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Technology

S Korean firms plan LED plant in Qatar S Korean firms plan LED plant »

A South Korean consortium composed of 15 small and medium companies are planning to set up a [...]


Qatar Olympic Committee celebrates Barshim’s silver in Bayt Qatar Qatar Olympic Committee »

Rio de Janeiro: The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) celebrated one of the proudest moments in its history [...]


Qatar Stimulates TMT Sector Growth Qatar Stimulates TMT Sector »

In line with Qatar National Vision 2030 and the hosting of the 2022 World Cup, Qatar has taken measures [...]


Exhibitions / Events in»

Bird strike forces Qatar Airways »

Bird strike forces Qatar Airways flight into emergency landing

Flight QR240 from Istanbul to Doha made an emergency landing at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport. It is thought the bird strike caused an engine fire. [Read More]


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Auto News

Nissan in talks to divest stake in EV battery business, report says

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor Co. is discussing with Panasonic Corp. and overseas companies, including Chinese firms, the possible sale of its controlling stake in a car battery manufacturing venture, the Nikkei daily reported on Friday. The Japanese automaker wants to sell its 51 percent stake in Automotive Energy Supply Corp., which is jointly owned by [...]

Magna Q2 profit rises on strong vehicle output, sales in N.A., Europe

UPDATED: 8/5/16 12:16 pm ET - adds detailsCanadian auto parts maker Magna International Inc. reported a 3.7 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by strong vehicle output and sales in North America and Europe. Net income from continuing operations rose to $558 million in the second quarter ended June 30, from $538 million a year earlier. Sales [...]

Takata report clears way for talks on sharing cost of airbag recalls

UPDATED: 8/5/16 8:01 am ET - adds detailsTakata Corp. said the German research institute it hired to investigate the root cause of its defective airbag inflators submitted a preliminary report, clearing the way for crucial talks to begin with customers over how to split billions of dollars in recall costs. The airbag maker received the report from [...]

Takata profit slides after $35M special loss over U.S. airbag lawsuits

Naomi TajitsuReutersAugust 5, 2016 10:10 CET TOKYO -- Takata Corp. posted a one-third drop in quarterly profit after booking a special loss of 3.5 billion yen ($34.63 million) for U.S. lawsuits related to the massive global recall of its airbags. Net income fell to 2.07 billion yen ($20.5 million) in the quarter ended in June, from 3.1 billion yen [...]