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.
The Globe and Mail reports the automaker wants the federal and Ontario governments to kick in $60 million to help reopen a shuttered engine plant in Windsor, Ontario.
Indian automaker unveiled the Nano — price tag $2,500 — bringing new mobility to tens of millions of people and nightmares to environmentalists.
Imports during the first 11 months of last year rose 91 percent, the European Commission said as it continues to investigate whether China is illegally selling steel below-cost.
Chief Executive of Airbus’ parent company said he is aiming at ‘medium-sized companies’ in the U.S. but didn’t name potential targets.
Britain's largest brewer rejected a sweetened $14.9 billion offer from rival brewers Carlsberg A/S and Heineken NV but indicated it would consider talks if the price was right.
Japanese company recalls 10,000 Chinese-made electronic talking globes after customers complained that self-governing Taiwan was labeled part of the People's Republic of China.
Special probe into corruption allegations at South Korea's Samsung Group began Thursday, according to news reports.
Announcement came a day after the Danish high-end electronics maker downgraded its full-year earnings forecast because of a slump in sales.
Plant modernization and expansion projects will add up to 250 million pounds per year of new polyethylene capacity, the chemicals company said.
Canadian Auto Workers says it won't agree to two-tier wages and other changes ratified by the United Auto Workers in the U.S.
Japanese electronics maker will drop founder's name and adopt brand name ‘Panasonic,’ NHK TV reports.
Race for the title of 'world's biggest automaker' comes down to the wire, with Toyota saying global sales last year totaled 9.37 million vehicles, just above GM's estimated 9.3 million.
Semiconductor manufacturing equipment maker plans to cut about 7 percent of its work force to reduce costs.
German automaker said it is on track to sell more than 1 million cars in China this year, after setting a sales record in 2007.
Irish leasing company contracted to buy the single-aisle A320 aircraft said the European plane-making consortium in a statement.
Safety standards of toys made in China have been closely watched after a series of recalls ordered by U.S. and European authorities since June last year.
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. selling its space and satellite business to U.S. defense contractor Alliant Techsystems.
South Korean media reported that a laptop belonging to a South Korean journalist caught fire and blew up Tuesday.
Barry Callebaut opened a $20 million factory in Suzhou, a move aimed at capturing the growing regional taste for chocolate and other sweets.
German automaker aiming to produce 110,000 cars a year in India starting in 2009, when a new plant begins operations.
Premier Dalton McGuinty says federal government has to invest in manufacturing to help Canadian companies compete in the global economy.