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Ynchausti y Compañia

Ynchausti y Compañia was a prominent Philippine multi-national conglomerate prominently engaged in operations from 1816 to 1936. In 1936, the Ynchausti family completed the divestment of most of their corporate holdings with the intention of adop ...

                                               

Elwro

Elwro was a Polish company that manufactured mainframe and microcomputers from 1959 until 1989. Its plant was in Wroclaw. Computer models included Odra mainframe systems, and the Elwro 800 Junior microcomputer for education.

                                               

Haberbusch i Schiele

Haberbusch i Schiele was a Warsaw-based brewery holding created in 1846. By the end of 19th century, the company had grown to become the largest beer producer in Warsaw and one of the largest in Poland. Destroyed in the Warsaw Uprising during Wor ...

                                               

Kompania Handlowa Polska

Kompania Handlowa Polska, also known as Black Sea Trade Company, Black Sea Company, and Kherson Company was a Joint-stock company which existed in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1783–1793. It controlled international trade of the Commonwea ...

                                               

Panstwowa Fabryka Karabinow

Panstwowa Fabryka Karabinow was a Polish arms manufacturer active between the two World Wars. Founded in 1919 as the successor to the pre-World War I Gerlach i Pulst company, Fabryka Karabinow became part of the state-owned Panstwowe Wytwornie Uz ...

                                               

PAST (Poland)

PAST was a Polish telephone operator in the period between World War I and World War II. It is notable for its main headquarters in Warsaw, which at the time of its construction was the first and tallest skyscraper in the Russian Empire and the t ...

                                               

SEPEWE

SEPEWE was a Polish arms industry syndicate. Established as a joint venture of the Polish government and 19 private companies of the arms industry, it became one of the largest arms dealerships of the 1920s and 1930s. Between 1926 and 1939 SEPEWE ...

                                               

Banco Espirito Santo

Banco Espirito Santo was a Portuguese bank based in Lisbon that on 4 August 2014 was split in two banks: Novo Banco, which kept its healthy operations, and a "bad bank" to keep its toxic assets. It once was the second-largest listed Portuguese ba ...

                                               

Banco Nacional Ultramarino

Banco Nacional Ultramarino was a Portuguese bank with operations throughout the world, especially in Portugals former overseas provinces. It ceased existence as an independent legal entity in Portugal following its merger in 2001 with Caixa Geral ...

                                               

Banco Português de Negocios

Banco Português de Negocios, or simply BPN, was a Portuguese banking institution. It used to be a private bank, but was nationalized by the Portuguese Government in 2008 after a bad management and malpractice-related debt of 1.800 billion euros a ...

                                               

Banco Privado Português

Banco Privado Português was a private Portuguese bank, based in Lisbon. Founded by João Rendeiro its currently in liquidation. On 24 July 2009, Paulo Guichard and Salvador Fezas Vital, two former board committee members of BPP were suspended by B ...

                                               

Bravia (automobile)

Bravia was a Portuguese vehicle manufacturer. It started by reconditioning military vehicles and by 1964 it had become a manufacturer in its own right. Its best known product is the wheeled APC Bravia Chaimite.

                                               

Chipidea

Chipidea was a Portuguese analog semiconductor IP design center, headquartered in Oeiras, Greater Lisbon subregion, which had been founded in 1997 by Jose Epifanio da Franca. In August 2007, it was bought by the US-based company MIPS Technologies ...

                                               

FAMEL

FAMEL - Fabrica de Produtos Metalicos Lda, was one of the largest Portuguese moped manufacturers between 1960s and 1980s. Based in Agueda, the company built several models using Zundapp engines starting in 1962. Their most popular motorcycle was ...

                                               

Portaro

PORTARO was the name of a popular Portuguese 4WD offroad utility vehicle which was based on the earlier Romanian original ARO 24 Series 4X4 model produced under license in Portugal. PORTARO 4WD models were made between 1975 until 1995. It was alm ...

                                               

SIS (motorbikes)

SIS was an important Portuguese motorbike and moped manufacturer, based in Anadia. In addition to motorbikes it produced light three-wheeler pickup trucks. Its products used Sachs engines and were quite successful in the local market, especially ...

