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L&T Construction secures multiple orders for its buildings and factories business

Engineering and construction conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) on Monday said that its construction arm has bagged multiple orders from prestigious clients across varied states in India. “The buildings and factories business has secured an order from Jharkhand State Building Construction Corporation Limited for the construction of two 500-bed hospitals at Jamshedpur and Dumka respectively,” L&T said in… Read More »

Apple Orders 3-4 Million OLED, 20 Million LCD iPhone Displays From LG: Report

Reports of Apple looking for other suppliers for OLED display panels have been doing the rounds a lot recently. A fresh report reiterates that Apple has roped in LG this time to produce OLED panels for this year’s iPhone model, in order to reduce its dependency on Samsung. LG will produce 3 to 4 million OLED displays, and around 20 million LCD displays for Apple… Read More »

Euro zone manufacturing surges in May as new orders mount up

Manufacturing across the euro zone grew at the fastest rate in more than six years during May, increasing activity as price increases failed to slow their new orders, a survey showed on Thursday. Signs the bloc’s economy is enjoying a stable and broad-based recovery, alongside inflationary pressures, will be welcomed by policymakers at the European Central Bank. IHS… Read More »

The Latest: Greece Orders Financial Probe of Refugee NGO

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — The Latest on Europe’s response to the large numbers of migrants and refugees trying to reach the continent (all times local): Greek judicial authorities have ordered an investigation into allegations that staff at a European Union-funded NGO sexually exploited refugees and misused money intended for their welfare. Immigration Minister Ioannis Mouzalas on Monday handed… Read More »

Japan November machinery orders seen falling on U.S. policy uncertainty

A Reuters poll on Friday found Japan’s machinery orders were expected to fall in November, the first decline in two months, suggesting firms remain cautious about capital spending. Core machinery orders, a highly volatile data series regarded as a leading indicator of capital spending, were expected to have slipped 1.7 percent in November following a 4.1 percent rise… Read More »

Iraq PM orders removal of British-made fake bomb detectors

For the past nine years, Iraq’s security forces have tried to stop car bombs with a British-made bomb detector wand that was long ago proven to be fake. A day after a car bomb killed at least 157 people in central Baghdad, the country’s prime minister, Haidar al-Abadi, has demanded their withdrawal. After the single deadliest attack in… Read More »

Regulator orders drugmaker Valeant management to cease trading

Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc’s (VRX.TO) directors and key officers have received a cease-trade order by the securities regulator in the Canadian province of Quebec, on the company’s request, Valeant said on Thursday. In a separate statement, the Autorité Des Marches Financiers (AMF) said the order against trading shares takes effect Thursday and is in place for 15 days. Included… Read More »