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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

New Boeing jet and F-35 lift spirits in Paris

New Boeing jet and F-35 lift spirits in Paris

Paris - The Paris Airshow opened under bright blue skies on Monday, with a new member of Boeing’s best-selling 737 range set to vie for attention with a potentially huge order for F-35 fighter jets and a visit by French President Emmanuel Macron

Uber’s trucking ambitions in lower gear after Otto deal
Qatar signs $12 bln deal to buy jets from U.S.

Qatar signs $12 bln deal to buy jets from U.S.

Doha - Qatar’s Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday the country signed a deal to buyF-15 fighter jets from the United States for $12 billion. The deal was completed despite the Gulf country being criticized recently by U.S. President Donald Trump for supporting terrorism

Antwerp could be next China rail destination

Antwerp could be next China rail destination

Antwerp - Steel could be the key to making the Port of Antwerp the next major European cargo hub with a direct rail freight link with China. Port officials signed a cooperation agreement with the Chinese Port of Caofeidian

Etihad Cargo help bring endangered rhinos

Etihad Cargo help bring endangered rhinos

Abu Dhabi - The critically endangered black rhino has returned to the wilds of Rwanda with the help of Etihad Cargo and animal transport specialist Intradco Global. On behalf of African Parks, Intradco chartered two Etihad Boeing 777 freighters to transport the 19 black rhinos from Johannesburg to the Rwandan capital

British Airways resumes flights from London
Ports, highways and railways: northwest Italy teams up

Ports, highways and railways: northwest Italy teams up

Genoa - Sea-based works, land-based logistics, and dockside facilities: these are the three cornerstones that underpin the Memorandum of Understanding signed yesterday between the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport and the two Ligurian Port System Authorities, as part of a special meeting on Logistics in North-west Italy.

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