Teijin anticipated it’s automotive composite business sales to reach around EUR 1.7 billion by 2030

Teijin has committed to expand its automotive capabilities globally, following the acquisition of CSP in 2017. Technology developments include Sereebo, the world’s first mass -production technology for carbon fibre reinforced thermoplastic (CFRTP), and in Europe, TENAX Part via Preform (PvP). Developed by Teijin Carbon Europe, the group’s core carbon-fibres business, PvP is a material process … More Teijin anticipated it’s automotive composite business sales to reach around EUR 1.7 billion by 2030

Steering the World toward more cooperation, not less

By guest authors Vitor Gaspar, Sean Hagan, and Maurice Obstfeld from IMF, the International Money Fund Countries cooperate if they perceive it to be in their best interests, both economically and politically. Global cooperation in the aftermath of World War II—through a system of rules, shared principles, and institutions—has delivered major economic and social progress, … More Steering the World toward more cooperation, not less

Shinsegae’s luxury brand to open at France’s Le Bon Marche

South Korean retail giant Shinsegae said Wednesday a private brand of its luxury select outlet, Boon the Shop, will open at an upscale department store in France, as the company moves to expand its presence in the global fashion market. The launch of Boon the Shop at Le Bon Marche in Paris next month comes … More Shinsegae’s luxury brand to open at France’s Le Bon Marche

Edinburgh Woollen Mill “has ended business with House of Fraser” as negotiations fail

Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM) has pulled all of its stock from House of Fraser following an announcement yesterday that had closed it concessions. According to Drapers, vans will be arriving as early as of September 5, 2018 to remove all EWM stock from House of Fraser’s entire store network. House of Fraser currently stock … More Edinburgh Woollen Mill “has ended business with House of Fraser” as negotiations fail