The leader of Australian bionic ear maker Cochlear has said that removing regulatory duplication is critical.
China’s official PMI showed the sector in contraction for the second straight month as the government prepares to set a growth target for the year.
Microsoft will close two Chinese factories that it acquired when it bought Nokia’s handset business in April 2014, cutting 9,000 jobs.
Cardia Bioplastics has announced the results of the strategic review of manufacturing from its proposed merger with Stellar Films Group.
Activity in China’s manufacturing sector grew slightly in February, according to a key preliminary index of nationwide manufacturing activity.
Factories are shutting in China as the economy slows and the country’s low-cost advantage disappears.
The prime minister has reportedly admitted that buying Japanese submarines would not benefit Australia’s relations with China.
Activity in China’s manufacturing sector decreased for the first time in 27 months in January, according to a key index.
WinSun Decoration Design Engineering Co has created a villa and a five-storey residential house with a giant 3D printer, according to reports.
The effect of the United States’ “manufacturing renaissance” is mostly hype, according to a new report by a Washington-based think tank.
The Australian Made Campaign has welcomed the Government’s moves to expand Australia’s access to the burgeoning Chinese market.
Both the official PMI and the HSBC PMI results show China’s manufacturing sector continuing to slow.
A new report from the Chief Scientist’s office sees Ian Chubb calling for more strategic research funding and improved performance.
ACTIVITY in China’s manufacturing sector stalled in November and fell to a six-month low, according to a key index.
During the APEC meeting in Beijing, President Xi Jinping announced China will spend US$10 trillion on imports over the next five years.
The ACTU, AMWU and other union bodies have said the China FTA, signed yesterday, could be potentially devastating for local manufacturers.
The free trade agreement with China – expected to be signed this afternoon – is the subject of “mixed feelings” for the industry.
The Government’s expected FTA with China could cause the death of struggling Australian manufacturers, according to the AMWU.
A factory making protective suits in Weifang, China, is attempting to double its capacity by January, with demand spiking due to Ebola.
The not-for-profit Australian Made Campaign put the spotlight on country-of-origin branding at the Northern Australia Food Futures Conference in Darwin.