The Indian Government has been dealt a blow with last week’s loss of a World Trade Organisation (WTO) dispute regarding solar panels.
New data has emerged today which shows that China’s manufacturing sector is now in its worse shape since 2009.
Economic improvement in Pakistan has attracted both European and Korean auto-makers who are keen to make inroads into the country’s Japanese-dominated car market.
A deal resulting in Iranian nuclear activity being limited in return for a lift of international economic sanctions has sent oil prices tumbling once again.
McDonalds is set to downsize the number of its US stores for the first time in four decades.
Robin Johnson – partner and diversified industrials specialist, Eversheds LLP, explains why the oil price depreciation is bad news for the UK Government, and what it might mean to industry in the long-term.
Boeing has estimated that demand for its aircraft will exceed 38,000 new airplanes over the next two decades, an increase of 3.5% from last year's forecast.
The signature manufacturing stimulus plan of the Obama Administration is continuing to make progress despite little public recognition.
The famous 4x4 car maker Jeep has long been specific to the American market and many thought it unlikely that its cars would be manufactured anywhere else.
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in May for the 29th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 72nd consecutive month, according to the latest PMI figures.