Daily Archives: July 1, 2019

Philips Foundation publishes 2018 Annual Report

July 1, 2019 Amsterdam, the Netherlands – The Philips Foundation, established by Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG; AEX: PHIA) as the central platform for Philips’ CSR activities, today announced publication of its 2018 Annual Report. The report highlights the Foundation’s solid progress in

Nanobiotix announces new organizational structure as the company enters its next stage after first european market approval

NANOBIOTIX ANNOUNCES NEW ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AS THE COMPANY ENTERS ITS NEXT STAGE AFTER FIRST EUROPEAN MARKET APPROVAL Recently appointed Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Edwina Baskin-Bey, M.D., will join the Executive Board Anne-Juliette Hermant, M.A., will be appointed Chief People Officer

EU-Vietnam free trade agreement worthy of strategic partnership: Vietnamese Minister

The signing of the Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and Investment Protection Agreement (IPA) is worthy of the strategic partnership between Vietnam and the EU, Minister of Trade and Industry Tran Tuan Anh said Sunday.At a joint press conference with EU

PM: Vietnam welcomes high-quality projects from Japan

Vietnam encourages high-quality projects invested by Japanese corporations, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said, pledging to organize regular dialogues to tackle difficulties for Japanese investors.Mr. Phuc had a round-table talk with Japan's leading...

34 killed, 68 injured as blast rocks Kabul, Afghanistan

Afghanistan's health ministry spokesperson Wahidullah Mayar said up to 34 people have been confirmed dead and 68 persons were injured after a powerful blast rocked Kabul on Monday morning outside the defense ministry building. Gunmen then clashed with ...

UN chief urges action to avert climate change catastrophe

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Sunday warned that the world is facing a grave climate emergency, urging immediate climate action by officials gathered in the United Arab Emirates in order to avoid a catastrophe. Guterres said destructive clim...

EU leaders struggle to agree on candidates for top jobs

EU leaders meeting in Brussels are divided over who should get the EU's top jobs, including successor to Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker. Centre-right leaders from the EU's biggest political group had played down the chances of agreement on a new

Awkward Handshakes, a Truce But at Least No G-20 Bust-Ups

Thirteen years ago as the world was rocked by the impact of the financial crash, the G-20, the international forum for the heads of 19 leading and developing countries and the European Union, had its most relevant moment.Led by Britain's

North Korean media praises historic summit of US and North Korea leaders

North Korean state media on Monday hailed Sunday's historic summit between the North Korea and US leaders, reporting that Chairman Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump had agreed to actively push ahead with productive dialogue.The Korean Central News...

Trump Meets Kim at DMZ, Crosses Into North Korea

SEOUL - U.S. President Donald Trump called his latest meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un very productive and said both countries want to get this thing solved.I outlined the incredible prosperity that awaits North Korea when this whole