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China's reforms will proceed in the way the Chinese have brought their economy from virtually nothing to the powerhouse it is today.
The 56 million new trading accounts opened in the first half of 2015 in China will be seen as one of the warning signs of crisis.
China's investment and factory output growth missed forecasts in August, suggesting the economy has cooled further, possibly spurring more support measures.
Hong Kong police are investigating a series of deposits allegedly linked to Malaysian PM Najib Razak, the Financial Times reports.
The BOK kept its policy interest rate steady, a widely expected move as it assesses the effects of its two rate cuts this year.
A China unit of Apple underpaid taxes in 2013 by 452 million yuan ($71 million), according to a report from China's finance ministry.
China's expensive victory in stock markets could yet prove fleeting, the Financial Times reports.
Arvind Panagariya, adviser to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, called for RBI to cut interest rates to boost India's sluggish economy.
Computer maker Dell will invest $125 billion in China over the next five years, its chief executive said on Thursday.
Japan evacuated about 100,000 people on Thursday, after rare torrential rains unleashed floods that left at least two people missing.
Fred Neumann, co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC, says China is trying to stabilize but it may take a few years to see real reforms breaking through.
Since late August, three key reform bills intended to make it easier to do business in India have hit major roadblocks.
The Bank of Japan governor has stressed that conditions were falling into place for inflation to head toward his ambitious 2 percent target.
China's CPI climbed 2 percent in August from a year earlier, against expectations for a 1.8 percent rise and following July's 1.6 percent gain.
China Premier Li Keqiang tried to reassure global markets on Wednesday that Beijing can keep its economy on track and stock markets in check.
Rob Carnell, chief international economist at ING Commercial Banking, says it's unlikely central banks can prevent the Chinese economy from slowing on a trend basis.
Forget big-bang stimulus, China needs "acupuncture-style" treatment to heal its economy, says Li Daokui, former adviser to the People's Bank of China.
Sean Maher, economist & strategist at Entext Economics, explains why they still are "very bullish" on Japanese equities, while discussing Abenomics.
Japan's economy shrank less than expected in the second quarter although capital expenditure fell more than originally forecast.
China's National Bureau of Statistics on Monday revised down 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) growth to 7.3 percent from 7.4 percent.
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