Elon Musk’s response to a tweet has sparked widespread speculation as to whether electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla will open a factory in India.
The world’s leading power industry operations and technologies companies operate an average of 124.6 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
Harmful fishing subsidies threaten already dwindling fish stocks, contribute to poor working conditions and harm the planet. They must be scrapped as a matter of urgency.
Putting an end to fishing subsidies is being discussed by the WTO, after 20 years of talks, but why are they deemed 'harmful'?
The Democratic Republic of the Congo could become the Saudi Arabia of the electric vehicle age, thanks to its vast reserves of cobalt. However, the use of child labour in its mining industry is causing consternation in the West.
All but dead a decade ago, the production of vinyl records is now big business. However, a combination of Covid-19 and major record label dominance is creating a vinyl shortage that is hitting smaller artists and labels.
The world’s leading apparel supply chain companies each operate an average of 185.8 subsidiaries, but which countries are in favour for these operations?
A report from the WWF states that more than half of EU fisheries workers earn less than the minimum wage, adding that some EU fishing subsidies are environmentally damaging.
The world’s leading food manufacturing and supply companies operate an average of 104.7 subsidiaries each. We reveal the global hotspots for these operations.
Whirlpool Argentina, the local subsidiary of global home appliance manufacturer Whirlpool, is to invest $40m in a new plant in Fatima, Argentina.
Civil engineering company Ramboll has opened a new office in Tokyo after securing five contracts for new wind farms in Japan, China, Taiwan and South Korea.