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Christiaan Hetzner

Bayer receives new approval for Eylea eye treatment in Japan

Nov 22 2013

FRANKFURT Bayer HealthCare has received approval from Japan's Ministry of Health to treat macular edema secondary to central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) with its Eylea eye medication, the company said on Friday.

Bidders on the grid for Germany's legendary Nuerburgring

Oct 30 2013

FRANKFURT Ever since Niki Lauda's Ferrari exploded in a fireball on the Nuerburgring in 1976, the circuit has been deemed too dangerous for Formula One, instead hosting car companies putting new models through their paces and amateurs trying to set records on a rush of adrenaline.

Bidders on the grid for Germany's legendary Nuerburgring

Oct 29 2013

FRANKFURT Ever since Niki Lauda's Ferrari exploded in a fireball on the Nuerburgring in 1976, the circuit has been deemed too dangerous for Formula One, instead hosting car companies putting new models through their paces and amateurs trying to set records on a rush of adrenaline.

Bidders on the grid for Germany's legendary Nuerburgring

Oct 29 2013

FRANKFURT, Oct 30 Ever since Niki Lauda's Ferrari exploded in a fireball on the Nuerburgring in 1976, the circuit has been deemed too dangerous for Formula One, instead hosting car companies putting new models through their paces and amateurs trying to set records on a rush of adrenaline.

Bollore firm goes public to show off electric car battery tech

Oct 29 2013

FRANKFURT/PARIS French electric car battery maker Blue Solutions set a 14.50 euro price tag on shares in its planned stock market flotation, valuing the company at 418 million euros ($575.6 million) in a move geared to raise awareness of its technology.

Rejuvenated Daimler beats expectations

Oct 24 2013

FRANKFURT German automotive group Daimler forecast higher fourth-quarter profit after a rejuvenated model range and cost cuts in the core luxury car business helped it to post better than expected results on Thursday. | Video

GM aids Opel by booking Russian profits at loss-making unit

Oct 18 2013

FRANKFURT General Motors has decided to put its Russian operations back under the control of its European wing - a victory for GM Europe's new president and a signal of support for a workforce that has endured massive job cuts in the hunt for profitability.

GM aids Opel by booking Russian profits at loss-making unit

Oct 18 2013

FRANKFURT General Motors has decided to put its Russian operations back under the control of its European wing - a victory for GM Europe's new president and a signal of support for a workforce that has endured massive job cuts in the hunt for profitability.

French, Spanish car markets show recovery signs in September

Oct 01 2013

FRANKFURT/PARIS Sales of new cars grew in France and Spain last month, raising hopes that the worst may be over for a western European auto market enduring its weakest year in two decades.

Lixil to buy Grohe in $4 billion landmark deal

Sep 26 2013

TOKYO/FRANKFURT Germany's biggest bathroom fittings company, Grohe, has been snapped up by Japanese building products group Lixil in a $4 billion deal including debt, the largest ever investment by a Japanese company in Europe's biggest economy.

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