The head of the Thyssenkrupp foundation ruled out a break-up of the German steel-to-submarines conglomerate.
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BMW already signed up as the factory's main client.
A final deal has been signed for the sale of German copper products company Mansfelder Kupfer und Messing (MKM) for 80 million euros ($94 million).
London-based sales and marketing staff to relocate to Frankfurt beginning September.
A German battery plant could help ease an expected negative impact in the workforce employed by the local automotive industry.
According to WWF, Germany's CO2 emissions have not dropped for nine years.
China is the world's biggest car market and produces only a fraction of the platinum and palladium it consumes.
The company is planning to sell new shares worth about 100-125 million euros ($117-$147 mln) in a deal valuing it at about 400-500 million euros.
The country's car industry currently employs about 840,000 people, with 210,000 of them working on powertrain production, the sub-sector set to be the worst hit.
A group of researchers from Berlin’s Humboldt University published a study where they say that mining activities are the leading cause of social conflicts in Peru.
Europe’s largest bank won’t fund new coal power plants, oil sands and arctic drilling, except in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam.
The subject of the country’s reserves became particularly heated during the years of the sovereign debt crisis.
Anxious investors from Germany to China are seeking shelter in gold ETFs.
The uranium from which the yellowcake was derived was originally extracted from the Saghand mine.
Solar made up 57% of last year's total for all renewables (excluding large hydro) of $279.8 billion. It also towered above new investment in coal and gas generation capacity, estimated at $103 billion.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe must be ready to respond to the unilateral imposition of trade tariffs by the United States but she first hoped for talks on the issue.
Reactions continue to pour in following U.S. President Donald Trump’s imposition of 25 per cent tariffs on steel imports and 10 per cent for aluminium for almost every country but Mexico and Canada.
Emissions scrubbing in vehicles accounts for over 40% of platinum demand, and landmark ruling will hasten demise of engine technology.
Some urban mining already takes place in the EU but it involves melting devices together in a furnace and removing the most valuable metals.
It’s a sunny October day on the outskirts of the west German town of Bottrop.
Nearly 20 countries have joined a British-Canadian initiative to phase out coal from power generation before 2030.
Compact, robust and powerful: New crusher from thyssenkrupp revolutionizes material processing in both underground and surface operations
With the development of a completely new type of crusher, thyssenkrupp has achieved a quantum leap in primary crushing.
With the move, the country’s central bank has completed its plan to bring back home 54,000 gold bars that were still being held in foreign vaults.
Positive response to the 14th MiningForum in Berlin
Whether we’re discussing the ancient merchants that traversed the legendary Silk Road, or the transfer of goods across modern border lines, trade has always been about building close relationships.