Radiation therapy device maker plans to buy Chengdu Twin Peak Accelerator Technology, manufacturer of equipment used to produce radiation systems.
Footwear maker has shut down part of its Quebec City plant earlier than expected, giving 350 employees the boot.
German automaker opened an auto plant in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing with an initial capacity of 60,000 vehicles a year.
Lawmakers from Washington state and Kansas joined labor leaders to protest the Air Force contract Boeing lost to a European rival, and vowed to stymie the deal in Congress.
Scandal-plagued Samsung Group vowed to reform the way it does business after its powerful chairman was indicted on criminal charges.
Seoul agreed to resume imports that had been halted over mad cow disease, clearing a key hurdle to a broader trade deal with Washington.
Automaker's CEO said he's open to more partnerships like Nissan and such deals are key in Chrysler's plans to sell vehicles in growing markets worldwide.
Confidence in Chinese goods has fallen dramatically and the European Union says 'much work will need to be done if China is to regain the trust of European citizens in its products.'
Exports to the U.S. from euro countries were flat in January, as the weak dollar made German cars and French champagne more expensive for American shoppers.
Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI says that while manufacturing in the U.S. is clearly slowing, global growth will help offset it.
Forecast for growth in Europe's biggest economy cut to 1.8 percent due to fallout from the U.S. subprime lending crisis and turbulence in global financial markets.
While some welcomed the President's proposal to halt growth in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 2025, others dubbed it a step backward because it doesn't call for mandatory cuts.
With auto sales forecast to rise by 15 percent this year, global automakers hope that booming China will drive sales as demand elsewhere slumps.
DSM NV will invest $450 million over three years to expand production capacity for a fiber used to strengthen body armor and military vehicle plating.
European Commission approved the British government's plan to give a $17.4 million training grant to General Motors' Vauxhall unit.
Japanese automaker is recalling 353,000 Accord sedans from the 2003 model year to address corrosion in the windshield wiper motor.
Japan Airlines International Co. has agreed to pay $110 million in fine for its role in fixing rates for international cargo shipments, the U.S. Justice Department said.
Some 550,000 workers in Germany's chemical industry have won pay increases of nearly 5 percent this year and another 3.3 percent in 2009, negotiators said.
Group says a substantial global trade deal would stand a better chance of passing through the U.S. Congress than the Colombia FTA that was all but killed this week.
Coreana Cosmetics halting an ad campaign with Nazi references following complaints from a leading anti-Semitism group and the Israeli Embassy in Seoul.
Economy grew 10.6 percent in the first quarter, slowing slightly amid gloom about the global economy, but inflation stayed above 8 percent.
Sales of manufactured goods rose 1.6 percent to $50.1 billion in February, due in part to a gradual bounce-back by Canada's motor-vehicle industry.
Express delivery company shutting down a branch that depends on a Nokia plant in Germany which is closing in June, a move that will affect some 230 employees.
Yearly inflation in countries using the euro jumped to a new high of 3.6 percent, pushing the euro to an all-time record against the dollar.