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Toby Sterling

Activists demand end of Shell, fossil fuel at shareholder meeting

12:49pm BST

THE HAGUE A group of environmental activists tried to disrupt Royal Dutch Shell's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, calling for this year's gathering to be the company's last.

UPDATE 1-Meat equipment demand drives Marel to seek Amsterdam listing

20 May 2019

AMSTERDAM, May 20 Meat processing equipment maker Marel said it will pursue a listing on Euronext in Amsterdam to enhance the Iceland-based company's growth and acquisition strategy as global demand for protein rises.

ING says German arm growing well on its own amid Commerzbank talk

02 May 2019

AMSTERDAM ING Groep NV's German business is growing very well independently, the Dutch bank's chief executive said on Thursday, declining to comment on media reports it might be interested in buying Germany's Commerzbank.

Dutch telecom KPN won't use Huawei for 'core' 5G network

26 Apr 2019

AMSTERDAM Dutch telecom firm Royal KPN NV said on Friday it would select a Western supplier to build its core 5G mobile network, making it one of the first European operators to make clear it would not pick China's Huawei for such work.

ASML rejects Samsung's involvement in IP theft case with rival

18 Apr 2019

AMSTERDAM/SEOUL ASML Holding NV denied on Wednesday any involvement by its top client Samsung Electronics Co Ltd in an intellectual property theft case between the Dutch chip equipment maker and a competitor.

Samsung denies any involvement in theft of supplier ASML's secrets

17 Apr 2019

AMSTERDAM/SEOUL, April 17 South Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung on Wednesday denied any involvement in an intellectual property theft from supplier ASML.

UPDATE 2-ASML expects faster growth as China chipmakers drive demand

17 Apr 2019

* Shares rise, have rallied 35 percent this year (Updates with share move, analyst quote)

Facing hurdles from U.S., war crimes judges reject Afghan probe

12 Apr 2019

AMSTERDAM Just days after the United States' government revoked the visa of the International Criminal Court's prosecutor, judges at the ICC on Friday rejected her request to open an investigation into alleged atrocities in the war in Afghanistan, citing practical reasons.

ASML says it suffered intellectual property theft, rejects 'Chinese' label

11 Apr 2019

AMSTERDAM Dutch ASML said on Thursday it had been the victim of corporate espionage in 2015 involving employees from countries including China but said it had not been the target of any "national conspiracy".

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