In 2010 a collapse at a copper mine in Chile trapped 33 miners underground for two months. But the Swedish firm Ericsson are exploring technology, which might one day mean mining can be carried out without anybody underground.
Russian automotive giant AvtoVAZ has revealed the production versions of its new Lada Vesta SW station wagon and its sporty cousin – the Lada Vesta SW Cross. Taken together with the release of the Lada Xray Exclusive crossover last week, AvtoVAZ's Lada Vesta brand looks set on consolidating its positions at home, while gaining new markets abroad.
Russia has cut oil production fulfilling its obligations under the Vienna deal.
According to Rosatom's First Deputy Director, cooperation between Moscow and Brussels in the nuclear sector was very beneficial for both sides.
According to reports, 24 countries have already confirmed their attendance of Russia's Eastern Economic Forum.
Japanese lawmakers agreed on Tuesday to initiate a naval operation to seize contents from any and all ships that might be used for Pyongyang’s missile development program.
In a move that only a copyright lawyer could love, a hotel in Toronto will pay millions of dollars just to be able to erase its association with the brand of Donald Trump.
Russian arms manufacturer Kalashnikov Concern's order portfolio has grown sixfold in comparison with the period before the anti-Russian sanctions, Rostec Corporation CEO Sergey Chemezov said Tuesday.
The IMF lowered its outlook on US economic prospects because the current US growth model is broken, and the Trump administration is taking too long to mend it.
The world's oldest cash machine was 50 years old on Tuesday (June 27) and despite technological advances ATMs are as popular as ever. Barclays Bank unveiled the first hole-in-the-wall machine at their branch in Enfield, north London on June 27, 1967.
Risks brewing in China and other emerging markets risk triggering a new global financial crisis, according to a report by an influential group of central bankers.
The European Commission (EC) has fined Google US$2.7 billion for manipulating search results in a landmark case that follows a seven-year investigation into the tech giant's shopping comparison service.
The US Senate's recent vote to impose new sanctions against Russia could potentially disrupt collaboration between Russian and European firms in the energy industry. Shortly after the vote, the German Foreign Minister and Austrian Chancellor warned that the US may be using new sanctions against Russia to further its own economic interests.
Brussels has delayed until autumn its decision on issuing a mandate to the European Commission for the talks on Nord Stream 2. According to analyst Vladimir Rozhankovskiy, the move is related to the possible US sanctions over the project.
Russia will try to attract investment from South Korea in the amount of $3 billion during the upcoming meeting of the bilateral government committee, Deputy Minister for Development of Russian Far East Alexander Krutikov said Tuesday.
Included in the many artful prognostications on whether zillionaire and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is intending to run for the US presidency, a new theory has arisen, and it doesn't involve aliens.
In a move that all but shouts the volatility facing Tokyo investment in a post-Brexit UK, Japan is said to be initiating informal talks prior to London’s split from the European Union.
Russian Rosneft oil company’s CEO Igor Sechin claims that the oil and gas energy will be in demand until 2050 and further.
Following a demand by Riyadh that Ankara remove its troops from Qatar, Turkish President Reccip Tayyip Erdogan responded with a resounding “no.”
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