Airbus said it trailed Boeing Co. in logging new orders last year by a total of 72 civilian jets, but beat its U.S. rival on deliveries.
Four-month campaign to improve the quality of Chinese products has been successful and has helped boost the credibility of the 'Made in China' label, an official said Wednesday.
Influential German state governor voiced anger over decision to shut a manufacturing plant, dismissing the argument that costs are too high.
European plane maker is expected to announce Wednesday that 2007 was a record year for passenger jet orders and deliveries, allowing it to steal the lead back from U.S. rival Boeing Co.
Conference Board forecasts growth will accelerate to 1.7 percent this year, despite recession worries and credit concerns.
Water used in India's Coca-Cola is free of pesticides, a research center said following long-standing allegations that Coca-Cola and Pepsi soft drinks were tainted.
European trade unions called for a tax on imports from countries that refuse to fight the carbon emissions that cause global warming.
Finnish phone maker will close production site later this year as part of its bid to shift manufacturing to cheaper, more competitive locations in Europe.
Economy saw solid growth last year, helped by strong exports, but a downbeat survey of investor confidence pointed to clouds on the horizon for Europe's biggest economy.
Chinese automakers are showing increasing interest in cracking the lucrative U.S. market.
Russian President Putin signed a decree under which Italian airplane maker Alenia would be able to acquire a 25-percent share in Sukhoi's civil aircraft division, the Kremlin said.
Japanese automaker working on the necessary lithium-ion battery technology and partnering with Panasonic to mass produce the batteries.
Forest products company to sell its iLevel European engineered wood products unit to Finnish timber products company Finnforest.
Hybrids, advanced diesels and green alternatives are pushing aside the traditional displays of speed and chrome at this week's Detroit auto show.
German automaker said its 335d coupe and X5 xDrive35d sport utility vehicle will be available this fall.
Special prosecutors investigating alleged corruption at the massive Samsung conglomerate raided an office of Chairman Lee Kun-hee.
Bahrain-based airline ordered the new 787 Dreamliners valued at around $4 billion, with an option for eight more.
Safety scares, copyright rip-offs and outright thuggery are endemic to Chinese capitalism, but foreign buyers keep snapping up a myriad of products.
Despite the difficulties among Detroit's automakers and Michigan’s struggling economy, the North American International Auto Show goes on.
Japan's agricultural ministry lifted a ban on beef imports from the U.S. meatpacker after concluding it remedied problems that forced the suspension last year.
Federal officials are pouring cold water over expectations of any blockbuster announcement of new aid for Canada's battered manufacturing and forestry sectors.
Central bank chief of the world's second-largest economy predicts a slowdown in Japan, while the economy minister said she saw no sign of one.
Automakers form OEM agreement for Nissan to produce cars based on its Versa model, to be sold by Chrysler in South America.
Aircraft engine maker aims to cut up to 2,300 managerial, professional and clerical staff to mitigate increasing raw material costs and the weak U.S. dollar.