US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has said he’d make Apple bring all its manufacturing back to its home country.
A Blackmores and Bega Cheese joint venture has launched the first of their infant nutrition products.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei posted an eye-popping 70% growth in 2015. It is now beating HTC and Sony when it comes to market share in Europe and is third only to Apple and Samsung when it comes to global smartphone sales.
An investigation by the Anti-Dumping Commission into imported Chinese solar photovoltaic modules has been reopened.
Production of the current iPhone models is predicted to be cut by 30 per cent in the January – March quarter.
The Caixin China PMI has recorded a tenth straight month of results showing the manufacturing sector continues to slow its output
Some of the country’s leading manufacturers will be among those participating in the 53rd Australian Export Awards this Friday in Melbourne.
The Welding Technology Institute of Australia has written to all federal MPs and senators, requesting laws that properly support the local steel industry.
China’s manufacturing sector contracted for the third straight month in October, as the result of weak domestic and international demand.
An agreement has been reached between the federal government and opposition on the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), following a meeting between the trade minister and shadow minister last night.
Australia’ biggest fresh dairy company, the Japanese-owned Lion, has announced a second marketing partnership in China.
The Australian dollar’s rally will be short-lived, according to some economists, with downward pressure to come from the US Federal Reserve and elsewhere.
International sales of industrial robots boomed last year, and growth is predicted to continue expand sharply, particularly in China.
The World Economic Forum’s yearly global competitiveness report showed Australia improve by one place, but certain indicators showed reform was badly needed, according to the Australian Industry Group.
Activity in China’s manufacturing sector dropped to its lowest level since the Global Financial Crisis in September, according to a key index.
Frosty Boy Chief Executive Dirk Pretorius has returned to Australia with a positive outlook for
the country’s manufacturers and businesses looking to break into the Chinese market.
Victoria’s RayGen Technologies has said an investment of $2.5 million from its Chinese joint venture partner would see the company hire an additional 200 workers.
Many claims are made that Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with select trading partners will benefit Australian agriculture. OECD statistics say otherwise.
Nutritional supplements company Vitaco debuted on the ASX yesterday, and has predicted the surging demand from China for its products will continue.
Beijing has indicated it will use fiscal policy to encourage growth in the Chinese economy, following the recent turmoil in global markets.