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Asset swap to make drug firms stronger

Sanofi and Germany’s Boehringer Ingelheim yesterday said they have agreed to a 22.8-billion-euro (US$25.1 billion) asset swap that would strengthen Boehringer Ingelheim's animal-health business while ...

June 28, 2016, Tuesday

China committed to manufacturing upgrade: premier

China is committed to transforming its manufacturing sector by leveraging the latest technology to meet diverse demands, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday. "Manufacturing is the foundation of ...

June 28, 2016, Tuesday

Aixtron mulls options after Chinese deal abandoned

GERMAN semiconductor equipment maker Aixtron is considering reducing the size of the business with a partial sale, its chief executive said in an interview published yesterday, opening the door for bidders ...

December 10, 2016, Saturday

Heavy machines see more sales in November

SALES volumes of excavators and heavy trucks in China surged last month, pushing the profit of relevant heavy machinery companies, which were driven by policies, reported GF Securities today. The policies ...

December 8, 2016, Thursday

Plan aims for intelligent manufacturing

CHINA yesterday released its five-year plan for intelligent manufacturing in a bid to increase competitiveness in the “factory of the world.” The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology published ...

December 8, 2016, Thursday

New steel behemoth

A new steel group, whose annual output will be China’s largest and the world’s second-largest, was set up yesterday in Shanghai following the merger of two major steelmakers. China Baowu Steel Group ...

December 2, 2016, Friday

Silk Road fuels hope for construction firms

After five years of falling revenue, forecourts overcrowded with unsold machinery and idle factories, China’s push to build a modern day Silk Road is fueling a recovery for the country’s heavy equipment...

November 26, 2016, Saturday

China, Brazil should work on steel woes

China and Brazil should work together to address steel sector overcapacity, as protectionism only compounds the situation, China’s Ministry of Commerce said yesterday, after Brazil launched probes into...

November 23, 2016, Wednesday

Target set for steel oversupply cut by 2020

China aims to enhance the competitiveness of its steel industry under a plan which will see up to 150 million tons of crude steel capacity cut and carbon emissions trimmed by 2020 while ensuring efficiency,...

November 15, 2016, Tuesday

China worried over EU’s duties on steel

CHINA is greatly concerned about the European Union’s protectionist measures against Chinese steel products, the commerce ministry said on Saturday. “The Chinese side has expressed great concerns and ...

November 14, 2016, Monday


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