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    1. Input cost increases have been a steady headwind to margins for some time now, Metals and energy pricing, forex and China wage inflation are more difficult to forecast.
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    2. Flows out of equities into cash have reached capitulation levels, especially in the US, but it's significant that a revival in optimism towards China has survived the global correction.
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    3. There is nothing wrong with exporting products from China and then importing again if all the procedures are legal.
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    2. Is a new nuclear programme for SA affordable?

      Explore Polity.org.za (Apr 15 2014)

      Is a new nuclear programme for SA affordable? ...ns be based on good technical analyses or on international political considerations (regarding relations with China, France, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the US)? "The process should be transparent," he affirmed. The ... (Read Full Article)

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    3. Chinese outline plans for mammoth R84bn Modderfontein ‘city’

      Explore Polity.org.za (Apr 10 2014)

      Chinese outline plans for mammoth R84bn Modderfontein ‘city’ ... development, dubbed Zendai Modderfontein, would be funded by Zendai, the Export-Import Bank of China and the China Development Bank and was envisaged to house 100 000 residents, and employ a further 200 000 people upon ... (Read Full Article)

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    4. Spring clean your supplier relationships

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Apr 8 2014)

      Spring clean your supplier relationships ... good SRM look like? Latest articles on analysis Domestic disturbance 08 April 2014 Five tips: Dealing in China 08 April 2014 Barter for talent 08 April 2014 ADVERTISEMENT 10 April 2014 Have your supplier relat... (Read Full Article)

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    5. Holcim, Lafarge agree merger to create cement giant

      Explore BDlive (Apr 7 2014)

      Holcim, Lafarge agree merger to create cement giant ...id on a conference call. The companies also have overlapping business operations in Canada, Brazil, India and China, he said. He declined to give more details on which countries might be most affected by asset sales. "W... (Read Full Article)

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    6. Drug maker GSK to invest in African factories, research

      Explore BDlive (Mar 31 2014)

      Drug maker GSK to invest in African factories, research ...ade emerging markets a key growth platform for GSK. He has stuck with the strategy despite recent problems in China, where the company’s sales have been hit by bribery allegations. Reuters DRUG maker GlaxoSmithKline (G... (Read Full Article)

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    7. Chinese suppliers don't deserve reputation for poor quality, say buyers

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Mar 27 2014)

      ... organisations are working with. “My personal opinion is the quality of the material my company imported from China did not meet our client’s quality standards so some clients strictly prohibited us from using Chinese ma... (Read Full Article)

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    8. Ocean Carriers Moving Towards Strategic Alliances: The P3 Network

      Explore Spend Matters (Mar 25 2014)

      Ocean Carriers Moving Towards Strategic Alliances: The P3 Network ...arm customers, the maritime community, and world trade. Similar regulatory entities in the European Union and China are expected to give their resolution about the network. According to the Maersk Line webpage, P3 Netwo... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   European Union   Asia   France

    9. Transnet splits R50bn, 1 064 locomotives contract between four global rail groups

      Explore Engineering News (Mar 17 2014)

      Transnet splits R50bn, 1 064 locomotives contract between four global rail groups ...tives. China North Rail Rolling Stock South Africa|Diesel|General Electric South Africa Technologies|Transnet|China|Freight Logistics|Brain Molefe|South Africa china-north-rail-rolling-stock-south-africa|diesel-company|... (Read Full Article)

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    10. Transnet awards train contract to GE, Bombardier

      Explore iol.co.za (Mar 17 2014)

      Transnet awards train contract to GE, Bombardier ...e Brian Molefe told a media briefing the contract would also go to China's top two train makers, CSR Corp and China CNR Corp. Details on the size of the individual contracts were not immediately available. - Reuters ... (Read Full Article)

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    11. Tesco emphasises ethics as plans to buy clothes from Ethiopia

      Explore Polity.org.za (Mar 13 2014)

      Tesco emphasises ethics as plans to buy clothes from Ethiopia ...ated violence in recent months has disrupted Bangladesh's clothing industry, the world's second biggest after China, while a shutdown by striking garment workers in Cambodia, another big supplier, has further squeezed gl... (Read Full Article)

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    12. What the Age of the Consumer Means to Industrial Manufacturing: A Conversation with Simon Ellis, Part II

      Explore Supply Chain Nation (Mar 11 2014)

      What the Age of the Consumer Means to Industrial Manufacturing: A Conversation with Simon Ellis, Part II ...oking at their supply networks. There are still a lot of U.S. manufacturers doing much of their production in China. But a lot of them are starting to rethink that, taking a broader view and thinking about bringing manuf... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Unilever   California   Japan

    13. Infrastructure plan gains traction, key to SA's growth

      Explore Polity.org.za (Mar 4 2014)

      Infrastructure plan gains traction, key to SA's growth ...dly hit by a slowdown in trade. “Of all the Brics [Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa] countries, China and South Africa have the most trade-exposed profile – the percentage of trade to GDP – so when the [glo... (Read Full Article)

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    14. Global factory growth stumbles as demand falters

      Explore iol.co.za (Mar 3 2014)

      Global factory growth stumbles as demand falters ...rowth, which slumped in January - the most in more than three decades. FRAGILE CHINA The HSBC/Markit PMI on China manufacturing fell to 48.5, a seven-month low and the third straight monthly decline in the index. A go... (Read Full Article)

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    15. Automotive sector will miss target, says PwC

      Explore iol.co.za (Feb 25 2014)

      ...nst faster-growing regions, such as China and India, and chief executives would probably put a new factory in China before coming to South Africa, particularly with some of the structural, labour and currency weakness is... (Read Full Article)

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    16. China highlights Wal-Mart's’s woes

      Explore iol.co.za (Feb 21 2014)

      ...ng China right is crucial for Wal-Mart's international ambitions. The world's largest retailer ranks third in China behind Sun Art Retail Group Ltd and state-backed China Resources Enterprise Ltd, according to Euromonito... (Read Full Article)

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