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Burgenland

Burgenland to Be Pilot-Province for Courses on Values for Refugees

On the sidelines of a conference of experts on Integration of Austria's regional governments in Eisenstadt, Sebastian Kurz and Norbert Darabos announced a workshop cooperation between the Austrian Integration Fund (AIF) and the Federal Province of Burgenland: the AIF will offer workshops on integration for refugees and immigrants.

December 15, 2015

Burgenland Holding Improves Results

The subsidiary of the Austrian energy supplier EVN is still in the red.

February 9, 2012

Coca Cola Closes Viennese Site

For cost reasons, the U.S. soft drink producer shifts production from Vienna to Burgenland. 80 employees will be laid off.

February 2, 2012

RLB Burgenland Records Rise in Profits

The regional bank´s operating profit was up by 9.8% to € 53m. RLB Burgenland´s total assets grew by 5.3% to € 6.3bn.

February 2, 2012

Bewag Achieved Turnaround

The regional energy provider Bewag turns back to the profit zone. In 2011, CEO Michael Gerbavsits expects a double-digit million figure in profits.

October 3, 2011

Lenzing Group: Capacity expansion completed at the Heiligenkreuz/Burgenland plant

The Lenzing Group has successfully completed its capacity expansion drive initiated three years ago at the fiber production facility located in Heiligenkreuz (Burgenland, Austria).

September 7, 2011

Blue Chip Energy Filed for Insolvency

The solar cell producer has abandoned production today. Asian investors are said to be interested in an acquisition of the Burgenland-based company.

July 21, 2011

Concerns about "Eurovegas"

The Austrian-American project for the construction of Europe's largest casino meets increasing opposition.

March 16, 2011

Austria's Public Debt Ratio Increases to over 80%

By including again non-active budget items, which are no longer allowed under EU law, debts of the Republic of Austria increase dramatically.

March 8, 2011

Decreasing Wine Production in Austria

According to Statistics Austria's wine harvest survey 2010, a wine production of 1 737 500 hl was achieved, produced on an area of 43 700 ha (-3% to 2009).

March 5, 2011

Telekom Austria Stands Before a Purchase in Croatia

The Burgenland energy operator Bewag might divest itself in future from its Croatian telecommunications subsidiary.

February 12, 2011

Sales Increase for Waldquelle

The Austrian-Czech mineral water producer increased its sales moderately in 2010. The market share increases continuously.

February 11, 2011

RLB Burgenland’s Profits Increase

Burgenland's regional bank recorded an operating profit of € 49m for 2010, which represents a slight improvement compared with 2009.

February 4, 2011

Changes in Board of Bewag have been Completed

The energy supplier from Burgenland gets a new board after a seven-week long call for tenders.

December 22, 2010

Study: Austrian Thermal Market Saturated

The regional management Burgenland has commissioned a study on the regional thermae. The offer is currently exceeding the demand.

November 19, 2010

Change of Leadership at Bewag?

According to reports, there are plans for a premature replacement of the board at the power company from Burgenland.

November 3, 2010

MAGNA: Still No Battery Plant in Burgenland

All efforts towards the establishment of the plant seem in vain so far, although the prospects for success seemed quite good recently.

October 18, 2010
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