Tag Archives: manufacturing

Dalian: China’s garden city

The biggest free trade port in Northern China, Dalian is a modernised international shipping metropolis serving as a gateway to Beijing and Tianjin.

More for less: investing in innovation for China’s sustainable growth

In the wake of the global economic crisis, dwindling natural resources and ever-increasing needs of a growing population we face a stark question

Thirsty work

The environmental and social cost of producing semiconductors could be too high for China to bear.

airplane

In for the Long Haul

Aerospace and aviation are both growing industries in China

An Industry on the Up

The Chinese aerospace manufacturing market has become a fairly hot media topic in recent years

helicopter

A Soft Landing

When he first came to China in 2007 Angelo Cecchini only envisioned being here for a few months. Six years on he is still here

Train station on the roadside, Hefei, Anhui Province, China

Hefei: Emerging destination for foreign investment

Hefei plays an important role in linking central China’s coastal regions due to its convenient location located between the Yangtze and the Huaihe Rivers

Learning to Fly

China’s economy, and its meteoric rise, has been dissected many times before and continues to be a subject that deserves constant examination.

Animal

How Animal Feed Affects Our Food

The feed consumed by livestock ultimately has a profound effect on the food that ends up on our tables, whether it is meat, eggs, milk or other dairy products.

Processing meat

Operational Challenges in the Chinese Meat Industry

It took RTJ Tastes Ltd around 18 months to get their China business up and running, during which time they had to go through the not inconsiderable formalities of certification