New refinery will be built at Bathinda, India and process 9 million tons of crude oil per year.
Both sides spending liberally to make their case.
The EPA's Office of Air and Radiation receives funding to update protector testing and laeling regulations, which has pending since 2003.
UPG has opened a custom assembly plant in Tijuana.
NAM’s Vice President for International Economic Affairs testifies before the House Ways and Means Committee on subsidies’ harm to manufacturers.
Japan will join the U.S. in a WTO trade case against China.
Officials cite domestic demand for turnaround.
The region has 102 projects in the alternative fuels sector worth over $11 billion planned for 2007.
Wisconsin received a $50,000 grant from the EPA to reduce emissions from heavy-duty diesel trucks; Northeast gets $4 million for pollution-cutting projects.
Ex-DuPont senior scientist, Gary Min, has admitted to stealing company secrets before leaving the company.
Bureau of Labor Statistic reports that its Producer Price Index was down 0.6 percent in January.
Inspectors found two boxes of rib meat with insufficient shipping documents.
The EPA and DOJ have reached an agreement with WCI Steel on measures to protect wildlife on its property and pay a $620,000 penalty.
The Philadelphia Federal Reserve reports that there is little change from January to February.
The New York State Manufacturing Survey increased favorably in February after a sharp drop in January.
White Martins, Air Liquide and ThyssenKrupp Minergy will build first new steel mill in Brazil since 1986.
Dubai Ports World said deal may be off if Port Authority continues demanding payment.
Industrial production fell by 0.5 percent in January, the biggest drop in almost a year and a half. The Federal Reserve said Thursday that output in the manufacturing sector dropped by 0.7 percent, largely the result of a falloff in the motor vehicles and parts sectors. The factory operating rate, at 79.6 percent,
A total of 371,335 cars, trucks and buses were sold and registered in Japan in January 2007, according to the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA).
Company restructuring plan seeks to save over $170 million by 2010 by consolidating manufacturing.