International manufacturers are worried about China’s economy. Many companies are finding it hard to predict what will happen in the next few months – not to mention years.
For one company, flexibility is proving its best asset.
Investment, factory output and retail sales grew less than most analysts had expected in August, suggesting China's surging economy is losing some steam.
A survey released by the EU Chamber of Commerce in China has detailed a raft of regulatory barriers that European companies are confronted with in the Asian nation. It said businesses suffered from "promise fatigue."
Ministers from 34 major economies are meeting in Montreal this weekend at a summit called by the EU, Canada and China, as worries grow that the US will play a spoiler role at this year's climate summit in Bonn.
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