India not far behind, new survey shows.
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Midwest manufacturing activity grew by 0.6 percent in December, helped by a boost in regional auto-sector output. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago said Monday its manufacturing index rose to 104.5 last month, from a revised 103.9 in November. Regional output in December was 1.8 percent higher than a year earlie
Deal would need blessing of bankruptcy court.
The new company, AbitibiBowater, is expected to have pro forma revenue of $7.9 billion, making it the third largest paper and forest products company in North America.
Cybectec, a provider of hardware and software systems for updating automation systems in utilities, will become part of Cooper Power Systems.
According to the People’s Daily newspaper, there are over 300 companies from the Fortune 500 in southern China.
EU also in talks to set limit of 120 grams of CO2 per kilometer by 2012.
UPS demand will increase as new oil refineries and pipelines are built, according to new analysis from Frost & Sullivan
For 2006, the country received a record $8.7 billion in new investments and the creation of 26,800 jobs.
Despite government curbs to slow investment and reduce pollution, new steel mills are popping up all over China to meet increased demand
Joint venture will open opportunities for Hershey to sell products to Asia and Lotte to bring its products to the U.S.
Lawmakers worry about impact on the Big Three.
Company produced 9.018 million vehicles last year.
Device networking gives factory managers updated wireless control of industrial equipment.
Report by Policy Matters Ohio blames international trade for the 13,432 jobs lost.
Financial problems are causing some automakers to rethink racing budgets.
Michelin receives 10-year, $1.7 billion contract for ground tires; in addition to $700 million contract for military aircraft tires awarded earlier.
The new complex will produce 700,000 TPA of polypropylene, 1.2 million TPA of paraxylene, 600,000 TPA of styrene monomer and 10.5 million TPA of refined petroleum products.