Automaker's chief executive expects sales increases for luxury cars in markets like China and Russia to offset any slowdowns elsewhere, including the weakening U.S. economy.
Thousands of employees of the Romanian car maker rejected an offer from the company and will continue their two-week strike for higher wages and benefits.
Industrial manufacturer will supply its HTF7000 series of turbofan propulsion engines to Brazilian commercial jet maker Embraer.
European Commission approved a $1 billion deal which gives Renault SA a 25 percent stake in Russia's largest automaker.
Automaker will recall 628,239 minivans in Japan due to an installation flaw that could lead to cracks in the fuel tank.
Chrysler says it set a first-quarter record for sales outside North America, with the biggest jump in China, where it launched a locally built Sebring sedan last month.
Royal Philips Electronics NV reached a brand licensing agreement to transfer its consumer television activities in the U.S. and Canada to Japan-based Funai Electric Co.
Price projections for 2008 were revised upward on the back of expected global demand growth and low surplus production capacity.
Company agreed with worker representatives on a $314 million plan to offset the effects of its Bochum plant closure.
Starting in the first half of 2010, Japanese automaker will build and sell light commercial vehicles in the U.S., using its existing work force and factories.
EU first put the duties in place because state support given to Hynix Semiconductor amounted to subsidies that allowed the South Korean company to undercut competitors.
Price of beer is likely to rise in coming decades because climate change will hamper the production of a key grain needed for the brew, a scientist warned Tuesday.
Heavy machinery makers IHI Corp. and JFE Holdings agreed to begin talks on combining their shipbuilding operations, which would create Japan's biggest shipbuilder.
Ground has been broken on a $100 million specialty plastics plant for Kureha Corp. at DuPont's factory in Belle, West Virginia.
Whisky makers are bolstering production to meet increasing demand from emerging markets such as China and India.
Volatile foreign exchange rates and rising inflation are hurting the region's economic growth prospects, the head of a group of the region's finance ministers said.
Governments tentatively approved a plan on Monday that would make it easier for trucks from one member state to collect and deliver goods in another.
Pharmaceutical and health care products company said the move will expand the facility's capacity by 50 percent.
Electronics maker is 'exploring various investment opportunities in southeast Asian countries,' but hasn't settled on a location.
Workers returned to a Vietnamese factory on Monday to make Nike sneakers, one week after a strike over a wage dispute closed the plant.
South Korean automaker is satisfied with sales levels in the U.S. and has no plans to cut production at its factory there, a top executive said.
Deal for Alcon Inc., which makes Opti-Free contact lens solution and has 14,500 employees worldwide, would be one of the largest in Swiss history.
Billion-dollar complex will carry out the entire shipbuilding process from cutting steel and engine assembly to block manufacturing.
Chemical maker will sell its 40 percent stake in UP Chemical Co. to Woori Consortium for $112 million.