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'Handelsblatt' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Germany Considering Ways to Exclude Huawei From 5G Auction: Report

    Germany Considering Ways to Exclude Huawei From 5G Auction: Report

    Handelsblatt, citing government sources, said officials were discussing setting security standards that Huawei could not achieve, effectively blocking its participation.

  • Volkswagen Looks At Converting Its Emden Plant To Build Electric Cars

    Volkswagen Looks At Converting Its Emden Plant To Build Electric Cars

    Volkswagen will consider plans to convert its factories in Emden, and Hannover, Germany to build electric cars during a strategy review on November 16, German daily Handelsblatt said. The carmaker is preparing to ramp up sales of electric cars as it struggles to make its combustion-engined vehicles comply with more stringent emissions rules introdu...

  • European Union Says No Plans For Electric Cars Quotas

    European Union Says No Plans For Electric Cars Quotas

    The Commission is looking into ways to promote use of low carbon energy and transport, but none of them includes quotas for electric cars

  • Goldman CEO Says Still Unclear On Brexit Relocation Plans: Report

    Goldman CEO Says Still Unclear On Brexit Relocation Plans: Report

    On Wednesday, German newspaper Handelsblatt said the bank is considering moving 1,000 jobs to Frankfurt to deal with Britain's exit from the European Union.

  • Volkswagen All Set To Cut 30,000 Jobs By 2020

    Volkswagen All Set To Cut 30,000 Jobs By 2020

    Volkswagen intends to cut 30,000 jobs by 2020 as part of a huge savings plan aimed at helping the German auto giant recover from the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal, a German newspaper reported on Friday. The plan, which has been agreed with labour representatives after months of tortuous negotiations, will lead to annual savings of 3.7 billi...

  • Global Growth Will be Disappointing in 2016, Says Lagarde

    Global Growth Will be Disappointing in 2016, Says Lagarde

    Global economic growth will be "disappointing" next year, the head of the International Monetary Fund said in a guest article for German newspaper Handelsblatt published on Wednesday.

  • As Volkswagen Seeks Savings, Component Suppliers Brace for Cuts

    As Volkswagen Seeks Savings, Component Suppliers Brace for Cuts

    As Volkswagen struggles with its biggest ever crisis over the global pollution cheating scandal, its car parts suppliers in Germany are bracing for deep cuts.

  • Majority of Germans Opposed to Third Bailout for Greece: Poll

    Majority of Germans Opposed to Third Bailout for Greece: Poll

    More than half of Germans are opposed to a planned third bailout for Greece and the vast majority do not believe the Greek government will implement economic reforms, a survey by Forsa for newspaper Handelsblatt showed.

  • Airbus Says A400M to Fly at Paris Airshow

    Airbus Says A400M to Fly at Paris Airshow

    Airbus said today its A400M would take part in the flying display at the Paris airshow next week, just over a month after one of the planes fatally crashed in Spain after a massive engine failure.

  • Airbus Admits 'Assembly Quality Problem' After A400M Crash

    Airbus Admits 'Assembly Quality Problem' After  A400M  Crash

    Analysis of the flight recorders of the A400M which crashed in Spain on May 9, killing four, indicated there were no structural faults but assembly quality problems, a senior Airbus executive said in a newspaper interview to appear on Friday.

  • German Brothers to Make Billions from Rocket Internet Empire

    German Brothers to Make Billions from Rocket Internet Empire

    The sons of a lawyer who encouraged them to read Germany's Handelsblatt finance daily, the Samwer brothers decided as teenagers to go into business together.

'Handelsblatt' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Germany Considering Ways to Exclude Huawei From 5G Auction: Report

    Germany Considering Ways to Exclude Huawei From 5G Auction: Report

    Handelsblatt, citing government sources, said officials were discussing setting security standards that Huawei could not achieve, effectively blocking its participation.

  • Volkswagen Looks At Converting Its Emden Plant To Build Electric Cars

    Volkswagen Looks At Converting Its Emden Plant To Build Electric Cars

    Volkswagen will consider plans to convert its factories in Emden, and Hannover, Germany to build electric cars during a strategy review on November 16, German daily Handelsblatt said. The carmaker is preparing to ramp up sales of electric cars as it struggles to make its combustion-engined vehicles comply with more stringent emissions rules introdu...

  • European Union Says No Plans For Electric Cars Quotas

    European Union Says No Plans For Electric Cars Quotas

    The Commission is looking into ways to promote use of low carbon energy and transport, but none of them includes quotas for electric cars

  • Goldman CEO Says Still Unclear On Brexit Relocation Plans: Report

    Goldman CEO Says Still Unclear On Brexit Relocation Plans: Report

    On Wednesday, German newspaper Handelsblatt said the bank is considering moving 1,000 jobs to Frankfurt to deal with Britain's exit from the European Union.

  • Volkswagen All Set To Cut 30,000 Jobs By 2020

    Volkswagen All Set To Cut 30,000 Jobs By 2020

    Volkswagen intends to cut 30,000 jobs by 2020 as part of a huge savings plan aimed at helping the German auto giant recover from the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal, a German newspaper reported on Friday. The plan, which has been agreed with labour representatives after months of tortuous negotiations, will lead to annual savings of 3.7 billi...

  • Global Growth Will be Disappointing in 2016, Says Lagarde

    Global Growth Will be Disappointing in 2016, Says Lagarde

    Global economic growth will be "disappointing" next year, the head of the International Monetary Fund said in a guest article for German newspaper Handelsblatt published on Wednesday.

  • As Volkswagen Seeks Savings, Component Suppliers Brace for Cuts

    As Volkswagen Seeks Savings, Component Suppliers Brace for Cuts

    As Volkswagen struggles with its biggest ever crisis over the global pollution cheating scandal, its car parts suppliers in Germany are bracing for deep cuts.

  • Majority of Germans Opposed to Third Bailout for Greece: Poll

    Majority of Germans Opposed to Third Bailout for Greece: Poll

    More than half of Germans are opposed to a planned third bailout for Greece and the vast majority do not believe the Greek government will implement economic reforms, a survey by Forsa for newspaper Handelsblatt showed.

  • Airbus Says A400M to Fly at Paris Airshow

    Airbus Says A400M to Fly at Paris Airshow

    Airbus said today its A400M would take part in the flying display at the Paris airshow next week, just over a month after one of the planes fatally crashed in Spain after a massive engine failure.

  • Airbus Admits 'Assembly Quality Problem' After A400M Crash

    Airbus Admits 'Assembly Quality Problem' After  A400M  Crash

    Analysis of the flight recorders of the A400M which crashed in Spain on May 9, killing four, indicated there were no structural faults but assembly quality problems, a senior Airbus executive said in a newspaper interview to appear on Friday.

  • German Brothers to Make Billions from Rocket Internet Empire

    German Brothers to Make Billions from Rocket Internet Empire

    The sons of a lawyer who encouraged them to read Germany's Handelsblatt finance daily, the Samwer brothers decided as teenagers to go into business together.

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