manufacturing sector

UK Economy Picks Up Speed, Defying Predictions of Brexit Wobble

LONDON – Britain’s economy picked up during a second quarter that concluded with the vote to leave the European Union, helped by the biggest upturn in industrial production since 1999, according to official data on Wednesday. Second-quarter gross domestic product grew

David Cameron Visits A Manufacturing Business To Discuss The EU Referendum

Nestle to Buy Rest of Israeli Foodmaker Osem for $840 Million

Swiss food giant Nestle has agreed to buy out minority shareholders in Israel’s largest listed foodmaker Osem for about $840 million, increasing foreign ownership of leading Israeli food producers. Nestle has invested in Osem for over 20 years and already

A crow flies above a sign of the world's biggest food company Nestle at their headquarters on August 10, 2011 in Vevey. Nestle posted a 13.7 percent fall in first half net profit to 4.7 billion Swiss francs ($6.5 billion, €4.5 billion), hurt by the strong Swiss franc against most …