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Iran’s largest industrial investment to start soon
With the plans of the 13th government, a total investment of about $19 billion – the largest industrial investment – will start by using the resources of profitable domestic factories in coming days.
Guild-production parks to be launched in Iran: Minister
The Constitutional Council has approved a license for the launch of numerous guild-production parks in Iran, said the Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade.
ISIPO: 400 industrial units have resumed production since mid-March
A sum of 400 industrial units have resumed production since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 21), said the head of Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization (ISIPO) on Wednesday.
240 industrial units resume production: ISIPO
A sum of 240 industrial units have resumed production since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 21), said the head of Iran Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization (ISIPO) on Monday.
Symposium on Iran-Italy industrial ties held in Tehran
A symposium on Italian companies’ contribution to Iran’s industrial development was held at the Italian Embassy in Tehran.
Tehran hosting three international industrial exhibitions
The 16th International Exhibition for Mines, Construction Machinery and Related Industry, the 15th International Auto Parts Exhibition, and the 20th International Paint, Resin, Coatings, and Plating Industries are underway in Tehran.
China's industrial profits up 28.2% in October
Profits of China's major industrial firms totaled 642.91 billion yuan (about $97.77 billion) in October, increasing by 28.2 percent year on year, data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) showed on Friday.
China's industrial profits grow for fourth straight month
Profits at China’s industrial firms grew for the fourth straight month in August, buoyed in part by a rebound in commodities prices and equipment manufacturing, the statistics bureau said on Sunday.
The virus is putting Britain’s next industrial revolution on ice
In the country that pioneered the world’s first industrial revolution in the 18th century, its latest one is looking very much on hold.
China's industrial profit growth quickens, signals firming economic recovery
Profits at China's industrial firms rose for a second straight month and at the fastest pace in over a year, adding to signs the country's economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis is gaining momentum.
China's industrial deflation got worse in May
China's factory-gate prices fell deeper into deflation in May amid weakening demand, while consumer inflation eased further due to softening food prices.
More help needed for British industrial sector, says head of Make UK
The government may need to take a stake in parts of Britain’s struggling industrial sector to help companies in their long and expensive recovery from the COVID-19 emergency, a leading employers’ organization has said.
Germany’s industrial heartland coming back to life
Steam billows from chimneys, and hissing sounds mix with hammering and drilling from a sprawling construction site that represents a $450 million wager on Germany’s industrial future.
Recycling nutrient-rich industrial waste products enhances soil, reduces carbon
Recycling biotechnology byproducts can enhance soil health while reducing carbon emissions and maintaining crop yields.

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