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Manufacturing


Platts reports gloomy outlook for steel

THE outlook for steel prices in China in July has slumped to a six-month low, while expectations for domestic orders have also deteriorated, according to the latest analysis from global commodity information ...

July 8, 2015, Wednesday


Japan’s manufacturers confident

Department store staff dressed in “yukatas,” a kind of casual summer kimono, bow to greet customers in Tokyo yesterday as they promote sales for the traditional summer gift season, known as “ochugen.” A Bank of Japan survey showed on Wednesday that confidence among major Japanese manufacturers increased in the three months to June, beating expectations to rise to its highest level in more than a year. — AFP...

July 4, 2015, Saturday


Outlook for new steel orders weakens

THE outlook for new steel orders in China over June deteriorated from May, according to a survey by global commodity information provider Platts. Platts China Steel Sentiment Index showed a headline reading ...

June 16, 2015, Tuesday


R&D spending above global average

CHINESE manufacturers are more active than the global average in increasing research and development expenditure to upgrade technology and drive growth, a KPMG survey showed yesterday. Around 93 percent ...

June 9, 2015, Tuesday


For show, not for taking ...

A visitor returns gold bars to an employee at an exhibition of the Rothschild collection in Madrid, Spain, yesterday. The famous Rothschild Collection is the world’s largest assemblage of gold bars, consisting of pieces from 145 manufacturers originating from 35 countries. — Reuters ...

June 6, 2015, Saturday


Jiangnan Shipyard aims to boost revenue 16.2%

Jiangnan Shipyard (Group) Co, China’s largest naval shipbuilder, said yesterday that it aims to lift annual revenue to 15 billion yuan (US$2.4 billion) this year under the government’s “Made in China ...

June 4, 2015, Thursday


Largest Chinese private builder prefers US listing

CHINA Pacific Construction Group, China’s largest private builder by revenue, does not expect to list until 2020 and would prefer to list in the United States which has better regulated markets, company ...

May 26, 2015, Tuesday


Fuji Xerox sees rise in overseas revenue

FUJI Xerox Co expects overseas revenue to make up 60 percent of its total revenue by 2016 from 49 percent now, the Japan-based office machine vendor said yesterday in Shanghai. Fuji Xerox China now accounts ...

May 23, 2015, Saturday


Sharp gets rescue bailout of US$1.7b

Sharp Corp Chief Executive Kozo Takahashi bows at the start of a news conference in Tokyo yesterday. Japan’s loss-making Sharp Corp said it had secured a US$1.7 billion bailout from banks, its second major rescue in three years. ...

May 15, 2015, Friday


Siemens in 2nd round of job cuts worldwide

GERMANY’S Siemens will likely cut 4,500 jobs worldwide as it seeks to improve profitability in its structural reorganization, bringing the total reduction announced so far to 12,300 jobs. The second wave ...

May 8, 2015, Friday




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