Senior economist says China's manufacturing industry heavily reliant on foreign orders that are evaporating, so growth prospects for 2009 will 'have to be revised downwards'.
Exports that have powered China's growth in recent years are taking a hit from lower demand from overseas and tightening credit from state-owned banks.
Jim Lentz, president of Toyota Motor Sales USA, says the company won’t make more production cuts despite a sales slump that may not end until after next year.
House lawmaker wants to track what could be a surge in imports of Chinese-made clothing and other textile products once a deal limiting those goods expires at year's end.
European Commission imposed the charges two years ago on complaints from EU producers that they were being unfairly undercut by a flood of cheap imports.
State's supply of the fruity alcoholic beverages will likely be exhausted soon as manufacturers decide whether to comply with new labeling rules.
Total goods carried by trucks in the U.S. fell in August compared with the previous month, marking the largest month-to-month drop since March, a major industry trade group said.
Authorities are evaluating whether a plan to ban older trucks from entering the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach imposes unfair regulations and fees on truckers and shippers.
Amid a boom in the number of Japanese automakers operating in China, Singapore companies are eager to supply electronics, metals and plastic to Japanese auto parts makers.
European Union filed a formal complaint against India at the World Trade Organization on Monday, disputing the Asian nation's tariffs on wine and spirits.
Worldwide shortage of hops has small brewers worried they might not find enough hops to produce their standard beers, let alone experiment with new ones.
China will lift the ban on poultry exports from U.S. and streamline the process for medical equipment exports after intense talks between U.S. and Chinese trade delegations.
Boeing ranks among nation’s top industrial exporters and if the strike drags on for more than three months there could be long-lasting harm to the country’s exports.
Airline said Monday its cargo unit will cut fuel surcharges in certain markets because of a recent decline in the price of jet fuel.
Iran's oil minister said that there is too much crude on the market, and OPEC is reviewing whether supply exceeds demand.
Federal officials served the medical device maker with a search warrant as they investigate whether parts from an international source had been improperly received.
French wine and spirits company is taking control of the distribution of its Vin & Spirit brands, including Absolut Vodka, ending a deal with Maxxium for non-U.S. sales.
Plane maker’s largest union voted Wednesday to reject a contract offer and go on strike, a decision that would have a ripple effect on the company's suppliers in Kansas.
Federal government sued Boeing on Tuesday for allegedly inflating the prices of B-1 bomber equipment sold to the Air Force.
Project would transform a wind-swept bay 150 miles south of the U.S. border into a booming port city that could eventually compete with Los Angeles-Long Beach.
Poultry and pork import quotas could be slashed, which would hurt U.S. poultry producers that supply nearly 75 percent of the total poultry import quota.
Total goods carried by trucks in the U.S. fell in July compared with the previous month, marking the first month-over-month decline since April.
Thousands of truck drivers across Japan held demonstrations to protest rising fuel prices and warned they would add surcharges to cover spiraling costs.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Pepsi Bottling Group have reached an agreement in which the bottler will have a perpetual license to make and distribute the fruit-flavored drink.