Daily Archive: October 1, 2021

TJP Labs Announces Acquisition of Drug Establishment Licensed Facility from North American Ingredients

PICKERING, Ontario, Sept. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — TJP Labs Inc. (“TJP Labs”), one of North America’s leading full-service contract manufacturers of next-generation nicotine products, announced today that it has, through a wholly owned subsidiary, acquired certain assets of North American Ingredients Inc. (“NAI”), including NAI’s Drug Establishment and cGMP compliant facility. The newly acquired […]

Rentals.ca Network, Inc. Launches, Bringing Together 6 Rental Marketplaces in Canada

The new alliance will provide exceptional value to renters and landlords across Canada Rentals.ca Network, Inc. Logo TORONTO, Sept. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rentals.ca Network, Inc. has announced its launch, which includes six Canadian rental marketplaces offering the most traffic and leads for landlords to list their properties and providing the most listings for […]

Dongbu to sell shares to raise capital

SEOUL– Dongbu Corp.on Friday announced that it will sell stocks to raise capital.According to a regulatory filing, the company will issue 7,115 common shares at a price of 5,000 won per share. The stocks will be sold to the investors that the firm des…

SK Innovation hives off battery unit to target growing EV market

SEOUL– SK Innovation Co. launched its battery business as a standalone company Friday to take a bigger chunk of the growing electric vehicle (EV) battery market.Jee Dong-seop, who served as SK Innovation’s battery unit, takes the helm of SK On Inc. to…

S. Korea, U.S. hold talks on energy security, supply chain

SEOUL– South Korea and the United States have held working-level talks in Washington to discuss energy security, climate change and supply chains, the foreign ministry said Friday, as the two countries seek to deepen cooperation on the global issues.L…

New virus cases in 2,000s for 6th day, COVID-19 curbs extended

SEOUL– South Korea’s daily coronavirus cases remained in the 2,000s for the sixth consecutive day Friday, prompting authorities to maintain the current level of virus restrictions for another two weeks ahead of back-to-back extended weekends this mont…

4 Indonesian hackers arrested for 6 mln USD int’l scam

Police have arrested four Indonesian hackers on suspicion of an international scam that harmed companies in South Korea and China’s Taiwan involving a total of 84.8 billion rupiahs (about 5.94 million U.S. dollars), a police officer said on Friday, Tre…

UN Says Ethiopia Has No Legal Right to Expel its Officials

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed that Ethiopia has no legal right to expel seven U.N. humanitarian officials.Guterres told the Ethiopian leader in a phone conversation Friday that the world body does not…