Toyota continues to close the gap with GM for worldwide production, but domestic production dips.
Upon completion, the project would be one of the largest investments in Greenland’s history and create up to 600 jobs.
Companies will invest $16.9 million to bring advanced propulsion technology to Russian railway market.
April 2007 output in pharmaceuticals was up 98.5 percent and production of active pharmaceutical ingredients rose 120.5 percent over April 2006.
United Steelworkers organize campaign urging government to help stop plant and mill closures in Ontario province.
Airplane and grain imports helped cut the U.S.-Japan trade surplus to $5.38 billion.
Company aims to increase profitability by moving operations from Mérida to a single production plant in Umán.
Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi stressed that the countries should not "politicize" the economic relationship between the US and China.
Australian Government’s multi-million dollar commitment to nanotechnology development ensures country's role as a player in that emerging global technology.
Timeframes and agriculture will be among the areas studied by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry as the country looks into a bilateral FTA.
"Change to Win" is a tentative cooperation between the All-China Federation of Trade Unions and the American unions to cut down on sweatshops and improve Chinese labor conditions.
Parent company of struggling European plane-maker Airbus will be discussed in detail when government leaders meet in July.
Economy grew in Q1 at a faster-than-expected pace despite a contraction in manufacturing due to weak global demand for the city-state’s electronics exports.
Eastern Siberian manufacturing plant is projected to produce 300,000 large steel drums.
Company paid $11 million for the assets of pharmaceutical manufacturing sites in Aurangabad and Navi Mumbai, India; has plans for expansion over the next three years.
Saudi Arabia's largest industrial firm, Sabic would be a global titan after plastics unit acquisition.
American companies are accused of wanting to "water down" proposed labor law; law would help prevent mass firings.
With the loss of the plant, LG's total 42-inch plasma display module production capacity will decline to 360,000 units per month, or 4.32 million a year.
The U.S. is banking on a stronger Yuan to help to narrow the multibillion-dollar trade deficit with China by making Chinese goods more expensive.
Company's plans include exploration and production projects in Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Vietnam.
Avago making changes to help the company better deal with cyclical trends in analog interface component industry.
The new company, ABX-Penske Air & Sea, will be located at Penske’s South American headquarters in Barueri, Sao Paulo.
Aerospace and defense supplier says its moving simple machine work to India in order to expand and keep more complex work at its Jamestown plant.
Detroit-based American Axle had recently begun restructuring because of sluggish new car sales at key customers such as General Motors.
Plants can be fined up to $13,000 for failing to disclose environmental information.