Global car exports by country were valued at US$698.2 billion for 2016. Cars represent the world’s number one export product, surpassing crude petroleum revenues handicapped by lower oil prices.
Energy commodity prices rose 4,4 % in August, while non-energy prices rose 1,3 percent.
As demand grows for more versatile, advanced robotics and other technologies, the need for components that can enable these applications also increases. Producing such components en masse has been a major challenge. But now, researchers report that they have developed a way to help meet this need by printing electronics that can fold themselves into a desired shape.
Global sales from truck exports by country amounted to US$117.3 billion in 2016.
Fit for Growth – German-South Eastern European Supplier Dialogue is the perfect opportunity to strengthen the business relationships between German buyers in various industries and suppliers from Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Moldova. The event combines information, know-how transfer, networking and B2B-possibilities. We want to discuss the latest developments in the industry with you and create a platform, enabling suppliers and buyers, to create a sustainable network.
Energy commodity prices rose 3,1 % in July, while non-energy prices rose 2 percent.
Advanced plastics could usher in lighter, cheaper, more energy-efficient product components, including those used in vehicles, LEDs and computers -- if only they were better at dissipating heat.
A new technique that can change plastic's molecular structure to help it cast off heat is a promising step in that direction.