Chinese manufacturers have urged the government to back its investment drive towards backward integration with friendlier policy

Leading smartphone manufacturer, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd., might stop producing mobile phones this year at Tianjin Samsung Telecom

Mainland Chinese stocks led Asian market gains on Tuesday after the highly anticipated meeting in Singapore of U.S. President Donald

The total number of people employed in the global renewable energy industry hit a record 10 million, data from the Renewable Energy

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has signed a $700.9 million (73.601 billion Japanese Yen) loan agreement with the

Car owners in Europe are paying about 400 euros ($460) a year more than they expected for fuel because of a record gap between what

World stocks and commodities rose Monday, boosted by upbeat Chinese data, while U.S. oil futures jumped to a near six-month high as

Japan’s steel maker, Kobe Steel, admission to faking data for metal used in cars and aircraft is raising concerns about safety, just

The European Central Bank is now wrestling with a problem facing monetary policy makers around the western world—dialing back stimulus

Taiwan, Japan and Slovenia lead in a survey of 43 countries where companies are ramping up their hiring after a year of political