The policy is the latest strategy to grow Ghana’s weak industrial base.
Smart water management isn’t just good for the earth. It’s good for business.
The popularity of unconventional luxury brand collaborations with young adult Chinese consumers opens potential opportunities for local producers of high end goods.
Despite significant financial and political pressures, many companies are still not moving their production and manufacturing out of China. Why not?
Two glass researchers explain how glass is made, the unique properties of glass and how those properties have allowed it to be a useful material to humans for thousands of years.
Ruto’s administration continues to borrow, just like the previous regime.
A heritage-listed hat factory has burned down in Surry Hills. The suburb was once a hub of fashion manufacturing.
Ten years after the collapse at Rana Plaza in Bangladesh, the garment industry’s deadliest disaster, reforms are incomplete. The opaqueness of today’s complex supply chain is part of the problem.
Soaring electric vehicle production is giving new life to old manufacturing plants that were all but written off in the United States. Australia is also in a position to revive its carmaking industry.
Companies like it when your phone breaks and you have to buy another. But we’d all save a lot of money if we could actually repair the things we purchased.
To ensure the ‘complete transparency’ promised by Anthony Albanese, the new National Reconstruction Fund can learn from the Reserve Bank of Australia.
For the kind of money the federal and Ontario governments probably spent for a Volkswagen EV battery plant in southwestern Ontario, Canada might have been able to launch its own EV maker.
Organ models that more accurately capture finer details could reduce surgical error and lead to personalized implants.
Average farm machinery use in Africa is among the lowest in the world.
The incentives to bring manufacturing back to the US will affect productivity, but in ways that might be surprising.
Manufacturing firms exposed to increased Chinese competition employed fewer female production workers than men.
Graphene is superstrong and superconductive, and it has applications in everything from construction to electronics. But to date there have been almost no commercial uses of the material.
Historians will pinpoint Biden’s decision on 7 October 2022 as the moment at which US and Chinese technology decoupling became inevitable.
The barriers and benefits to reviving the UK textile industry.
How to spot the changes made to goods and services as a result of rising costs.