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The German auto supplier invested $41.6 million and will employ up to 235 employees at the Montgomery, AL manufacturing facility.
The hygiene and health company's new facility at its Mannheim, Germany tissue plant site will use a new proprietary technology to produce pulp from alternative fiber.
The German company, which operates its biopharm business as EMD Serono in the U.S. and Canada, will invest $70 million to expand its Billerica, MA facility.
The German company will create 50 or more new jobs in the expansion of its North American Headquarters in Elgin, IL.
The $73 million investment is part of wider $1 billion investment that will transform the Darmstadt site into the company’s contemporary global headquarters.
The German manufacturer of polystyrene foams will invest $45 million in a new manufacturing facility in Banks County, GA.
Business Facilities' 2018 Global Rankings Report measures international locations’ progress on a range of factors, including cybersecurity, renewable energy, economic growth potential, global competitiveness, and beyond.
Europe’s biggest economy is expected to continue growing for the rest of 2017 and 2018.
China, the U.S. and Germany are the global leaders in Installed Wind Power Capacity in Business Facilities' 13th Annual Rankings Report. China is also tops among Renewable Energy Investment Leaders.
European nations top the 2016 IMD World Talent Ranking, which rates economies on how equipped they are to develop, attract, and retain business talent.
Würth Service Supply Inc. is expanding its Greenwood, IN headquarters, with help from tax credits based on the company's plans to create up to 60 new jobs.
Retailer Lidl will invest $100 million to establish a new regional headquarters and distribution center in Cecil County, MD.
Vetter plans to invest $320 million and create 300 jobs at its Des Plaines, IL manufacturing facility.
U.S. and China hold top two Foreign Direct Investment positions for fourth straight year; Canada ranks #3; Germany rises to #4 to lead Europe.
The global life sciences industry has adopted an attitude of cautious optimism, expecting reliable growth that will fall short of pre-recession investment surges.
Nine states and Washington D.C. lead the pack in electricity grid modernization. Navagant Research forecasts that the global Smart Grid as a Service (SGaaS) market, estimated at $1.7 billion in 2014, will grow to $11 billion in 2023.
Researchers at West Virginia University blew the whistle on Volkswagen’s dirty diesel two years ago.
The former Humvee plant in Indiana now makes Mercedes SUVs for export to China.
China is the top-ranked nation among Renewable Energy Investment Leaders in Business Facilities’ annual Global Rankings Report. Switzerland retained its crown as the top-ranked nation in Global Competitiveness.
There hasn’t been a lot of good economic news coming from Europe these days, but the continent is getting a much-needed boost from its growing biotech/pharma labs.
China is expected to become the top U.S. investor in 2016 and beyond.
A skilled workforce and ultra-efficient government services make Indiana fertile ground for business growth and an attractive landing spot for foreign investment.
A resurgent bioscience sector pulls Europe into recovery, while U.S. biotech leaders train the next generation of an essential skilled workforce.
Germany's auto giants are set to unleash billions of dollars to expand North American production.
The company’s first U.S. service center is expected to come online in the third quarter of this year and will allow voxeljet to print on-demand parts, molds, cores and models for automotive and other industrial customers.
Expanded federal subsidies spurred a bevy of year-end wind power project announcements, including a $1.9-billion deal in Iowa.
The EU's financial union may be cracking, but our friends overseas seem to be uniting over one thing: they don't like fracking.
Volkswagen seeks the middle ground as the UAW targets the German automaker's assembly plant in a right-to-work state.
European company’s first U.S. steel facility will result in more than 2,200 direct and indirect jobs in Northwest Louisiana.
German company to invest $17.5 million in its first U.S. plant; project stems from Governor’s visit in January.
With a total estimated investment of $600 million, the new facility in Gray Court, SC is the largest single venture in ZF's history.
As the global financial system continues to mend, venture capital is beginning to flow back into the biotechnology sector. In Europe, the largest biomed players are thriving, while entrepreneurial biotech start-ups gain traction in the U.S. From the March/April 2013 issue.
German-based automotive supplier to locate U.S. headquarters in Murray; will invest more than $12 million and create 120 jobs.
Restarting the Engine for European Growth: Spillover effects are traveling back and forth between emerging and advanced economies.
Spillover effects are traveling back and forth between emerging and advanced economies. From the May/June 2012 issue.
Luster, muster and clusters—the State of Bavaria has it all. A magical capital, an indefatigable work ethic and a sound economic development model ensure this German giant's overwhelming success.
Its domestic economy may be limited, but Austria pulsates at the heart of the European Union and excels at exporting its diverse products to the United States.
World-famous for its expertise in automotive manufacturing and brewing beer, modern Germany also has established itself as a media magnet, an IT hub, and a finance center.