Greece, Portugal, Italy, and Spain are in recessions. Germany and France are faring better, but both are likely to grow more slowly this year than America.
The United States has won a trade dispute with China over that country's treatment of foreign companies that process credit card payments and other electronic transactions.
Uniforms for U.S. Olympic athletes are American red, white and blue — but made in China. That has members of Congress fuming.
Our third annual iteration of the IMPO Energy Intelligence Report has followed an industry all the more hungry for cost savings. As industrial manufacturers work to propel their businesses forward, they must choose between investing in the equipment they need, or falling behind in the face of fierce domestic and global competition.
Alan Uke, the San Diego entrepreneur who created the federal smog index for automobiles, is declaring the week around the Fourth of July as ‘Buy American Week’ and urges all Americans to do their patriotic part to bolster the American economy by buying goods made in the United States.
The tide has begun to turn on the flow of manufacturing jobs from the U.S. to China and other low-cost countries, according to a new study.
Toyota is considering building a new plant in Tianjin as it seeks to catch up with rivals from the U.S., Europe, and South Korea in the world's largest auto market, company officials said.
It’s a tricky time for China, as its previous strategy of pushing hard on the gas pedal to grow GDP at any cost won’t work any longer.
General Motors is making progress in restructuring its money-losing European operations, CEO Dan Akerson told shareholders.
Industry experts discuss how the value proposition for certain outsource locations has been shifting, and whether the list of "low cost" countries might now include the U.S.
Fuji Heavy Industries is considering building a new plant in the U.S. after facing difficulty launching production in China, sources said.
Auto parts and building equipment maker Johnson Controls plans on building a $200M automotive battery plant in China as it looks to get a better foothold in the growing market.
Competition in the Indian commercial vehicle market is intensifying as global automakers seek to expand in the major emerging economy.
Kawasaki said it will form a joint venture with a major Chinese motorcycle maker in Chongqing by the summer of 2014 to launch motorcycle production in China.
The Obama administration moved to impose stiff new tariffs on wind-energy towers made in China, the latest strike in an escalating trade war over clean energy.
Taiwan's government says it will allow the export of hundreds of strategic high-tech goods to China if exporters can prove that North Korea or Iran will not be their final destinations.
Frustrated by China's market barriers, European companies might shift future investment to other economies, a business group said Tuesday.
China filed WTO cases Friday challenging U.S. anti-subsidy tariffs on 22 Chinese goods including steel, widening a conflict between the two giant trading partners.
With defense spending in the U.S. tight, Boeing Co. is aiming to get 30 percent of its defense revenue from overseas, the company's CEO said.
Belfance doesn’t believe that consumables manufacturing isn’t possible in America.
How do you compete in a market space dominated by low cost imported products with an American-made product?
Will Americans buy a Chinese smartphone? We're about to find out, as Huawei, one of the world's biggest phone makers, is planning a big push into U.S. cellphone stores.
A rise in consumer goods lifted imports to a record level, outpacing a solid gain in U.S. exports.
China agreed to let foreigners own bigger stakes in its securities firms and promised to limit export subsidies after a high-level dialogue with the United States.
As China and Vietnam, along with other Asian countries, continue to develop manufacturing expertise, their efforts can spur us to revitalize America's entrepreneurial leadership.