Netherlands Archive

CRYSTAL CROP PROTECTION LIMITED SIGNS LOI WITH KEYGENE, NETHERLANDS FOR IMPROVING ITS SEEDS BUSINESS DURING DUTCH PRIME MINISTER’S HIGH PROFILE VISIT

New Delhi, India, May 25, 2018: Crystal Crop Protection Limited has signed a Letter of Intent with KeyGene at a high-profile trade mission headed by the Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte in New Delhi. Crystal Crop Protection Limited, an R&D based crop protection manufacturing and marketing company has recently acquired Indian grain sorghum, fodder sorghum(SSG)

Netherlands: GfK extends radio audience measurement contract with NLO and will test minute-by-minute measurement

Amsterdam, 15 October 2014 – In an effort to measure radio audience behavior more accurately, NLO is preparing a new audience measurement survey. To this end NLO today signed an amended contract with GfK. Parallel to this current continuous survey NLO will explore the use of smartphone apps to be able to report on a

Netherlands: Television audience measurement contract extended until 2017

Hilversum, 1 September 2014 – SKO and market research agency GfK have extended their existing television audience measurement (TAM) contract in the Netherlands till 2017. This will allow for a better understanding of the changing viewing habits of the Dutch population. The main innovations in the new contracts are related to metering technology in households,

InnoTrans 2014 showcases innovative railway infrastructure technology

 Berlin, 2 July 2014 – A modern railway infrastructure is the basis for efficient rail transport that extends beyond international borders. At this year’s InnoTrans the Railway Infrastructure segment, which has expanded yet again, will feature around 500 international companies who will be exhibiting their railway technology innovations on a display floor covering a gross

Rapsody Yachts Announce the new Rapsody R80

The Rapsody R80 is a concept drawing of the new 80 ft. superyacht. The R80 will have an aluminium modern and fast sailing hull with a retro look. This way the R80 will stay in line with the other Rapsody models that also have retro looks but fast sailing capabilities. The interior will be custom

Hope of an end to the crisis: Findings of the GfK Consumer Climate Europe study for the third quarter of 2013

Nuremberg, 21 October 2013 – Hope is spreading throughout Europe that the worst of the crisis has been overcome and that the economy is gradually beginning to recover. A number of countries registered considerable growth in some areas in the second quarter, while the downward trend at least slowed down significantly in others. These are

University of Dundee: €2.3MILLION `ABLADE’ PROJECT TO FOCUS LASERS ON BLADDER CANCER

Bladder cancer is one of the most common forms of the disease – particularly among the over-60s – and one of the hardest to diagnose and treat. Now a new European-wide project co-ordinated by the University of Dundee, working with industrial partners, is to examine whether advanced laser techniques can be used to both detect

Internet Security Pioneer ESET Launches News and Feature-based Website WeLiveSecurity.com

BANGALORE / MUMBAI, India – May 24, 2013 ESET, global provider of security solutions for businesses and consumers, announces the launch of WeLiveSecurity.com – a comprehensive source of internet security news, views and insights. WeLiveSecurity marries ESET’s global network of expert security researchers and their technology expertise accompanied by various consumer related articles providing security

EU LEADERS MUST END FINANCIAL SECRECY

In three steps, the European Council can end financial secrecy and take decisive action on corruption and tax evasion EU leaders meeting tomorrow have an opportunity to end the financial secrecy that facilitates corruption and tax evasion. As many cases of proven corruption have shown, anonymous shell companies and other opaque legal structures based in secrecy jurisdictions

Self-measurement screening for metabolic syndrome

Researchers at the University Medical Center (UMC) Utrecht have shown that apparently healthy people measuring their own waist circumference can be a reliable and feasible first step in screening for the metabolic syndrome. This finding could form the basis of a focused screening program for risk factors for diabetes and cardiovascular disease to be implemented