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Corporate Corner

17 March, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Corporate Corner

In this file photo taken recently at the Fromagerie Durand in the Normandy's village of Camembert, northwestern France, freshly made camembert cheeses are seen in an haloir of the cheese factory. From 2021, all protected designation of origin (PDO) 'from Normandy' may be manufactured with pasteurised milk. The production conditions must include at least 30 percent of milk produced by cows from Normandy mostly fed with grass in an area covering Manche, Orne, Calvados and part of Eure.


 

In this file photo taken recently, pump jacks and a gas flare are seen near Williston, North Dakota recently. US manufacturing dropped sharply for the second consecutive month in February with across-the-board declines in nearly every category of product, the Federal Reserve reported on Friday. Mining output, which includes oil and natural gas, rose 0.3 percent for the second month in a row, marking the 13th consecutive monthly increase.


 

In this file photo taken recently, a passenger speaks on his mobile phone at Congonhas Airport, in Sao Paulo, Brazil. On Friday, twelve Brazilian airports will be put out to tender for a 30-year-concession contract that will serve to outline the future of the country's air sector, a kick off test on investors' confidence for President Jair Bolsonaro and his ultraliberal Economy Minister, Paulo Guedes.


 

Oliver Blume (L), CEO of German luxury carmaker Porsche AG, is watched by CFO Lutz Meschke duiring a press conference to present Porsche's annual business report on March 15, 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany.


 

Indian shoppers look at printed stoles during a 'Style and Substance' exhibition organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Ladies Organization (FLO) at a hotel in Amritsar on Friday.


 

This photo taken recently shows a worker building a new oil rig at an informal oil field in Minhla township, central Myanmar. The fields near Minhla are Myanmar's equivalent of the old American Wild West, where informal oil entrepreneurs scramble from site to site in the hope of drilling deep and striking lucky.


 

Customers make their choices at a stall of Pran at ANUFOOD Fair in Sao Paulo in Brazil recently.


 

Berger Paints Bangladesh Managing Director Rupali Chowdhury opens the Experience Zone of the company in Chattogram recently.


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