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Honda unveils first business jet

Apr 24 2015 11:15

Honda has unveiled its first private jet before it hits the market this summer, as the Japanese giant, targets deep-pocketed business flyers.

Industrial

China province fines Mercedes Benz $56m

Apr 23 2015 14:45

Chinese authorities have fined Mercedes-Benz $56m for violating anti-monopoly laws and price fixing, investigators say.

Industrial

PPC slows down expansion as debt piles up

Apr 22 2015 19:13

SA's biggest cement maker PPC will expand more slowly after spending on several cross-border projects jacked up its debt load, its chief executive says.

Industrial

S&P affirms Eqstra Holdings' rating

Apr 22 2015 09:12

S&P’s Rating Service has affirmed Eqstra Holdings' zaBBB+ rating, noting the company's resilient financial performance in a challenging domestic environment.

Industrial

BHP slows iron ore expansion on price drop

Apr 22 2015 17:45

BHP Billiton will curb the pace of its iron ore expansion in Australia as a supply glut sees prices trade near a 10-year low.

Industrial

Petrobas scandal exacts economic toll on Brazil

Apr 21 2015 11:44

The biggest ever corruption scandal at state-run oil company Petrobas is causing bankruptcies among suppliers, with job losses mounting by the tens of thousands.

Industrial

Adcorp seeks Africa expansion with R280m deal

Apr 20 2015 14:10

JSE-listed Adcorp has announced its acquisition of specialist oil and gas workforce recruiter, Dare, for an estimated R280m as it seeks to expand into Africa.

Industrial

Gama appointed acting CEO of Transnet

Apr 20 2015 13:40

Transnet has appointed Siyabonga Gama as the acting CEO of the ports and rail utility after Brian Molefe was seconded to head Eskom, which is struggling to meet demand.

Industrial

Sapref shutdown brought forward after worker dies

Apr 20 2015 14:15

A planned shutdown at the Sapref plant co-owned by Shell and BP, will be brought forward to this week after a worker died in hospital following a flash fire.

Industrial

Thin-film solar tech under scrutiny in China

Apr 19 2015 12:30

The potential of thin-film solar panels has put Li Hejun at the top of China's rich-list, but his Hanergy has yet to prove it can turn commercially successful.

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Industrial

Former Sacob boss Wakeford to head Armscor

Apr 17 2015 18:17

Former South African Chamber of Business chief executive Kevin Wakeford has been appointed the chief executive of Armscor.

Industrial

Amplats calls for fuel cell platinum in electric cars

Apr 17 2015 11:31

Automakers must expand their offerings of fuel-cell vehicles or risk being pushed out of the burgeoning electric-car market, according to Anglo American Platinum.

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