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Just as Japan's forgone economic clout was once a source of alarm, the $18.4 billion China has sunk into the U.S. is stoking new concerns.
China’s once-stellar economic growth will grind lower for the next five years and will fall below 6 percent in 2020, the IMF forecast on Friday.
This month alone, Duterte's threatened the mining sector, vowed to "destroy oligarchs," and insulted a U.S. diplomat.
Malaysia's economy expanded 4.0 percent in Q2, the slowest pace in nearly seven years, as exports and domestic investments were weak.
Coal prices have surged recently on supply-side reforms in China, with gains set to continue with the onset of the La Nina.
Thailand is set to begin surveillance on foreigners as an anti-crime tool, but it's unclear just how effective the program will be.
A shift in China's economy from manufacturing to services-driven growth won't hurt resource-heavy Australia, according to experts.
Consumers' debt-fueled spending had propped up Asia's struggling economies over the years, but have now become a problem for their central banks.
China's July industrial production came in a tad below forecasts, growing 6.0 percent on-year, in another sign the mainland's economy is slowing.
China and India, the two most populous countries in the world and Asia's economic giants, have had a chequered history.
A series of blasts hit three of the most popular tourist resorts in southern Thailand, killing two people and injuring dozens.
One derided as "human cockfighting", the combat sport of MMA is gaining global popularity and investors are pouring money into promotion companies.
Raghuram Rajan, who will step down from his role as Reserve Bank of India governor, tells CNBC TV18 what he thought of his performance.
There's still time yet to set up the Shenzhen-HK Stock Connect in 2016, Charles Li told CNBC.
Australia on Thursday blocked the sale of the country's biggest electricity network, Ausgrid, to foreign companies, citing national interest grounds.
Singapore downgraded its growth forecast as the economy expanded slower than estimated amid uncertainties about Brexit and weakening global demand.
Tesla said one of its cars had crashed in Beijing while in 'autopilot' mode, with the driver contending sales staff sold the function as self-driving.
New Zealand's central bank cut benchmark interest rate by 25bps to 2.0 percent and indicated at least one more rate cut would be needed.
China has expanded its power in Asia way beyond importing commodities and exporting consumables, as Xi pursues the "China Dream."
A year ago, China rattled markets as policy changes decked the yuan. Now, the renminbi looks set to slide, but markets aren't panicking.
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Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts, says a "super bull run" in the energy markets could be possible given current depletion rates and reduction in capex.
The duration of the OPEC-led output cuts are expected to be extended, but deeper cuts are unlikely, says Alan Bannister, S&P Global Platts.