January has seen China’s manufacturing sector expand at its fastest pace in two years, HSBC reported on Thursday.
New figures show foreign investment in China is falling as rising wages and costs force companies to search for new manufacturing bases.
Tech giant Apple will spend nearly $100 million next year to shift production of one of its Mac computer lines from China back to the United States.
China’s manufacturing sector has grown for the first time in 13 months, according to a survey of private factory managers.
An accident at Galaxy Resource’s lithium carbonate plant in China has left a man dead.
An accident at a lithium carbonate plant in China, owned by an Australian miner, has left several employees and contractors with burns.
China’s factory output is at its highest level in 13 months, marking an expansion in the manufacturing industry.
The First Families of Wine, comprising a dozen of Australia’s top family winemakers, will increasingly focus on the Chinese market.
Jaguar Land Rover has announced plans to build a new manufacturing plant in China under a partnership with local company Chery Automobile.
The mining boom has brought with it the opportunity for direct export, increased demand for local resources and stimulated growth in services for the resources export supply chain.
China is the most competitive manufacturing nation in the world, and will hold the position for at least the next five years, according to a new report by Deliotte.
The boom of the Australian wine market overseas has seen a rash of Chinese attempts at counterfeiting. Brent Balinski writes.
New Zealand manufacturer Rakon has announced it will cut jobs as operations move to China and India.
While BlueScope reported a significant loss yesterday, its CEO Paul O’Malley suggests the company is still well-placed to deal with challenges the steel industry faces.
Strong wage increases for workers in China’s manufacturing industry could catch up to the US and Europe within five years, analysts say.
Homart Pharmaceuticals takes out Endeavour’s Exporter of the Year Award for its incredible success in the Asian marketplace. Madeline Prince and Alan Johnson report.
China’s manufacturing industry seems to be inching back towards positive territory, however the economic giant still has a long way to go if it is to regain its former top-spot in the global manufacturing stakes, according to reports.
FOXCONN will cut working hours and increase wages in its China-based plants after independent auditors found widespread problems in the company’s workplaces.
Australian company Codan has gone on the offensive to protect its international gold detector business against Chinese counterfeiters.
Australian companies will benefit from a Reciprocal Risk Participation Agreement signed last week between the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) and the Export-Import Bank of China (EXIM China).