Police fire on Dutch farmers protesting environmental rules
Police said they were responding to a “threatening situation” when the farmers started to drive their tractors into officers and their vehicles
Turkey's auto production, exports up in January-September period
Turkey's automotive production, including light commercial vehicles, tractors, and automobiles, amounted to 921,619 units during the first nine months of this year, an association report said on Oct. 11.
Turkey will start electric tractor production in October: Official
The mass production of Turkey's first electric tractor can be postponed by one month to October due to the coronavirus pandemic, a senior Agriculture Ministry official said on April 19.
Turkey's auto industry produces over 360,000 vehicles in Q1
Automakers in Turkey produced 361,516 vehicles- including automobiles, light commercial vehicles, and tractors- in the first quarter of 2019, according to a report released on April 13.
Canadian Velocity Begins Drilling at Rozino Project, Bulgaria
Velocity Minerals Ltd. (TSXV: VLC) ("Velocity" or the "Company") announces that it has initiated additional diamond drilling at the Rozino gold project ("Rozino"), located in Bulgaria.
First 100 pct Romanian tractor, launched by IRUM Reghin, designed by company's engineers
IRUM Reghin is launching this fall, the year of the Greater Union's Centennial, the first 100 pct Romanian tractor, designed and made by the company's engineers, 15 years from the disappearance of the Romanian tractors' production, on Friday announced Mircea Oltean, the company's managing director.
Serbian PM speaks with chairwoman of India's TAFE
They spoke about "the plans of this company in the following period."
Srinivasan presented to Brnabic plans and preparations for the production of advanced models of tractors with the Euro 3 engine, pointing out that the first such model was already presented at last week's Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad.
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Police prevent Peloponnese farmers from driving to Athens (pics)
“We cannot understand why they prevent us from moving on. We left our tractors at Corinth, and police stopped us again here ” said the farmers of Peloponnese, who were stuck on the highway at Chaidari for hours since riot police did not allow them to pass through so as to participate in the mass protest in the center of Athens.
Farmers spill milk and burn flags in protest of govt’s social security reforms (pics)
Protesting farmers in western and central Macedonia continued their mobilizations on Friday and planned more coordinated action heading into the next week with road blocks around the country.
Locals halt commando-supported road construction in northeast Turkey
A group of locals in the Black Sea province of Rize have prevented the construction of a road by forming a human chain to stop bulldozers, which were escorted by commandos.
"The Green Road" project was devised by the government to connect the highland pastures of eight provinces by building 2,600 km of roads in northern Turkey.