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Lufthansa CEO eyes airline mergers in Europe

German airline Lufthansa wants to take part in much-needed industry consolidation in Europe so carriers can compete better with US and Asian rivals, chief executive Carsten Spohr said on Thursday. Spohr told an annual shareholders

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NavLink inks key EMEA telco services deal

NavLink, a key provider of managed information communication technology (ICT), has partnered with a leading cloud backup and recovery software provider Asigra to deliver backup-as-a-service to telcos and enterprises in Europe, Middle East and Af

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EU hospitality group Louvre to open 11 new hotels in Mena

Cementing its position as a major player in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) hospitality market, Louvre Hotels Group, one of the largest hospitality groups in the world, has announced plans to open 11 new hotels in the region this year, i

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Six more Intertek labs approved to certify Gulf mark

Intertek, a leading quality solutions provider to industries around the world, has announced that its six  more labs have been notified to test and certify low-voltage electrical products for the Gulf mark (G mark) scheme. &n

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Microtechnology industry keen to invest and innovate

The microtechnology industry is keen to increase funding and innovation, despite low levels of investment in Europe, said a recent report. More than a third of all European microtechnology companies intend to increase investments and in

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Iran's oil storage struggle holds back exports to Europe

Iranian oil flows to Europe have begun to pick up from a slow start after sanctions were lifted in January, but trading sources said a lack of access to storage part-owned by Tehran's Gulf Arab rivals now looms large on a list of obstacles

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Iranian businesses frustrated by US sanctions

More than two months after international nuclear sanctions on Iran were supposed to have ended, frustration is deepening that few trade deals are going through as foreign banks shy away from processing transactions with the country.

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Shaky EU-Turkey deal faces tough reality checks

A deal between the European Union and Turkey meant to curb the flow of migrants into Europe in return for financial and political rewards could unravel within months because neither side looks able to deliver on its commitments. T

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Turkey detains 1,700 migrants trying to cross Aegean

Turkish authorities detained 1,700 migrants trying to reach the Greek island of Lesbos on Friday, in a major operation involving coastguard ships and helicopters, as European leaders clinched an agreement with Ankara aimed at halting illegal mig

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EMEA investors 'to boost real estate spending in 2016'

Almost half (48 per cent) of all real estate investors across the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region expect to increase their purchasing activity in 2016 compared with just 15 per cent who expect to be less active buyers, according to

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