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    1. He also believes that the increasing economic power of India and China will also drive momentum towards the region. However, there is a point at which the bubble will burst:
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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. 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. Brics Countries Should Embrace Innovation - Minister Radebe

      Explore allAfrica.com (Oct 29 2014)

      Brics Countries Should Embrace Innovation - Minister Radebe ... said innovaBRICS is a unique opportunity to promote closer cooperation between Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) countries. He said the Brics bloc is one of the most recognised in the world, and acco... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   India   Brazil

    3. Nuclear vendor workshops will allow potential suppliers to strut their stuff

      Explore BDlive (Oct 20 2014)

      Nuclear vendor workshops will allow potential suppliers to strut their stuff ...nt said it was envisaged that Energy Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson would be signing similar agreements with China during the first week of November 2014 and with Japan at a later stage. The department said the Nationa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   South Korea   Japan

    4. New ideas for improving contract management | by Wessel Pieters

      Explore MarketSqr Blog (Oct 16 2014)

      New ideas for improving contract management | by Wessel Pieters ...articularly when dealing with legalities or across language barriers, such as Terms and Conditions from, say, China or Russia. Foreign nations have been known to cite “Russian law” or the “GOST standard” as reasons why c... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   China

    5. BHP aims to slash iron ore costs to become cheapest supplier

      Explore BDlive (Oct 6 2014)

      BHP aims to slash iron ore costs to become cheapest supplier ...aining capex of approximately $5 per tonne over the next five years, we aim to be the lowest-cost supplier to China on an all-in cash basis," Mr Wilson said, adding that was just an aspiration. "I’m acutely aware that R... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   Australia   Brazil

    6. Huge opportunity for transport firms in FMCG industry

      Explore fin24.com (Oct 1 2014)

      Huge opportunity for transport firms in FMCG industry ... geographically integrated economy,” added Scott. - Fin24 The EU has ended a long-running telecoms row with China, dropping a threat to levy punitive tariffs on Chinese telecoms exports. ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   China

    7. State ships ‘to have 60% local content’

      Explore BDlive (Sep 22 2014)

      State ships ‘to have 60% local content’ ...cale. "It is quite a competitive and difficult market. With our labour rates we can’t compete against India, China and Brazil. The (department is) assisting us with grants, which will hopefully help bring down the cost ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Brazil   China

    8. Pamodzi, FAW set up black-owned African truck sales company

      Explore Engineering News (Sep 19 2014)

      Pamodzi, FAW set up black-owned African truck sales company ...tern-cape-province-or-state|south-africa-region|subsaharan-africa FAW South Africa (FAW SA), a subsidiary of China’s FAW Group, has established a joint venture with the Pamodzi Group, focusing on truck sales in South Af... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   China

    9. South Africa Q2 current account deficit widens to 6.2% of GDP

      Explore Polity.org.za (Sep 9 2014)

      South Africa Q2 current account deficit widens to 6.2% of GDP ...ort volumes were also weighed down by lower demand from trading partner countries in Asia, more in particular China, India, Thailand and Malaysia," the SARB said. ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Asia   South Africa

    10. The Risk of Supply Chain Failure

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Sep 5 2014)

      The Risk of Supply Chain Failure ...irectly into the software system.  If the products fail test, the shipment can be disallowed before it leaves China, thereby reducing risk of receiving bad product in the US and identifying where remedial action needs to... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Walmart   China

    11. Surged Measured in Air Cargo Supply Chains

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Sep 2 2014)

      ... by airlines in Asia-Pacific is encouraging as it demonstrates a recovery in trade and a positive response to China’s economic stimulus measures,” Tyler added. Earlier this year, analysts speculated that more shippers o... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   South Korea   Japan   China

    12. Bhp Billiton to focus on energy assets

      Explore fin24.com (Sep 1 2014)

      Bhp Billiton to focus on energy assets ...the global mining giant was switching its focus to energy, with iron ore and coal to receive less emphasis as China's demand for steel slows. Mackenzie said the growing focus on BHP's energy assets, including copper, fo... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Asia   China   BHP Billiton

    13. Opportunities beckon in Africa but Oz firms face stiff competition

      Explore MiningWeekly.com (Aug 29 2014)

      ...tralia’s investment in Africa was currently worth around A$40-billion. “This figure puts Australia alongside China and Canada as leading miner investors in the continent. Australia’s investment in African resources is a... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Africa   Canada

    14. Supply glut hits iron-ore prices

      Explore BDlive (Aug 29 2014)

      Supply glut hits iron-ore prices ...ions led by Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton will intensify a glut. At the same time, economic growth has slowed in China, capping demand in the top steel-making nation. Mr Eder accurately forecast in June 2012 that iron-ore... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   London   China   Bloomberg

    15. The five features of intelligent category management

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Aug 21 2014)

      The five features of intelligent category management ...nt of the consequences of their actions and recommendations. I know of a company that bought cheap steel from China and then had to handle the fallout from a burst pressure vessel. In an industry as health and safety con... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China

    16. Thinking about TCO? Context is everything | by Dion de Gruchy

      Explore MarketSqr Blog (Aug 12 2014)

      Thinking about TCO? Context is everything | by Dion de Gruchy ...ted than it first appears.   Scenarios Magic Trading Company imports thousands of electric motors from China and distributes them in Europe. It has a significant spend on electric motors. African Oil Refineries pu... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   South Africa   Boeing   China

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