A joint team to monitor manufacturing sector’s compliance with existing regulations.
Thai firm plans on manufacturing electronic compliance products in Pursat province.
Guangzhou approves a three-year action plan to elevate its manufacturing industry to the next level.
China’s high-tech manufacturing industry sees improving profitability.
The “unexpected” trade spat between Japan and South Korea revealed that it is the support from Japanese suppliers that has allowed South Korean companies to dominate the semiconductor market for so many years.
The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) last week approved 11 projects worth nearly $600 million.
The purchasing managers’ index for China’s manufacturing sector came in at 50.5.
The Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) has approved 170 investment projects during the first nine months of the year, 25 more projects than during the same period last year.
Commerce Minister urges American businesses to invest in the manufacturing sector.
Japanese investment in the kingdom was valued at $1.6 billion in 2017.
Bespoke leather shoemaking has historically been dominated by European artisans but Japan developed a taste for the luxury footwear at the beginning of the 2000s.
China’s manufacturing slows as steps to reduce pollution force factories to reduce production.
A euphoric mood among German constructors and manufacturers drives business confidence to an all-time high.
A group of Japanese investors are visiting Cambodia in search of business opportunities.
Half of businesses operating in Britain’s food supply chain say workers could be leaving.
Banteay Meanchey provincial court is questioning four men accused of manufacturing bogus US currency.
China’s manufacturing sector cools as foreign demand for Chinese goods slacken, but infrastructure push keeps construction moving.
It may be too late to affect North Korea’s trajectory decisively; but it is not too late to learn from the experience.
Confidence among Japan’s big manufacturers have hit their highest level in more than three years in the June quarter.
British factories have been left out of a surge in activity across much of Asia and Europe.