myStromer, founded in Oberwangen, Switzerland in 2009 by Thomas Binggeli, is shaping the future of mobility with its speed pedelecs, producing around 12,000 of these fast e-bikes (45km/h) a year at the site in Oberwangen.
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The long-awaited UK government white paper “The Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail” has been published. It contains 62 commitments and in this article we explore some of the key points for the UK rail sector.
This article looks at an interesting English Court of Appeal decision which provides guidance on the admissibility of illegally obtained evidence in civil litigation.
This article discusses some key benefits of Singapore’s Electronic Transactions (Amendment) Act 2021 and its impact on the maritime sector, focusing on e-bills of lading with a Q&A at the end.
Disputes can arise over whether a cargo claimant’s arbitration notice was issued validly – and how (and if) the LOU arbitration provision should be read with the bill of lading’s arbitration clause. Recent guidance stresses caution in such circumstances.
WFW advises Advance Energy on acquisition of 50% stake in Carnarvon Timor and reverse takeover raising US$20m
In return for its stake in the project, Advance Energy is funding the drilling of the new Buffalo-10 well for up to US$20m on a free-carry basis.
The loan will enable SCPI Affinités Pierre to secure short and medium-term cash needs and to control its capital deployment, in order to take advantage of new investment opportunities.
The firm picked up 11 rankings in IJGlobal’s project finance and infrastructure tables, including nine top-10 places.
In the eighth article in our ‘Hydrogen – what is the hype about?’ series, we provide an overview of the state of play of the Greek hydrogen market
Lui Ratprasatporn previously worked at a leading Thai law firm Tilleke and Gibbins, whose corporate and commercial department she headed up for over a decade.