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The 112-year-old company is a major supplier of many metal products used in aircraft, trains, vehicles and other equipment.
by Elaine Kurtenbach, AP Business Writer
10:10am
10.18.2017
A spokesman for China's ruling Communist Party on Tuesday tried to reassure foreign companies amid mounting U.S. and European trade complaints.
by The Associated Press
2:39pm
10.17.2017
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The figures were a positive sign for Chinese demand despite forecasters' expectations that economic growth will slow this year.
by Joe McDonald, AP Business Writer
2:03pm
10.13.2017
The problems disclosed by Japan's third-largest steel maker are just the latest in a slew of product quality, accounting and corruption scandals.
by Elaine Kurtenbach & Mari Yamaguchi, The Associated Press
10:12am
10.13.2017
Trump remained non-committal about the future of the agreement as he welcomed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the White House.
by Ken Thomas, Associated Press
2:06pm
10.12.2017
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The controversial move follows Mayor Anne Hidalgo's plan to ban all diesel cars from the city by 2024.
by The Associated Press
10:25am
10.12.2017
Japan's third-largest steel maker admitted to selling aluminum and copper materials using falsified data on such things as the products' strength.
by Elaine Kurtenbach, AP Business Writer
2:52pm
10.11.2017
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Mexico's foreign relations secretary said his country won't accept "limited, managed trade."
by Mark Stevenson, Associated Press
2:39pm
10.11.2017
The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday raised its forecast for global growth to 3.6 percent this year and 3.7 percent in 2018.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
2:56pm
10.10.2017
BAE Systems will cut almost 2,000 jobs in its military, maritime and intelligence services amid a slowdown in orders for its Typhoon fighter jets.
by The Associated Press
10:37am
10.10.2017
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German factory production rose strongly in August, more than making up for modest declines in the previous two months.
by The Associated Press
9:54am
10.9.2017
Managing Director Christine Lagarde suggested that the 189-country finance agency will likely upgrade its outlook for global growth next week.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
2:46pm
10.6.2017
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Rising exports and falling imports cut the U.S. trade deficit to $42.4 billion, the lowest in 11 months.
by Paul Wiseman, AP Economics Writer
2:17pm
10.5.2017
China is the world's largest market for electric vehicles, thanks largely to subsidies that drive costs down.
by Wall Street Journal
2:50pm
10.2.2017
Four of Britain's key manufacturing industries could lose 17 billion pounds ($23 billion) of exports annually.
by Danica Kirka, The Associated Press
10:14am
10.2.2017
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China has the world's most aggressive government plans to promote electric cars.
by Joe McDonald. AP Business Writer
3:16pm
9.29.2017
President Donald Trump is waiving federal restrictions on foreign ships' transportation of cargo to the island.
by Catherine Lucy, The Associated Press
10:37am
9.28.2017
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Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the administration's priorities are better market access, less protectionism and protecting intellectual property rights.
by Kelvin Chan, AP Business Writer
2:49pm
9.27.2017
This would just be the latest stage in a multi-stage project.
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10:46am
9.27.2017
Japan's government on Tuesday approved a revision of its 30-to-40-year plan to decommission the Fukushima nuclear plant.
by Mari Yamaguchi, The Associated Press
10:45am
9.26.2017
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The prototype of an electric self-flying taxi took its first test flight in Dubai.
by CNNMoney
10:04am
9.26.2017
US Trade Representative spokeswoman Emily Davis declined to say what is on the agenda for Saturday.
by The Associated Press
10:00am
9.25.2017
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European Union officials hailed the agreement as a boost for multilateralism at a time when the United States is looking to renegotiate trade deals.
by The Associated Press
2:03pm
9.22.2017
Friday's ruling was closely watched as a measure of government responsibility.
by Mari Yamaguchi, The Associated Press
10:28am
9.22.2017
The World Trade Organization revised its forecast to 3.6 percent, citing "resurgence in Asian trade flows" and a rebound in North American import demand.
by The Associated Press
2:26pm
9.21.2017
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The crackdown might give Beijing diplomatic ammunition to respond to mounting U.S. and European trade complaints.
by Joe McDonald, AP Business Writer
2:57pm
9.20.2017
The Swiss automation giant reportedly intends to become the world's largest provider of industrial robots with a significant expansion in China.
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10:21am
9.20.2017
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Jean-Claude Juncker said the European Union is in its healthiest economic state in more than a decade and is ready to move on from Brexit.
by Lorne Cook & Vanessa Gera, Associated Press
2:24pm
9.14.2017
Nine miners were killed in a gas explosion deep inside a shaft on Wednesday afternoon.
by The Associated Press
10:42am
9.14.2017
Here's a quick look at the major themes and vehicles expected at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.
by David McHugh, AP Business Writer
10:29am
9.11.2017
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