Spain’s Inditex has opened the first Massimo Dutti store in the US, which also is the largest of that brand–it has 600 worldwide. It was launched online, too.
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Helsinki City Transport announced Wednesday it is acquiring new trains for its West Metro under a €140.4 million contract with CAF. The accord includes an option to extend the deal to the East Metro, too.
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, financial analyst at XTB, accuses core euro governments of impeding progress towards a real Banking Union that would stop contagion spreading from public debt risk to credit entities.
The company has developed two telemetry, tracking and command stations and 10 data up-link station. Analysts expect operational profitability to reach 10% by 2015.
Cumulative worldwide sales of Honda hybrid vehicles reached one million units.
VALENCIA | Economist Ernest Sena reveals data of spending rates that tells a different tale about the Spanish regions: they aren’t as wild and rebels as it has been portrayed. But there is a common mistake to all public administrations, which have used budgets like propaganda tools.
LONDON | From Standard Life, an optimistic nudge for investors seeking opportunities amidst recession-threatened Europe. Despite the stress the euro zone is under, some small listed companies show resilience and maintain a strong leadership in their sectors.
The operator groups Telefónica and Telenor, which have a combined reach of more than 400 million customers, have banded together in an attempt to seize control of mobile app payments.
Brazil will invest 53.5 billion euros in infrastructures. The effectiveness of these measures, though, depends on their correct and swift implementation, note CaixaBank analysts.
Passenger and cargo traffic at Heathrow rose in September. BAA, owned by a Ferrovial-led consortium, took the opportunity to remind the British government of the strategic importance of strengthening London’s largest airport.