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In Asia, women working in China are most likely to share an equal footing with men, according to a new gender diversity study.
Japan's nationwide core consumer prices rose 3 percent in September from a year ago, slower than a 3.1 percent rise in August, data on Friday showed.
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) is set deliver its biannual economic Outlook Report, which may offer clues about the central bank's next move.
There could be good news for a problem that has plagued the world's second-biggest economy: intellectual property protection.
Australia is set to become the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) exporter by 2018, according to HSBC, as more production comes online.
Asia stock markets may have taken the recent rout on the chin, but that's left them well-poised for a solid year-end rally, Goldman Sachs said.
Samsung's third quarter earnings report revealed a worsening situation, as its mobile division collapses amid competition in the smartphone market.
China will open up its market for clearing domestic bank card transactions, in a move that could benefit companies such as Visa and Mastercard.
Everyone wants a piece of India's booming online retail sector, but for those without billions to spare, the best bet may be the delivery men.
As South Korea's population ages, makers of consumer goods are increasingly targeting so-called "golden singles" - young unmarrieds living alone.
There is almost no way the Bank of Japan can hit the inflation target Kuroda set when he unleashed unprecedented monetary stimulus in April 2013.
As inflation expectations in South Korea drop, experts are debating whether Asia's fourth-largest economy risks Japan-style inflation.
As tourism to the isolated communist country of North Korea increases, more travelers are choosing to make up their own minds about the country.
Asia's export growth has stalled since a post-financial crisis recovery, faced with a combination of weak global demand and structural changes, HSBC said.
Alibaba Pictures, the media arm of the the Chinese e-commerce giant, is reportedly in talks with Sony Pictures to co-finance movies.
Chinese ships carrying exports to market are churning out air pollution in its major port cities, according to a report.
There is heightened fear that the authorities have begun to police the Internet in mainland China. The New York Times reports.
Beijing has warned users that subway fare increases could more than double the cost of an average commute. The Financial Times reports.
China's Communist Party pledged to speed up legislation to fight corruption and make it tougher for officials to exert control over the judiciary.
China can afford to cut its 2015 economic growth target to 7 percent and still keep its labor market healthy, the World Bank said on Tuesday.
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