                                               

Oltcit

Oltcit S.A. was an automobile manufacturer, established as a joint venture between the Romanian government and Citroen. Their main products was the Oltcit Club and Citroen Axel hatchbacks, assembled in Craiova, Romania.

                                               

Rocar

Rocar was a van, light truck, bus and trolleybus manufacturer based in Bucharest, Romania. The firm also produced light offroad vehicles and later heavy road vehicles. During its existence, the company produced over 350.000 vehicles.

                                               

Antey Concern

Antey Concern was a defense industry company based in Moscow, Russia. In 2002 it was merged with NPO Almaz to form Almaz-Antey. The Antey Concern specialized in the production of high-performance surface-to-air missile systems and sophisticated r ...

                                               

Aprelevka Record Plant

Aprelevka Record Plant was a company that manufactured vinyl records. It was located in Aprelevka, Moscow Oblast.

                                               

CenterTelecom

CenterTelecom was a fixed-wire telecommunications service provider and Internet service provider in Russia. It was ranked 5th among Russian telecom companies, after Rostelecom, MTS, Vympelcom and MegaFon. 50.69% of Centertelecoms voting stock was ...

                                               

Khlebnikov (firm)

Khlebnikov was an Imperial Russian jewelry firm, founded ca. 1867 by Ivan Khlebnikov in Saint Petersburg, but transferred to Moscow in 1871. The business was highly successful and received the Imperial Warrant producing work of originality and hi ...

                                               

Lena Gold Mining Partnership

In 1855, two merchants, Pavel Basnin and Petr Katyshevtsev, members of the top guild and honorary citizens of Irkutsk, founded the Lena Gold Mining Partnership. By the beginning of the 1870s, Evzel Gintsburg and the Meyer & Co trading house had b ...

                                               

Moscow Metallurgical Plant

Moscow Metallurgical Plant in Moscow, Russia was founded in 1883 as a metallurgic workshop and became known as the Goujon Plant. It is one of the oldest major industrial enterprises in the middle Russia. In the Soviet era it was renamed after the ...

                                               

Oboronprom

OPK Oboronprom was a Russian aerospace holding company. The company was involved in helicopter production, engine production, air-defenсe systems, complex radio-electronic systems and leasing. Russian Helicopters, Oboronprom’s helicopter manufact ...

                                               

OGK-6

The Sixth Wholesale Power Market Generating Company JSC was a Russian power generation company formed by merger of six generation companies. In 2006, the following power plants were merged into single company: Ryazan GRES – 2.650 MW Cherepovets G ...

                                               

Petrozavod

Petrozavod was a company based in Saint Petersburg, Russia. One of the oldest shipbuilding establishments in Russia, it was converted to manufacture machine tools and components for use in other shipyards in the 1970s. The company was declared ba ...

                                               

Russian American Line

The Russian American Line was a subsidiary steamship line of the East Asiatic Company that was in business from 1900 until the time of the Russian Revolution in 1917. In 1906 it began passenger service from Libau to New York after the Hamburg Ame ...

                                               

Stroymontazh

Stroymontazh was a Russian construction and property development company. Headquartered in Saint Petersburg, it was previously a market leader in residential construction in this region with a population size of more than 5.3 million, and had an ...

                                               

Velta Machine-Building Plant

Velta Machine-Building Plant was a company based in Perm, Russia. Perm Velta was a large enterprise that produced electronics for the military. It also produced among several types of consumer goods bicycles, for which it had about 20% of the Rus ...

                                               

Air Yugoslavia

Air Yugoslavia was an airline based in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. It was established in 1969 and operated numerous international charter passenger services, using aircraft from parent airline JAT Yugoslav Airlines. Its main base was Belgrade Nikola Te ...

                                               

Centavia

Centavia was a short-lived Serbian low cost airline. Its hub airport was Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport in Serbia while its technical base was in Cologne Bonn Airport in Germany. The airline declared bankruptcy on November 8, 2006.

                                               

IDA-Opel

IDA-Opel was a Yugoslav car manufacturer based in Kikinda, Serbia, between 1977 and 1992. The original plant was established in 1908 as a workshop attached to a local brick factory. In 1977, after eight years of successful co-operation, the iron ...

