New plant will initially make 400,000 desktop computers annually; Dell hopes to increase sales in Indian market now growing at a 30 percent rate.
After receiving assurances about quality and future severance deals, Nike agrees to extend shoe production at two factories employing 14,000 workers.
Western Japan factory would form the core of a new flat panel industrial park, a ''manufacturing complex for the 21st century.''
Sustained economic growth and continued improvement in nation's labor market bring the unemployment rate down to 3.7 percent.
Cambridge Display, which develops technologies based on polymer organic light emitting diodes, was purchased for $285 million.
Bajaj Auto and Renault in talks to manufacture ultra-cheap cars that could sell for US$3,000 or less.
Shanghai Automotive Industries Corp. and Nanjing Automobile Corp., two of China's biggest domestic car companies, developing new models to compete with global automakers.
Measure would apply ''to any trading partner with (an) out-of-whack currency".
$5.5 billion deal gives world's biggest food and drink company the largest share of the global baby food market.
Minicars racked record sales last year in Japan and now account for more than a third of all new cars sold annually.
European Commission plans to lift anti-dumping duties on power-saving bulbs made in China that raise prices for European customers by two-thirds.
American and European factory workers may fear Chinese competition, but China still struggles to match global standards for quality and safety.
Earlier this month Philippine authorities pulled White Rabbit brand milk candy from shelves, claiming tests revealed it contained formaldehyde.
Mexico plant will produce 5 million PCs and employ 750, while the India plant will produce 2 million units and employ 350.
Company to supply 32 gas turbines and additional equipment for power plant projects in Kuwait and Qatar.
Virtually all the major players are ramping up efforts to make cleaner, more efficient and more easily recyclable products.
China's Cabinet passed the regulation which strengthens local government responsibility and increases the punishments for illegal activities.
World's largest steel maker looking to double its investment in India; each plant could produce 10 million tons of steel annually.
U.S. and Mexico accuse Beijing of using WTO-prohibited tax breaks to encourage Chinese companies to export more.
Economic boom boosts coal usage 18 percent, despite environmental concerns.
Company considering alliance with NEC and Fujitsu to develop and produce next-generation, ultra-small consumer electronics chips.
European Union labels United States' defense of billions paid to Boeing in subsidies as 'weak;' U.S. counters EU gave Airbus $205 billion.
Westinghouse Electric Co. signs deal to build four nuclear power plants in China and transfer technology for its newest reactor to a Chinese partner.
European Union consumer goods official says bans on Chinese imports deemed dangerous or unsafe are not protectionism.