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Archives for 2012

China’s foreign trade recovers in September

Mainland China’s trade bounced back strongly in September 2012, giving optimism to recovering demand at home and abroad that may lead to a soft landing in Q4 of this year. Exports increased 9.9% from a year earlier to USD 186.3bn […]

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FedEx to establish USD100m freight hub at Pudong

FedEx will construct a new USD100m cargo center at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport. The US-based cargo forwarder said that the 134,000 sqm international express and cargo hub should be built by 2017 and will be capable of handling 36,000 parcels […]

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Dongfeng acquires Sweden’s T Engineering

China’s Dongfeng Motor announced it has purchased a 70% stake in Swedish engineering firm T Engineering AB, formerly a unit of the bankrupt car manufacturer, Saab automobile. The acquisition paves the way for Dongfeng to establish its first overseas R&D […]

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China’s Oct PMI shows improvement

After three months of contraction, China’s manufacturing activity has finally swung back to its feet after the purchasing manager’ index (PMI) rose to 50.2 in October from 49.8 in September. The recent PMI increase adds to signs of rebounding growth […]

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Chinas power consumption slows as factory output drops

The National Energy Administration (NEA) said that total power consumption in China slowed in September from a year earlier to 405.1bn KW due to diminished factory activity and industrial output. The NEA said China’s total electricity consumption grew by only […]

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