welcomes Archive

EUROFER welcomes Commission’s decision to impose provisional anti-dumping measures against imports of GOES

The Commission’s investigation has confirmed that imports of grain-oriented electrical steel (GOES) from Russia, USA, Japan, Korea and PR China are sold at dumped prices and cause significant injury to the Union industry. The Commission has found dumping margins ranging from 22,8% to 60,1% for the foreign producers concerned. The provisional duties imposed by the

TMK welcomes new pricing agreement with Gazprom

TMK is satisfied with the terms and conditions as per a special pricing agreement on large diameter pipe (LPD) shipments for Gazprom. Signed on 25 September, the agreement is viewed by TMK as a positive development to contribute to the company’s financial and operating performance. The new conditions will improve TMK’s capacity utilization planning and

FICCI welcomes the Labour Ministry’s new initiative for devising a web-portal to file compliance returns

New Delhi, 30 June, 2019: FICCI welcomes the Labour Ministry’s new initiative for devising a web-portal where enterprises can file their compliance returns for 16 of the 44 central labour laws in the country. This was informed today by the Labour Secretary Smt. Gauri Kumar at a meeting held with the Employers Representatives under the Chairmanship

FICCI welcomes the roadmap of the new government laid out by Hon’ble President Pranab Mukherjee.

New Delhi, June 09, 2014. “FICCI welcomes the roadmap of the new government as highlighted by Hon’ble President, Shri Pranab Mukherjee in the joint sitting of Parliament today.  We are delighted  to note   government’s  commitment towards achievement of high economic growth, with equity and human development”, said Mr. Sidharth Birla, President, FICCI. Welcoming government’s plan

Bengaluru welcomes My Fortune Hotel

 May 15, 2014: My Fortune, Bengaluru is all set to redefine the city’s hospitality landscape with its prime downtown location at the epicentre of the commercial business district, on Richmond Road. After the success of the first property in Chennai under the new brand ‘My Fortune’, My Fortune, Bengaluru plans to attract both domestic and

Global Growth Companies Community Welcomes 76 New Companies

Since the last Annual Meeting of the New Champions, 76 of the world’s fastest-growing companies from 26 countries joined the Global Growth Companies Community Global Growth Companies Community currently consists of 370 companies Considered as trailblazers, shapers and innovators, they are participating in the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2013, which

German Steel Federation welcomes the EU Action Plan but also sees risks

The German Steel Federation (WV Stahl) welcomes the fact that, with its Action Plan, the European Commission has recognised the central importance of the steel industry for prosperity and employment. At the same time, WV Stahl is disappointed and concerned about this initiative by the Brussels’ authorities. “The Plan contains intervention points for ensuring the competitiveness of the steel

TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL WELCOMES EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT VOTE TO SHED LIGHT ON NATURAL RESOURCES SECTOR

Transparency International EU warmly welcomes today’s European Parliament votes supporting, with an overwhelming majority, new rules for the EU extractive sector that require oil, gas, mining and logging companies to disclose what they pay to governments around the world. After confirmation by the EU’s Council of Ministers, the bill voted on by the European Parliament

Greenpeace welcomes Sealord’s promise to end destructive tuna fishing

Auckland, May 29, 2013 – Greenpeace has today applauded a decision from New Zealand fishing brand Sealord to remove a destructing fishing method from its supply chain of canned skipjack tuna by early 2014 and urged the wider industry to follow suit. Currently Sealord buys much of its tuna from boats using purse seine nets

Greenpeace welcomes forest conservation pilot from Indonesian palm oil producer

Jakarta, 13 March 2013 – Greenpeace Indonesia today welcomed the launch of a forest conservation pilot project by Indonesia’s largest palm oil producer, Golden Agri-Resources (GAR), to protect High Carbon Stock (HCS) forests and called on other palm oil producers to take similar action. “Greenpeace commends GAR for putting its Forest Conservation Policy commitment into