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Shanghai ( chinadaily.com.cn) Jack Trout, international brand strategist, said Chinese companies need to upgrade their brands to be successful as international brands in China. China's manufacturing sector needs to shift from world factories to world
The Abbott government want a free-trade agreement with China within 12 months. Photo: Bloomberg Trade Minister Andrew Robb has described free trade talks with China as his highest priority and denied the Abbott government was trying to rush through
Auckland bio-fuels pioneer Lanzatech has been named the second "hottest" bio-technology company in the world and 4th hottest for bio-chemicals at the same time as announcing a new contract with leading Korean petro-chemical company SK Innovation. The
It might sound ridiculous for a steelmaker to raise pigs, but Chinese steelmaking firms are showing unprecedented interest in non-steel businesses to cope with the challenge of low profits amid a downturn. Non-steel business turnover of China's seven
According to the interim report s of 32 listed rare-earth producers, total first-half earnings fell 46.6 percent to 2.9 billion yuan ($473.8 million)...Another 27 made a profit, but in each case, the number was lower than in the first half of 2012.
Iron ore Fortescue Metals Group's stalled joint venture with Baosteel has been energised by a $1.1 billion investment by a Taiwanese plastic and steel company. In a deal that sheds light on the value of the "FMG Iron Bridge" joint venture, as well as
It is the first time the Shanghai-based steel mill has increased product prices since May. Baosteel lowered prices for its main products in June and July on soft demand, and kept prices unchanged in August...In the 10 most recent trading days,
Ore with 62 per cent iron content rose for the fifth consecutive session overnight, adding $US3.10 a tonne to reach $US141.80, according to data provider Steel Index, the highest level since March 12. Traders also said a tender for Rio Tinto ore with
Outside investment to Xinjiang surged 34 percent year-on-year to 163 billion yuan ($26.5 billion) in the first half of 2013, local officials said on Sunday. Private funding accounted for 60 percent of all outside investment in the first half, said
Taipei, July 20 (CNA) China Steel Corp., Taiwan's largest steel maker, said Saturday that it has decided to leave domestic wholesale prices for its steel products unchanged for September deliveries, compared with July-August contracts.