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Foreign Minister Kurz Met Adel al-Jubeir and King Salman bin Abdulaziz

During his first visit to Saudi Arabia, Austria's Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz was received both by his Saudi Arabian counterpart Adel al-Jubeir, as well as King Salman bin Abdulaziz. The talks included besides bilateral issues - which also include economic relations - the future of Syria, the danger of the "Islamic State" and human rights.

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“Terrorism Cannot Be Justified by any Means and Stands in Clear Contradiction to Islam"

The President of the Islamic Religious Community in Austria (IGGiÖ), Fuat Sanac, and Minister for Integration, Sebastian Kurz in a joint reaction vehemently condemned the terrorist attacks in Paris.

November 19, 2015

Iranian Foreign Minister to Participate in Syria Conference in Vienna

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will attend the conference on Syria in Vienna on Friday. This has been confirmed today by the Foreign Ministry in Tehran, according to the official news agency ISNA. Iran will meet in Vienna not only to Russia and the USA, but also to its nemesis Saudi Arabia.

October 28, 2015

How Can Exporters Benefit from the "Go-International Initiative" of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce?

Even in a challenging global economic environment, exports remain the driving force behind the Austrian economy. The go-international initiative of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce encourages companies to step across the border by offering advisory services, events and support, as well as making it easier for existing exporters to enter additional foreign markets.

October 19, 2015

Current State of Relations between NATO and Austria

NATO-Austria relations are conducted through the Partnership for Peace framework, which Austria joined in 1995. NATO and Austria actively cooperate in peace support operations, and have developed practical cooperation in a range of areas. NATO views Austria as an effective partner and contributor to international security, which shares key values such as the promotion of international security, democracy and human rights. Austria on the other hand selects areas of practical cooperation with NATO that match joint objectives.

October 16, 2015

Austrian Firm Operates Waste Water Treatment Plant in Istanbul

The waste water treatment plants of Istanbul are being operated by an Austrian firm. The Austrian firm Wabag has been operating a network of 124 units for over a year now. Every day some 4.2 million cubic meters of waste water is being pumped through the facilities. The value of services rendered by Wabag amounts to EUR 50 million (USD 57 million).

October 14, 2015

FDI: Overseas Companies Fund Every Fifth Job in Austria

The ties between Austrian firms and foreign countries are tightening. 10,160 companies in Austria were in the hands of foreign concerns in 2013, i.e. 41 percent. In terms of employees, foreign companies employ 48 percent of the Austrian workforce. This is due above all to the strong involvement of German firms in the retail market in Austria.

September 29, 2015

CEE in the Autumn of 2015 is the New Safe Haven

The key conclusion of UniCredit’s CEE Quarterly 4Q 2015 is that the CEE region, despite its heterogeneity, looks better positioned than most other large emerging markets to cope with potential challenges. In particular they found that market volatility spiked in 3Q15, with the uncertainty surrounding the anticipated Fed rate hike augmented by growing worries about a “hard landing” in China.

September 25, 2015

OMV Lodges Complaint with World Bank Arbitration Court

Listed oil group OMV has lodged a complaint with the arbitration court of the World Bank, against Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu, economic magazine trend reported. The dispute pertains to damage the company incurred to the shutdown of the Nabucco gas pipeline project between Azerbaijan and Austria.

August 31, 2015

VIG - Still Profitable in Central Eastern Europe

Listed Vienna Insurance Group (VIG) made profits in all countries and in all segments in the first half of the year. More than a third (67 percent) of pretax profit came from the CEE region, VIG announced.

August 25, 2015