After a spat with an EU commissioner, Wu Yi is said to have deployed some 320 officials to spot-check manufacturers in at least 12 cities in the southern Guangdong Province.
Michigan State University study documents number of dogs and cats that may have died earlier this year as a result of eating contaminated pet food imported from China.
New blast furnace for world's largest steel company will add 1 million tons in capacity — part of a five-year, $5 billion plan to increase shipments 20 percent.
Regulators approve car parts maker's bid for Siemens' auto electronics unit, saying an investigation removed doubts the deal could hurt rivals.
Bush administration’s breakthrough deal ‘represents a victory for U.S. manufacturers, producers and their workers,’ U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab said.
New 52,000-sq.-ft. silicon research and design center in Bangalore opens as chip maker revs up development of its new 'Shanghai' microprocessor.
Combined joint venture company plans to shut down its Belpre plant by end of January.
Conference Board of Canada's report cites the rapid appreciation of the Canadian dollar as a key factor for the industry's continuing woes.
Studio’s opening comes at a time when General Motors is having some success after struggling for years to penetrate the Indian car market.
Local arm of the world's largest toy maker destroyed 175,000 lead-tainted toys taken from store shelves and factories throughout the country.
More than 10,000 workers walked off the job demanding higher pay; current average monthly salary is $62.
Faulty fuel pipe design that could lead to a fuel leak is the latest quality control problem the automaker has had since it ramped up production.
The $50 million center will be used to develop new products and technology for local markets and expand the company's manufacturing operations.
The 27th straight monthly gain was due to brisk demand mainly in Europe and North America.
Industrial production rose 1.6 percent in October from the previous month, buoyed by brisk output of general machinery makers and car manufacturers.
Canada's Competition Bureau investigating Nestle, Cadbury, Hershey, and Mars for a possible price-fixing scheme in the country's multibillion-dollar chocolate market.
German industrial conglomerate says plans to slim down its management board is part of an effort to make its corporate structure leaner and more transparent.
Antitrust regulators say preliminary investigation raised 'serious doubts' about whether the $4.2 billion takeover would preserve competition in the European market for navigation devices.
Japan is violating international trade rules by issuing fees on imported DRAM chips made by South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
Company halting production at its Footner Forest Products Ltd. plant due to operating losses and reduced customer demand; move will affect 150 workers.
Head of investor relations said bribery, slush fund scandal engulfing the electronics conglomerate is no cause for concern as he outlined ambitious growth plans.
Chinese manufacturer of toy coated with a chemical that can turn into a 'date-rape drug' if ingested apologized for damaging the 'Made in China' label.
China's rise as a global trading power and status as the EU's top trading partner obligates it to drop barriers preventing foreign competition, according to Commissioner Peter Mandelson.
Regulators fined the companies a total of about $724 million for colluding to fix prices of flat glass and other commercial conditions in the European market.
The companies are taking too long to phase out toxic chemicals from their game consoles, Greenpeace said in its latest environmental ranking of leading electronics makers.