Business sentiment rose sharply in Germany this month, though the assessment of the current business situation in Europe's largest economy fell for the first time in almost two years.
Nidec, a motor manufacturer, will purchase Japan Servo.
According to Industrial Info Resources, the region has 400 projects worth $20 billion planned for the quarter, up 56 percent from the same time 2006.
New plant will create 520 jobs and be built adjacent to the company’s existing plant.
South Korea says it won't do deal just for the sake of doing a deal.
Research by AMTDA and AMT shows that consumption was up 9.8 percent to $297.48 million.
Turkish market is one of the largest buyers of polymers in the Europe-Mideast region.
Private-equity firm CCMP bought the maker of semiconductor components and vacuum pumps.
New guide urges adoption of safety practices throughout the supply chain.
Continued economic development in China, India and Eastern Euorpe is boosting pay increases to 8 percent, compared to 1.4 percent for U.S., according to Hay Group's Global Pay Day analysis.
Emission control equipment offers varied technologies, temperatures, and costs
Commerce minister says Europe and U.S. haven’t made offers to cut farm subsidies.
According to Industrial Info Resources, the state has 220 projects planned that are worth more than $6 billion.
Country’s aerospace industry may be a rival for Boeing and Airbus in the future.
First Reserve and Odyssey Investment Partners had purchased controlling interest in Dresser from Halliburton in 2001.
Schering-Plough's acquisition will increase its presence in health care markets for women and animals.
Japan revised upward its economic growth figures for the fourth quarter to an annual pace of 5.5 percent, the strongest growth in three years, as companies invested more in factories and equipment than first thought.
Company purchased COTCO for $200 million.
Company will retain a small stake in the sports car business.