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March 25, 2011

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ADPnews) - Mar 25, 2011 - KBC Securities on Friday revised up its share price target on Belgian automatic identification, data capture and mobility solutions company Zetes (EBR:ZTS) to EUR 19.
SKOPJE, Mar 25, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's State Minister and Chief Negotiator for EU talks Egemen Bagis had a meeting with Macedonia's Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Vasko Naumovski in Skopje on Friday.
ADPnews) - Mar 25, 2011 - The blue-chip PX index of the Prague Stock Exchange added 0.
ADPnews) - Mar 25, 2011 - Austrian Voestalpine BWG, the railway systems unit of steel group Voestalpine (WBAG:VOE), said today it will buy 71% in German rail welding and maintenance service provider Lasa Schienentechnik GmbH.
ANKARA, Mar 25, 2011 (TUR) -- In response to media reports that Dubai police have foiled a bid to smuggle 16,000 guns from Turkey to Yemen, Turkey said Friday that arms shipment to Yemen was an illegal action.
ADPnews) - Mar 25, 2011 - Belgian property developer Immobel (EBR:IMMO) saw its net profit decline in 2010 to EUR 10.
ISTANBUL, Mar 25, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkey's glass manufacturer Sisecam declared 484.
ADPnews) - Mar 25, 2011 - Shares in Belgian imaging company Agfa-Gevaert NV (EBR:AGFB) sank on Friday after the company released its final 2010 results.
LIBREVILLE, Mar 25, 2011 (TUR) -- Gabon's President Ali Bongo Ondimba formally welcomed Turkish President Abdullah Gul in capital Libreville on Friday.
ADPnews) - Mar 25, 2011 - Belgian imaging company Agfa-Gevaert NV (EBR:AGFB) reported today a net profit of EUR 105 million (USD 148.
BRUSSELS, Mar 25, 2011 (TUR) -- Command-and-control center of NATO's aerial mission on Libya no-fly zone will be a located at a NATO base in Izmir, a province in western Turkey, NATO officials said on Friday.
SAMSUN, Mar 25, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish public works minister said on Friday that military operations in Libya could negatively affect Turkish companies there.