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Saudi Aramco signs five agreements with French firms, including Gaussin
Saudi Aramco has signed five agreements with French companies, including an agreement to explore a hydrogen-powered vehicle business with Gaussin, the oil giant said in a statement on Saturday.
"The agreement between Aramco and Gaussin aims to establish a modern manufacturing facility for on-road and off-road hydrogen powered vehicles in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," the statement added.
Other agreements have covered the areas of carbon capture technology, artificial intelligence and local manufacturing.
World Tourism Won't Return To Pre-Covid Levels Until 2024: UN Agency
Tourism revenue in 2020 was 72 per cent down on the previous year -- which closed with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
Prince Andrew quits social media
Queen Elizabeth II's second son Prince Andrew has deactivated his social media accounts, users said Wednesday, as he faces a US civil case for sexual assault.
‘We’ve been forgotten’: the British embassy security guard in Kabul
Abdullah says guards who risked their lives for the British cannot understand why they have been abandoned
UK Hongkongers organise rally calling for press freedom following shutdown of Stand News
Hundreds of Hong Kong people living in the UK have gathered in London to protest against what they described as a loss of press freedom in their home city. The leading English n...
‘I have not gone anywhere’: former Kazakh leader denies fleeing country
Nursultan Nazarbayev says he is taking ‘deserved rest’ in four-minute video released on Tuesday
Treasury plans crackdown on ‘misleading’ cryptocurrency ads
Move to change law would see assets subject to the same FCA rules as shares and insurance
Saudis hit back with deadly airstrikes in Yemen after Houthis’ UAE drone attack
Coalition announces strikes on Houthi strongholds as global leaders rally round Abu Dhabi
A Costa Rican House With Privileged Views Of The Pacific
Luxury property in Costa Rica with views of the Pacific Ocean, a charred teak exterior, swimming pool, wide terraces, and large open plan living spaces.
Turkey and Serbia agree to broker Bosnia crisis talks
Turkey’s President Erdogan pledges support for Bosnia’s territorial integrity amid fears about Bosnian Serb secession.
Microsoft's New $69 Billion Deal And Its Link To "Candy Crush"
Activision, the California-based maker of "Candy Crush" has been hit by employee protests, departures, and a state lawsuit alleging it enabled toxic workplace conditions and sex...
UAE Minister Dials S Jaishankar, Condoles Death Of Indians In Drone Attack
Two Indians were among the three oil company employees who were killed in a drone attack claimed by Houthi rebels in Abu Dhabi a day ago.
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