Acquistion will allow Scania to boost capacity to 100,000 vehicles by 2010.
Sale includes PET polymers manufacturing assets and related polyester resins business.
An Indian industry survey is reporting 13 percent growth in manufacturing for the first nine months of the current fiscal year.
Car manufacturer will bring 400 new jobs to New Mexico; facility will produce 10,000 cars per year.
Brazilian plant will assemble 50,000 Hyundai pickup trucks and SUVs annually.
New refinery will be built at Bathinda, India and process 9 million tons of crude oil per year.
NAM’s Vice President for International Economic Affairs testifies before the House Ways and Means Committee on subsidies’ harm to manufacturers.
Japan will join the U.S. in a WTO trade case against China.
Officials cite domestic demand for turnaround.
Inspectors found two boxes of rib meat with insufficient shipping documents.
White Martins, Air Liquide and ThyssenKrupp Minergy will build first new steel mill in Brazil since 1986.
A total of 371,335 cars, trucks and buses were sold and registered in Japan in January 2007, according to the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA).
Company will help with new complex in Saudi Arabia for polybutylene terephthalate.
Dell hired Michael Cannon to serve as President, Global Operations.
Goal of 20 percent by 2020 shouldn't be mandatory, energy ministers say.
Company sees $4.5 billion in cost savings by 2009.
Acolyte Biomedica makes formulas to control infectious diseases.
Companies deny reports LG.Philips was selling a stake in Matsushita.
Sony blames Playstation 3 launching costs for profit loss; cutting semiconductor investments by "large amount."
Index from the Central Statistical Organization shows an 11.1 percent increase for December 2006 over December 2005.
Report in the Detroit Free Press says Toyota fears a political and consumer backlash; company spokesman denies reports of India plant.
Novelis, headquarterd in Atlanta, Ga., will be sold for $6 billion.
Tecumseh Products closing facility in Wisconsin due to manufacturing outsourced overseas.
According to a report in the Nikkei, the automaker plans to build a new plant in India by 2010.
Three deaths linked to water heaters.