UK oil and gas production grew by more than 10% in 2015, the first increase in 15 years, however major challenges remain, according to Oil & Gas UK’s Economic Report 2016 published today (September 27, 2016).
South Korean shipping firm Hanjin Shipping – one of the world’s largest - has filed for bankruptcy.
The US Government has provided a win for US-made products and approved preliminary duties following an antidumping ruling against Chinese imports of a particular specialty fabric.
The UK will weather the current storm of uncertainty by focusing on collaborative, home-grown and long-lasting improvements. Russell Longmuir, CEO & director general of the British Quality Foundation (BQF), explains how.
The UK’s Brexit referendum vote to leave the EU has created quite a stir in global financial markets.
Everywhere in the Western world, it seems as though, according to Oxford Economics modelling, that the construction industry is finally growing once again after the market worked its way back from the Global Financial Crisis.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has identified manufacturing and trade as key issues for his election campaign.
The iconic Route 66 in the United States is set to become a forerunner for the potential highways of the future.
China has revealed an ambitious plan to build a $50+ trillion global power grid by 2050, which would be powered by renewable energy.
A new report by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has predicted massive job losses in South East Asia due to increasingly automated manufacturing.