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As China builds up its presence in the South China Sea, the US military is betting on a new technology — submarine drone, the Financial Times reports.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull said on Tuesday that the country would probably go to the polls on July 2.
Rio Tinto on Tuesday cut its 2017 production guidance from its Australian iron ore mines due to a delay in the roll out of its Autohaul technology.
Vijay Mallya has rejected investigators' allegations that $64 million loaned to Kingfisher Airlines was redirected, the Financial Times reports.
The BOK kept rates untouched while observing the fallout from an election and the effects of policy measures in the major economies.
Asia faces a severe shortage of well-trained pilots as the region's demand for air travel skyrockets, Airbus's chief executive told CNBC.
China's media regulator has just banned the children of celebrities from appearing on reality TV, according to Chinese news agencies.
An Abu Dhabi wealth fund said a June deal to provide financial support to 1MDB had been terminated after the Malaysian fund failed to meet obligations.
Chinese social media platform WeChat is better for marketers than Western offerings such as Facebook, the CEO of a top advertising firm said.
Najib Razak's brother took a voluntary leave of absence from his role as chairman of CIMB Group Holdings, a company source said.
Home prices in China's 70 major cities gained for the sixth consecutive month in March from a year earlier, an official survey showed on Monday.
Toyota Motor, the world's biggest-selling automaker, said on Sunday it would suspend much of its production at plants across Japan this week.
Singapore's exports tumbled in March as sales to China, the U.S. and Europe contracted in a sign the trade-dependent economy remains vulnerable.
A China official praised Yellen's clear communication and cautious approach, adding the mainland hopes Fed policy will boost its own economy.
Sri Lanka takes the needs of its multiethnic population very seriously, with a very pleasant side-effect: 25 national public holidays a year.
China's vice finance minister sought to ease nerves over the country's high levels of corporate debt, defending the government's performance.
Traders seem encouraged by the recent bout of Chinese economic data. They may be wrong.
China's finance chief lambasted GOP frontrunner Donald Trump as "irrational," The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck southern Japan early on Saturday, killing at least 25, barely a day after a nearby quake killed nine.
hired a new head for its China business as it looks to court Chinese businesses to advertise on its service amid stalling user growth.
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David Roche of Independent Strategy says President Trump has made promises that he hasn't followed up on when it comes to international trade.
Samsung's battery woes might lead to their competitors making big announcements this year, says Jeff Kagan, wireless analyst.
Thomas Byrne, president of The Korea Society, weighs in on the latest developments in the impeachment saga involving President Park Geun-hye.