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One In Three UK Firms Struggling With Operating Costs - ONS

Manufacturing and real estate reported the largest percentage of businesses indicating that turnover exceeded operating costs, at 54% and 53% respectively

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Japan's Factory Output Rebounds, Jobless Rate Falls As Lockdown Lifts

Manufacturers surveyed by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) expect output to jump 11.3% in July and 3.4% in August

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The Global Manufacturing Dilemma and Opportunities in India

The industrial sentiment around India is very positive and this will certainly lead to companies moving their supply chains to our country.

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Singapore Manufacturing Drops 6.7% In June

The median of eight economists' forecasts was for a 0.8% rise, after the gauge dropped a revised 8.1% in May.

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South Korea's SK Bioscience In Deal With AstraZeneca On Vaccine

South Korea's health ministry arranged discussions between the two companies and will also begin discussions with AstraZeneca to introduce the vaccine to the country

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Singapore And Malaysia To Reopen Business Travel Next Month

Malaysia is also a major source of staples for Singapore, which imports more than 90% of its food supplies, and goods have been crossing the border since the restrictions on people were imposed in mid-March.

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Honda Siel Power Products To Be Known As Honda India Power Products

Honda India Power Products was established in September 1985. It manufactures and markets a range of portable generators, water pumps, tillers and general-purpose engine at its manufacturing facility at Greater Noida.

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China Is A Forced Choice, A Rogue Trader; India Not An ‘Automatic’ Alternative

Manufacturers will have substantial new opportunities; sparked by innovation and the emergence of a new global consuming class.

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Manufacturing Slump Eases As World Emerges From Pandemic

The International Monetary Fund expected the global economy to shrink 4.9% this year and rebound just 5.4% next year.

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India's Factory Activity Contracts For Third Straight Month In June

The virus has infected over half a million people in the world's second-most populous nation, stalling economic activity, but Wednesday's survey suggested the worst may be over for the economy, at least for now.

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Asian Shares Inch Higher As Data Drives Rebound Hopes

Japan's Nikkei slipped 0.2%, though, U.S. stock futures fell 0.3% and gold sat close to an eight-year peak, pointing to elevated caution.

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China's June Factory Activity Quickens, But Exporters Struggle Amid Pandemic

The uptick was underpinned by the quickening pace of expansion in production, which grew to 53.9 in June from 53.2 the previous month.

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China's Factory Activity Likely Slowed In June On Subdued Global Demand

Earlier this month a cluster that has steadily grown to more than 200 cases associated with a food market emerged in Beijing, underscoring the ever present economic threat posed by the virus.

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Vaccine Alliance Finds Manufacturing Capacity For 4 Bln Doses Of Coronavirus Vaccines

CEPI has deployed up to $829 million so far in the search for a COVID-19 vaccine through partnerships with nine developers, with the hope that at least some will be successful.

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Inovio Gets $71 Million From U.S. Defense Dept For COVID-19 Vaccine Device

Inovio said a previous version of the device has been used in clinical trials to safely dose more than 2,000 patients

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