SAAR celebrates its 85 years of history

SAAR celebrates its 85 years of history

Genova - Last monday in Genoa (Palazzo San Giorgio),SAAR Depositi Portuali celebrated 85 years of history. The anniversary was celebrated with the presentation of a book that runs through the company’s history, from the 1930s to the present

Head of UK’s anti-Brexit party appeals for help to stop EU exit
Portugal’s bond yield plays catch up with Southern European peers
China expresses concern over EU push to curb foreign takeovers
Euro crisis over, Portugal’s return to investment grade sends bond yields sliding

North Africa

Egypt exports seen up 10 percent for year, China fastest growing investor
Egypt cuts transit fees through Suez Canal by half
East Libyan elite forces snub ICC over warrant for commander
Anti-migrant ship in trouble refuses help from NGO
Egypt train crash kills 36, injures more than 100

Middle East

Saudi Aramco could disclose accounts early 2018
US fears hamper Iran’s animal feed imports
Iran ready for free trade with regional countries
Afghanistan seeks speedy development of Iranian port
Russia to give €1.2bn to Iran for power plant project

Black Sea

At least 18 dead as Russian bus falls into sea

At least 18 dead as Russian bus falls into sea

Moscow - Russian authorities say at least 18 people are dead after a bus packedwith construction workers fell into the sea in a southern region near Crimea. The federal Investigative Committee said the accident occurred at about 8 a.m. on August 25 as the bus was carrying workers after a shift building a pier

ASRV keel laying at Damen Galati

ASRV keel laying at Damen Galati

Galati - Construction of the DAMEN Antarctic Supply Research Vessel (ASRV) has taken an important step forward with an official keel laying ceremony, the company said. Following the long-established maritime tradition of placing a coin under the vessel’s keel, the ceremony was carried out by Nick Gales

Russia-Indonesia trade turnover up 14% in 2017
Russian Eurobonds: foreign investors took 85%
Russia sees no big surge in arms sales

Russia sees no big surge in arms sales

Paris - The Russian weapons industry remains competitive on a global scale despite Western sanctions, but the cyclical nature of the business and budget constraints are dampening prospects for a big surge in global arms sales, Russia’s top arms trade official said on Tuesday