Cable maker South Ocean agrees price-fixing fine

Subsidiary South Ocean Electric Wire Company was found to be part of a cartel via the Association of Electric Cable Manufacturers

Canadian automotive supplier Magna revs up hybrid deal

The BMW 530 plug-in hybrid will be made at Magna’s plant in Austria

Lockheed in pact with Tata to build F-16s in India

Foreign suppliers have to make aircraft in India with a local partner to help build a domestic industrial base

Middle East and Africa a lure for General Electric

GE is interested in railway opportunities in Algeria, as well as the next phase of Egypt’s transport expansion

Moody’s guns for state entities and big business

The ratings agency targets major South African industrial players in its slew of downgrades

Group Five acted in bad faith, says Allan Gray

Allan Gray: ‘All they had to do was send the notice to shareholders. How this can take six weeks is beyond me’

Airbus sets Brexit demands

Airbus may look beyond UK unless its Brexit demands are met, say reports

Plunging shares baffle ArcelorMittal

ArcelorMittal’s share price slumps 7% after Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies defended government’s policy of using import duties to protect the steel ...

Plastics SA takes measures to keep our oceans clean

On World Oceans Day, SA’s plastics industry looks to limit plastic in oceans — a problem the extent of which ‘we haven’t begun to understand’

BUSINESS DAY TV: ‘We would prefer a stronger environment, but we can live with the one we’re in’

Darryll Castle, CEO of PPC, talks about a 93% slump in full-year earnings after S&P Global Ratings cut the cement producers credit rating

Why ArcelorMittal SA was protected

Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies argues that the state's action helped to preserve SA’s primary steel production

PPC takes pain for later gain

Profit takes a huge knock, but rights issue has stabilised finances and projects elsewhere in Africa are kicking in PPC says it attained several key milestones ...

Highveld Steel looks after retrenched employees

Business-rescue team pays retrenched employees from rentals after attempt to sell the business failed

Goodyear and Continental lose traction in complaint about price-fixing

In 2010, the Competition Commission referred a complaint to the Tribunal against four tyre makers and industry body the SA Tyre Manufacturers Conference

NEWS ANALYSIS: Renewables sector being ravaged by state’s failure to co-ordinate

DCD Group sells its R536m wind towers joint-venture plant in the Coega industrial zone for R1, writes Mark Allix

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