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It was the fourth consecutive month in which the index posted year-on-year gains. The industrial production index for Taiwan's manufacturing sector, which makes up more than 90 percent of the country's total industrial output, grew 5.3 percent to 109.
Indian manufacturers are unable to grow exports, which too have been stagnant for a couple of years. Then come all the governance issues: delays in regulatory approvals, disputes over public-private partnership projects for building infrastructure,
Activity in India's manufacturing sector expanded at its strongest pace in a year in February, a survey showed Monday, providing some relief after a clutch of recent weak data showed little signs of a turnaround in the economy. Purchasing Managers'
Media release 25 February 2014 New report reveals new insights for New Zealand manufacturing A new report being launched on 26 February reveals common traits of New Zealand's most successful manufacturers, how important the manufacturing sector is to
I for January was 56.2 (a PMI reading above 50.0 indicates that manufacturing is generally expanding; below 50.0 that it is declining). The sector has now been in expansion for 16 consecutive months, with the last six months also averaging 56.2.
Video British companies have been outsourcing production to countries like China and India for years but now a number of UK firms are increasingly 'reshoring' manufacturing operations back home. Ivor Bennett went to find out how it's working for UK
Economic growth in the United States will continue in 2014, say the nation's purchasing and supply management executives in their December 2013 Semiannual Economic Forecast. Expectations are for a continuation of the economic recovery that began in
Clarke, a businessman who served as state minister in the industry ministry during the 1990s, will be speaking on the topic 'Driving Growth for Manufacturing Through Policy and Best Practices'. In a media release yesterday, the JMA said the sector,
In a further sign of tentative recovery, businesses reported increased demand at home and abroad, according to the latest Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) from specialist bank Investec . Output increased for the third month in a row , while new
Markit purchasing managers index for the manufacturing industry stood at 48.5 in August, lower from 50.1 in July, indicating an overall contraction. The latest index reading was the lowest in over four and a half years and the first sub-50.0 reading