Manufacturers in the industrial hotbed in Guangdong Province are facing difficulties from higher labor costs and tough labor laws that may force some to close.
Defense Ministry plans to raise the 26 percent cap on foreign direct investment, a move aimed at attracting global military and aerospace companies to invest in the country.
Business confidence fell to 102.4 points in April, after three months of increases, reflecting concern about the record-setting euro and soaring oil prices.
Nearly two-month strike at its parts supplier may have cost the automaker sales of 7,000 to 10,000 vehicles to fleet buyers, a GM sales executive said.
Automaker surprised Wall Street with a $100 million profit as strong results from Europe and South America helped offset the impact of a slumping U.S. economy.
General Electric CEO tells shareholders the economy is the toughest it's been since 2001 and the U.S. is facing the worst housing crisis since the Great Depression.
Japanese automaker has taken the global automotive sales lead from General Motors, selling 2.41 million vehicles to GM's 2.25 million.
Northrop Grumman beat out Boeing and Lockheed Martin to win a $1.16 billion contract to design and develop an unmanned aircraft for patrolling coastlines and the open ocean.
More than 4,000 workers walked off the job at a privately owned shoe factory in Ho Chi Minh City, demanding higher pay to keep pace with rising inflation.
Talks between American Axle and striking United Auto Workers worsened as the union has rejected offers that are better than those paid by competitors.
Depending on how the justices rule, the case could make it easier for employees to win health and disability benefit payments in court.
Despite estimates of pirated goods costing businesses $33.3 billion in lost trade annually, the EU hasn't pursued any Chinese piracy cases in the World Trade Organization.
Explorer Van has laid off workers because the UAW strike against American Axle left it with no Chevrolet or GMC vans to convert.
Replying to criticism from Democratic presidential candidates, Bush said that 'now is not the time to renegotiate ... or walk away from' the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Yale University economist Robert Shiller cautioned that the U.S. housing market slump could cause prices to fall more than they did in the Great Depression, and bailouts will be needed so millions don't lose their homes.
European plane maker announced increases of as much as $4 million to catalog prices, citing the ever-cheaper dollar and the high cost of metals.
Asia's largest carrier says it may seek financial compensation from Boeing for delivery delays of its new 787 jetliner.
U.S. recession and financial crisis weakening prospects for economic growth in key industrialized regions, according to the Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.
Defense contractor's first-quarter earnings rose 6 percent as higher sales of space equipment, missiles and other combat tools offset a dip in fighter jet sales.
Chairman Lee Kun-hee is resigning after 20 years as chief of South Korea's biggest conglomerate in the aftermath of his indictment on tax evasion and other charges.
Supreme Court said Monday it will rule on a case that could make it harder for U.S. companies to obtain protective tariffs on low-priced foreign goods.
To meet growing power needs, utilities must be willing to consider new generation methods while making existing techniques more efficient, Chief Executive Jeffrey Immelt said.
Auto sales in China are booming and demand for the biggest vehicles is getting stronger, with sales of luxury cars and SUVs expected to surge by 40-45 percent.
While oil summit debates reason for record high prices, light sweet crude hits $117 a barrel.