Economy of Germany

İYİ Party calls on parliament to nominate co-founders of BioNTech for Nobel prize

İYİ (Good) Party leader Meral Akşener has said they would move a motion in parliament to nominate the Turkish-origin co-founders of German biotechnology company BioNTech for the Nobel prize for leading vaccine development against COVID-19.

Bulgarian Summer 2021: We Have Lost Russian Tourists, Germans Push for Super Low Prices

"We are worried that in the last year tourism in Bulgaria has been developing despite the administration, and not with the help of the administration - often due to chaotic decisions,"Branimir Botev, former Deputy Minister of Tourism, and now the president of the European League for Economic Cooperation, said in an interview for "This Morning" talk show.

DaiBau raises fresh funds

Ljubljana – DaiBau, a Slovenian start-up that runs portals in multiple countries where investors can link up with building contractors, has received fresh funding from the German chemical company Henkel to build out its platform.

Talks to open cancer research center with BioNtech’s co-founder ‘continuing’

Turkish-German scientist Uğur Şahin, who developed the Pfizer-BioNtech coronavirus vaccine together with his wife Dr. Özlem Türeci, will likely invest in Turkey to establish a medical research center, according to Mustafa Varank, Turkey's industry and technology minister.

BSH Factory of the Year winner as large scale manufacturer

Nazarje – BSH Hišni Aparati, a Slovenian subsidiary of the Bosch group, was this week declared the winner of the Factory of the Year competition in the category of best large-scale mass producer in Europe.

The competition is a collaboration of A.T. Kearney and the German business magazine Produktion, which was launched in 1992.