While the WTO Bali agreement may be good for global trade and the lubes industry, there is a need for more stringent policing of lubes st
National reforms announced in October's plenary could be good news for China's smaller domestic lubes producers.
The re-balance in the lubricants economy; UEIL conference contributions, refining over-capacity squeezes the oil majors and the Middle East
China's high-quality lubricants production is on the rise as the country's vehicle market and performance levels increases.
PMIs are generally on the up, despite the threat to the world's economy from the US Budget battle.
New look China Bulletin, internet marketing and China's mobile marketing boom.
Is corporate acquisition necessarily a good thing for either party?
Trade disputes, economic growth and collaboration.
BRICS v The Old World - are the emerging countries losing ground to the economic 'old guard'?
GDP remains a thorny issue for Chinese legislators and lubes producers alike.