2017

World’s First Hydrogen Powered Train to be Launched in Germany by 2017

By Carrie Ann - Nov 04, 2016

Germany is all set to launch into service the world’s first hydrogen powered train in 2017. The train will be emission free which is considered a major breakthrough as a substitu

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New Amazon Flex Service will offer Speedy Deliveries

New Amazon Flex Service will offer Speedy Deliveries

By Anna Domanska - Sep 30, 2015

Online retail giant Amazon on Tuesday announced the launch of its new service called Amazon Flex that allows certain products to be delivered ultrafast to its Prime consumers. The

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EU Funded Project MyCopter set to Decongest Cities with Flying Cars

EU Funded Project MyCopter set to Decongest Cities with Flying Cars

By Richard Meryn - Jul 09, 2011

European Cities like Copenhagen have, in the past, been pioneers of green transportation initiatives like wide-scale pedestrianisation and “bike-to-work”. The world has now beg

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Antwerp-Chongqing Direct Rail Freight Link Launched

Antwerp-Chongqing Direct Rail Freight Link Launched

By Aubrey Chang - May 12, 2011

A 5-days-a-week direct rail freight service was launched on May 9th between the Port of Antwerp, Europe’s second-largest port, and Chongqing, the industrial hub located in China&

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Euro, European Markets fall on fears of Greece Ditching the Euro

Euro, European Markets fall on fears of Greece Ditching the Euro

By Tom Parker - May 10, 2011

The Euro and European Markets dropped to new lows amid fresh concerns over Greece’s persistent debt issues, related worries regarding an impending financial recession and specula

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Strabag

Strabag

By Anna Domanska - Mar 03, 2011

On its way to the top STRABAG is one of Europe’s leading construction groups. With approximately 75,500 employees, STRABAG posted an output volume of around € 13.0 billion in 2

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