Manufacturing


Steady growth on economy into 2018

CHINA’S manufacturing activity edged down in December, official data showed yesterday, but largely maintained momentum despite curbs on heavy industry aimed at taming the country’s chronic air pollution. The ...

February 15, 2018, Thursday


Steel profits, prices rise on excess cut

China’s steel industry posted higher prices and better profits last year as a result of progress made in reducing excessive capacity, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said....

February 12, 2018, Monday


Rising demand propels earnings

Flags of Siemens are seen ahead of the annual shareholder’s meeting in Munich yesterday. Germany’s Siemens said yesterday that profits jumped in the fiscal first quarter, driven by rising demand for its products ranging from renewable energy and trains to industrial robots. ...

February 1, 2018, Thursday


Manufacturing at slowest growth pace in 8 months

China’s manufacturing activity expanded in January at the slowest pace since last May while services activity grew at the fastest in four months to reflect stable development in overall economic activity,...

February 1, 2018, Thursday


Beijing set to shut 1,000 manufacturers

Beijing will shut down 1,000 manufacturing companies and 300 markets and logistics centers by 2020, to further move its non-capital functions out of the city, according to a press conference from the ...

January 29, 2018, Monday


Price rally boosts Baosteel’s earnings

SHANGHAI-LISTED Baoshan Iron & Steel Co expects net earnings to surge between 113 and 121 percent in 2017 from a year ago amid a rally in steel prices as China cuts supply. Net profit attributed to shareholders ...

January 26, 2018, Friday


GE posts US$10b loss, income fall in Q4

General Electric Co forecast further weakening of its troubled power business yesterday as it reported a US$10 billion loss and a 5-percent fall in revenue in the fourth quarter, driven by previously-announced...

January 25, 2018, Thursday


UK contractor Carillion collapses, putting thousands of jobs at risk

ONE of Britain’s biggest contractors collapsed yesterday, putting thousands of jobs at risk, after creditors and the government refused to bail out a company struggling under the weight of over 1.5 billion ...

January 16, 2018, Tuesday


Excavator sales surge nearly 100%

Sales of excavators in China jumped 99.5 percent last year from a year ago as producers tapped the rise in construction activity and also on a rally in the mining industry, official data showed....

January 9, 2018, Tuesday


Japan on track to recovery

A man rides an escalator at a commercial building in Tokyo. Japan’s unemployment rate in November dipped to its lowest level since November 1993, official data showed yesterday, offering another sign that the world’s third-largest economy is on track to recovery even if the pace is slow. Unemployment stood at 2.7 percent last month while the jobs-to-applicants ratio improved 0.01 percent from the previous month to 1.56 in November, the highest in almost 44 years. — Reuters...

December 27, 2017, Wednesday




 

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