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    1. A combination of feeble global demand growth and strong supply growth is to blame. China remains key to the demand-side story.
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    2. Many smaller mines in China have stopped production due to the falling prices.
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    3. Steel mills in north China should be working at a reduced rate due to the Apec meeting.
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    2. Broad evaluation of suppliers can provide a competitive edge

      Explore BDlive (Mar 24 2015)

      Broad evaluation of suppliers can provide a competitive edge ... and supplier, equally committed in their mandates, collaborate. IS THE China tide turning? Not so long ago, China was perceived to be the deindustrialising juggernaut of developed and developing economies. Weak indust... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China

    3. Calculating Procurement Savings – Strategic Procurement | by Dion de Gruchy

      Explore MarketSqr Blog (Mar 18 2015)

      Calculating Procurement Savings – Strategic Procurement | by Dion de Gruchy ...ny multinationals from America and Europe now having their production located in developing countries such as China, they will need to learn very quickly how to control input costs to insure they protect their margins. (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   America   Africa   China

    4. More than 70 bids received for the REIPPPP fourth bid

      Explore Engineering News (Feb 25 2015)

      More than 70 bids received for the REIPPPP fourth bid ...eneration|Infrastructure|Power|Tina Joemat-Pettersson cogeneration|nuclear-company|projects|renewable-energy|china|france|russia|south-korea|united-states|cogeneration-industry-term|energy|nuclear-industry-term|cogenera... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   South Korea   France

    5. Geo-Political Risk

      Explore Sourcing Innovation (Feb 24 2015)

      ...onsider is the cost. From a risk perspective, in the short-term, it costs more to work with a supplier out of China than it does to buy from someone down the road. In most companies, there’s not enough emphasis placed on... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   Syria

    6. ‘It has become more difficult to be corrupt in China’

      Explore space for transparency (Feb 23 2015)

      ‘It has become more difficult to be corrupt in China’ ... among the countries with the largest decline in points, despite a high profile anti-corruption campaign that China’s president Xi Jinping launched in 2013. Is corruption getting worse in China? I don’t think so. O... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Taiwan   China

    7. SAA moves at last to cull lossmaking routes, flags major future changes

      Explore Polity.org.za (Feb 17 2015)

      SAA moves at last to cull lossmaking routes, flags major future changes ...illion in yearly savings would arise as a direct result of a decision to cull lossmaking services to Beijing, China, and Mumbai, India, as from the end of March. The cessation of the long-haul routes, together with impe... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Beijing   India   Airbus

    8. Solar companies face closure

      Explore Small Business Connect (Feb 16 2015)

      Solar companies face closure ...ectors in South Africa as it will require a significant investment and will have to compete with imports from China whose manufacturers benefit from subsidies,” he says. The cost to his business has been significant, h... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   South Africa   China   Department of Trade and Industry

    9. What Chinese Companies Want from International Deals

      Explore Harvard Business Review (Feb 11 2015)

      What Chinese Companies Want from International Deals ...ter? To be sure, deeper resource reserves, superior technology, and higher margins will make you stand out in China, but don’t ignore the value of taking the time to build a trusting relationship with your potential Chin... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   IBM   China   Volvo

    10. SA top renewable-energy investment destination, says global firm

      Explore Polity.org.za (Jan 20 2015)

      SA top renewable-energy investment destination, says global firm ...vestment has helped the country achieve top status [with] renewable-energy investors [from] countries such as China, the US, Germany and Japan. “The vast amount of natural resources available in South Africa, the countr... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   South Africa   Germany

    11. IMF lowers growth outlook for commodity exporters, SA included

      Explore Polity.org.za (Jan 20 2015)

      IMF lowers growth outlook for commodity exporters, SA included ...merging economies, to which sub-Saharan African countries export, especially China, as a major external risk. China consumes almost a quarter of global energy output and a half of global metal supply, but as its economy ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   IMF   Russia   Japan

    12. The Productivity Challenge of an Aging Global Workforce

      Explore Harvard Business Review (Jan 16 2015)

      The Productivity Challenge of an Aging Global Workforce ...nomies and an average of 6% of GDP in the four leading emerging economies — Brazil, China, India, and Russia. China’s health-care spending has almost tripled in the past five years and is projected to hit the $1-trillio... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Brazil   Russia

    13. Uganda launches public e-procurement system

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Jan 15 2015)

      Uganda launches public e-procurement system ...ld Economic Forum 15 January 2015 Orthopaedic framework agreement to combine NHS buying power 15 January 2015 China to lead coal consumption over next five years 15 January 2015 More purchasing and supply news ADVERTIS... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   World Bank   CIPS

    14. Bank flags metal price weakness as key risk to Africa’s 2015 outlook

      Explore Polity.org.za (Jan 14 2015)

      Bank flags metal price weakness as key risk to Africa’s 2015 outlook ...e demand for commodities, putting further downward pressure on prices, especially where supply is abundant.” China consumes almost a quarter of global energy output and a half of global metal supply, but as its economy ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   China

    15. African airlines struggle to benefit from oil’s fall

      Explore BDlive (Jan 12 2015)

      African airlines struggle to benefit from oil’s fall ...home currencies." World oil prices have plummeted over the past year, triggered by weaker economic growth in China and Europe. Brent crude has lost 57% of its value since June last year, dipping below the $50/barrel lev... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   US Federal Reserve   Nigeria

    16. Nov manufacturing down 1.3% y/y, below analyst expectations

      Explore Engineering News (Jan 12 2015)

      Nov manufacturing down 1.3% y/y, below analyst expectations ...t of renewed labour disruptions, expectations of slower growth in key export markets, particularly Europe and China, and sharply lower international commodity prices. “November’s disappointing manufacturing production n... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   South Africa   China

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