                                               

Jat Airways

Jat Airways was the national flag carrier and largest airline of Serbia, and formerly Yugoslavia. Founded in 1927 as Aeroput, the airline ceased operations during World War II. After resuming flights in 1947, the airline was renamed Jugoslovenski ...

                                               

Kosmas Air

Kosmas Air was a charter cargo airline based in Belgrade, Serbia. The airlines main field of activity covered air freight and transport of humanitarian aid relief from Europe to Middle East, Asia and Africa.

                                               

Metals-banka

Metals-banka or Development Bank of Vojvodina, is a Serbian commercial and investment bank, which declared bankruptcy in 2013.

                                               

Neobus (Serbia)

Neobus a.d. was a Serbian bus manufacturer which went bankrupt in 2012. The major shareholder from 2004 was a Saudi businessman Alaa Maghrabi Mohammedali A. Neobus produced buses on its original chassis and on the chassis of other manufacturers s ...

                                               

RTV BK Telecom

RTV BK Telekom was a privately owned radio and television company based in Belgrade, Serbia. It functioned as a revenue-generating media outlet with a "G" rating and without editorial or content restrictions. It was launched two and a half months ...

                                               

Cycle & Carriage

Cycle and Carriage was a company, founded in 1899, and based in Singapore and Malaysia. Cycle and Carriage was one of the premier automotive groups in Singapore and was engaged in the retail, distribution and provision of after-sales service of M ...

                                               

Pan-Electric Industries

Pan-Electric Industries was a Singapore-based company that specialised in marine salvage work, and had 71 subsidiary companies, including hotel and property interests, with a market capitalization of S0 million. The company collapsed in 1985 due ...

                                               

SPH MediaWorks

SPH MediaWorks Ltd was a free-to-air terrestrial television broadcaster in Singapore that operated two television channels: Channel U and Channel i. It merged with the city-states long-established broadcasting company, Mediacorp, in 2004.

                                               

HornAfrik Media Inc

HornAfrik was a media organization based in Mogadishu, Somalia. Prior to its closure in 2010, it was the first independent radio network to have its headquarters in the city. HornAfrik operated Radio HornAfrik, as well as one other radio station, ...

                                               

Astra-Unceta y Cia SA

Astra Unceta y Cia was a Spanish weapons manufacturer founded on July 17, 1908, under the name Esperanza y Unceta by Juan Esperanza and Pedro Unceta. First based off Eibar, the stronghold of the Basque arms industry, the company moved in 1913 to ...

                                               

Canal+ (Spanish TV channel)

Canal+ was a Spanish commercial television channel, launched in September 1990 on terrestrial television frequencies. The channel was operated by Telefonica and was available on the digital satellite television and IPTV platform Movistar+. In 199 ...

                                               

CETME

CETME is a Spanish government design and development establishment. While being involved in many projects CETME was mostly known for its small arms research and development. The CETME Model 58 and CETME Model L are its most notable projects. CETM ...

                                               

David (company)

David was a Spanish company manufacturing cars in Barcelona between 1913 and 1923 and again between 1951 and 1957. The original cars, developed by Jose Maria Armangue, were cyclecars using either a single cylinder 6–8 hp, or four-cylinder 6–8 hp, ...

                                               

Design of Systems on Silicon

Design of Systems on Silicon, officially Diseño de Sistemas en Silicio S.A., was a supplier of integrated circuits and software for power line communications. The company was founded in 1998, and went out of business in 2010 after trying to expan ...

                                               

Gimson (company)

Gimson was a Spanish bicycle and motorcycle brand, manufactured in Figueres by Gimbernat Hermanos S.R.C. in two distinct stages: the first in 1930 and the second from 1955 to 1982.

                                               

Llama firearms

Llama Firearms, officially known as Llama-Gabilondo y Cia SA, was a Spanish arms company founded in 1904 under the name Gabilondo and Urresti. Its headquarters were in Eibar in the Basque Country, Spain, but they also had workshops during differe ...

                                               

Quiero Television

Quiero Television SA, commonly known as Quiero TV, was a pay television service over digital terrestrial television in Spain in the early years of the digital television transition. It launched in 2000, Quiero TV received its digital television l ...