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Taken at face value, India became the fastest growing major economy in the world after its statisticians changed the way they measure the economy.
Amid mobile sales slump, Samsung's components businesses are under pressure to secure external customers for chips and display panels.
A Singapore-based restaurant-bar chain is gearing up to deploy drones to transport food from the kitchen to the restaurant floor.
Alibaba has invested $590 million for a minority stake in a small Chinese smartphone maker as it looks to push its mobile software.
Huawei is the next Chinese tech powerhouse hoping its products soon find their way into the American psyche by way of smartphones.
Nissan Motor lifts forecasts after better-than-anticipated third-quarter results.
Australia's prime minister may have survived a crucial leadership challenge, but that doesn't mean he'll remain in power for long, experts warned.
Following the stupendous rally in Chinese equities in 2014, JPMorgan downgraded the market to "neutral" from "overweight" over the weekend.
European investors fleeing the collapse in yields at home will keep Asian bond markets bubbling this year, say analysts.
Aussie PM Tony Abbott survived a challenge to his leadership after his ruling Liberal Party voted down an attempt to unseat him.
With reforms, private sector entrepreneurs are now able to compete to sell high-tech aviation to the People's Liberation Army, the FT reports.
Xi Jinping warned Macau that it needs to be about more than baccarat. Now, the reform drive has new champions - the casino operators.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, fighting for his political life, said he would bring forward to Monday a meeting of his ruling party to consider a challenge to his leadership in an effort to halt a destabilizing internal revolt.
China's exports fell 3.3 percent in January from a year earlier, while imports slumped by 19.9 percent, both missing expectations by a wide margin, and resulting in a record monthly trade surplus of $60 billion.
India's Aam Aadmi (Common Man) party appears poised to retake control of New Delhi, after the city's voters apparently rebuffed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party, according to multiple exit polls.
A finding by safety investigators suggested on Friday that pilots of the twin-propeller plane that crashed in Taiwan's capital, killing at least 35 people, might have reacted to a stalled-engine alarm by shutting down the wrong engine.
JPMorgan Chase's hiring of the son of a Chinese commerce minister is being scrutinized by investigators looking at whether the bank improperly hired relatives of government officials to win influence and business.
Samsung has dismissed the threat to its smartwatch range from the Apple Watch, and has ramped up investment in the category.
A massive recall scandal forced Takata to cut its profit outlook, but shares bounced on Friday.
The Bank of Thailand (BOT) may cut rates if economic activity doesn't pan out as expected, said Governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul.
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If India is able to maintain its economic growth and pace of policy changes, a slower-growing China may create the opportunity for India to attract more investors, says Arun Jaitley, Finance Minister of India.
Mikio Kumada, executive director & global strategist at LGT Capital Partners, says a positive nonfarm payrolls report won't shock emerging markets since expectations for a Fed rate hike are an "old story" now.
Jeremy Wrathall, head global natural resources at Investec, says Glencore may have to undertake further restructuring.