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In a symbolic ground-breaking ceremony, ThyssenKrupp laid the foundation stone for its elevator test tower on the afternoon of December 16

Tata Steel takes advantage of FRUTIGER's system to recycle water at Port Talbot

Veteran oil and gas magnate Sir Ian Wood has praised the British government for being firmly behind his proposed new regulator, and says the Treasury is finally focusing on recovery

While financial institutions and major industries have unanimously welcomed the referendum outcome, uncertainty remains over future devolution

Russia's Central Bank has raised its bank interest rate over concerns about inflation and 'geopolitical tension'

The £1.4 billion contract to operate the cross-London Crossrail franchise has gone to Hong Kong-based MTR Corporation

A forthcoming EU deliberation on trawling has stimulated intensive lobbying within member states

Rolls-Royce reports record sales growth in first half year figures.

UK luxury fashion brand Burberry has reported record annual profits and revenue

Moves by German company Siemens have raised the prospect of a takeover battle over French firm, Alstom

Holcim, the Swiss cement firm, is to buy its French rival Lafarge

Up to 39,000 new jobs could be created over the next two years in the UK oil and gas sector

Cavendish Fluor Partnership has been selected as the preferred bidder for a contract to manage the decommissioning of UK nuclear sites

The Scottish government has given its approval for the construction of a major new offshore wind farm development