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Super typhoon ravages South China

Super Typhoon Rammasun, the most powerful typhoon that has landed in China in four decades, has left parts of South China devastated, and the local residents and businesses are still struggling.

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Shanghai JND building new factory in Anhui

Chinese plastic food container manufacturer Shanghai JND Packaging Co. is investing US$16 million (RMB 100 million) in a new factory that will open in Anhui province by the end of the year.

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Liya Packing adding capacity

Chinese packing materials manufacturer Xiongxian Liya Packing Material, Co. is increasing its capacity this year.

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Qianxiang planning IPO

Qianxiang Group, owner of Shanghai Qianxiang Machinery Equipment Company, a manufacturer of end packaging machines, is making plans to go on the Shanghai Stock Exchange this fall in October.

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Chem-Trend launches China R&D center, expanding production

Chem-Trend LP launched a new research and development center in China on July 14, aiming to steadily increase the share of new products in its total sales.

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GE marks a moon shot victory with a shoe focused on materials

GE -- a company long known for making consumer goods such as refrigerators and light bulbs -- is launching a campaign Wed designed to show how some of its advanced materials have industrial and scientific applications, such as helping man walk on the moon.

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This is one bump that looks good on a car

PSA Peugeot Citroen Group is using plastic for both design and protection on the exterior of one of its newest cars.

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New China facility helps W&H focus on healthy growth

TAICANG, CHINA -- The offices are quiet at the China facility of Windmöller & Hölscher KG, the German manufacturer of blown and cast film and printing presses, which began operations near Shanghai at the beginning of the year.

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Samsung suspends China molder accused in child labor investigation

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has suspended its business with a South Korean-owned molder in China, in the midst of child labor allegations.

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Cytec building team to develop lower cost carbon fiber production

Cytec Industries Inc. plans to team up with a German company to find lower-cost ways of creating carbon fiber.

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