Czech car producers power industrial growth in 2022 to pre-pandemic levels

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech industrial output returned to pre-pandemic levels in 2022, growing 1.7%, data showed, mainly due to car production, which is likely to struggle this year from supply-chain

WHO concerned about some areas of Turkey after earthquake - official

GENEVA, Feb 6 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Monday it was concerned about areas in Turkey from which there had been no news following a deadly earthquake overnight. "National

UAE's Masdar Opens Office In Baku, Azerbaijan

Feb 6 (Reuters) - ABU DHABI FUTURE ENERGY COMPANY (MASDAR): * OPENS OFFICE IN AZERBAIJAN TO SUPPORT NATION’S CLEAN ENERGY OBJECTIVES * WILL WORK CLOSELY WITH GOVERNMENT AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS IN

Nissan to buy up to 15% stake in Renault EV unit under reshaped alliance

By Gilles Guillaume and Nick Carey LONDON (Reuters) -Nissan and Renault on Monday unveiled details of their redesigned alliance, with the Japanese car maker committing to buy a stake of up to 15% in

Nissan to buy up to 15% stake in Renault EV unit under reshaped alliance

* Nissan to buy stake of up to 15% in Renault's Ampere EV unit * Revamp aims to make alliance more balanced * Mitsubishi Motors could also take stake in Ampere (Adds details, quote from Renault CEO)

India's Adani to prepay $1.11 billion loans on shares, denies report on capex cut

(Reuters) -India's Adani Group on Monday said shares related to some group companies will be released following the pre-payment of $1.11 billion of loans ahead of their maturity in 2024 while denying

CEE MARKETS-Currencies ease as dollar gains, Polish and Romanian cbank decisions in focus

By Krisztina Than BUDAPEST, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Hungary's forint slipped 0.5% on Monday, as other emerging Central European currencies also eased due to the dollar's gains after upbeat U.S. jobs report

China willing to restart trade dialogue with Australia after talks

BEIJING (Reuters) -China's commerce minister Wang Wentao said talks held on Monday with Australian counterpart Don Farrell were a key step toward bringing bilateral economic and trade ties back on

New look CBDCs and cryptomarket to emerge from turmoil, top BIS official says

By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Cryptomarkets have not been killed off by last year's turmoil, while the new wave of central bank digital currencies will face geopolitical limits, the Bank for

Taiwan Business Bank Says January Revenue Up 34.74% Y/Y At T$2.83 Bln

Feb 6 (Reuters) - Taiwan Business Bank Ltd: * SAYS JANUARY REVENUE UP 34.74% Y/Y AT T$2.83 BILLION ($94.29 million) Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ($1 = 30.0130 Taiwan dollars) (