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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. 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

    3. 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

    4. 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

    5. 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

    6. 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

    7. 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

    8. More doom looms for metals

      Explore BDlive (Jan 11 2015)

      More doom looms for metals ...over the world’s biggest consumer of industrial raw materials is expected to persist. Most economists expect China’s economy to have grown by 7.4% in 2014 — the slowest rate recorded since 1990. China props up demand f... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   China   Rio Tinto

    9. Commodities conundrum a hard one to puzzle out

      Explore BDlive (Jan 6 2015)

      Commodities conundrum a hard one to puzzle out ...al growth, and in particular the slowdown in China’s economic growth rate and the shift in the composition of China’s growth away from the heavy investment and infrastructure-led pattern of the past. That’s the underlyin... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   Sasol

    10. Chinese Contract Manufacturing

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jan 6 2015)

      ...at changes need to be made in your strategic plan.  Don’t be complacent about managing your China CMs.  Go to China every quarter for a business review with your CMs.  Now is a perfect time to plan for Q1. 4.7 percent a... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China

    11. New innovation unit to kickstart industries

      Explore BDlive (Dec 18 2014)

      New innovation unit to kickstart industries ...nabled innovation, Mr Qhena said. Among the IDC’s planned investments is a steel project in partnership with China’s state-owned Hebei Iron and Steel Group. The venture would stimulate competition in the domestic steel... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Brazil   Africa   South Korea

    12. Nuclear tender to follow talks with potential vendors

      Explore BDlive (Dec 17 2014)

      Nuclear tender to follow talks with potential vendors ...he Presidency said on Wednesday. Intergovernmental framework agreements had been signed with Russia, France, China, South Korea and the US, marking the “initiation of the preparatory stage for the procurement process”, ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   South Korea   Japan

    13. Cheaper oil means cheap commodities

      Explore iol.co.za (Dec 10 2014)

      Cheaper oil means cheap commodities ...ent, SocGen estimates. Costs are falling as surpluses emerge in copper and sugar and as the economy slows in China, the top consumer of energy, metals, pork and soya beans. The Bloomberg commodity index of 22 items is h... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Opec   China   Bloomberg

    14. CPO Vigilance: The Most Effective Risk Insurance

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Dec 8 2014)

      CPO Vigilance: The Most Effective Risk Insurance ...of the type of political instability that holds risks for local businesses and the global economy. Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, Thailand, the Middle East, and parts of Africa and Latin America are experiencing or have rece... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Russia   China

    15. Transnet enters joint venture with Chinese locomotive firm

      Explore BDlive (Dec 4 2014)

      Transnet enters joint venture with Chinese locomotive firm ...o be awarded, earlier this year, a R50bn contract for the building of 1,064 locomotives. The other three were China CNR Corporation, German-based Bombardier Transportation, and General Electric of the US. CSR Zhuzhou and... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Beijing   Africa   South Africa

    16. African cotton farmers demand end to government subsidies

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Dec 4 2014)

      African cotton farmers demand end to government subsidies ...tion costs, according to the International Cotton Advisory Committee (ICAC). The demand has been supported by China, Argentina, India, Nigeria and Brazil. According to ICAC, cotton production will remain the same in 2014... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Brazil   Pakistan

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