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There's more to Asia's economy than just China and Singapore, both linchpins of growth. Indonesia's quickly becoming a player as well.
Despite concerns over extrajudicial murders, the Philippines will likely emerge as an improved investment destination, Mark Mobius said on Friday.
Rock and roll was synonymous with the Hard Rock Cafe, but the 45-year-old venue is now expanding its musical taste.
India's growing tension with Pakistan is expected to be only a temporary dent in investor sentiment, barring an escalation.
Trump's plan to impose a 45% tariff on imports from China may send U.S. retail prices of Chinese made goods up 10%, Capital Economics said.
Activity at China's small and mid-sized firms expanded this month, according to a private survey of nationwide factories.
Asian markets are cementing their positions as global financial hubs by snagging business away from larger peers.
Japan's CPI fell in the year to August, a sixth straight drop, keeping the Bank of Japan under pressure to ease monetary conditions further.
Sustainable Energy looks at how one source of fuel could revolutionize China's roads.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc is in talks to buy a minority stake in India's largest e-commerce firm Flipkart, two people familiar with the matter said.
Price jumps in China's top tier cities have many worried about an asset bubble, but there’s still "some way to go" on prices, a strategist told CNBC.
India said it has conducted "surgical strikes" on suspected militants preparing to infiltrate from Pakistan-ruled Kashmir.
Hyundai Motor is no stranger to worker strikes but the current episode, its biggest ever, is raising alarm bells.
Samsung said it was working with a U.S. consumer product safety regulator to address safety issues related to some of its washing machines.
China said it opposed any country using its own laws for "long-arm jurisdiction," after the U.S. sanctioned a Chinese company.
Rodrigo Duterte continued a month-long anti-U.S. tirade by ruling out any further joint military exercises.
Japan's retail sales fell more than expected in August, keeping policymakers under pressure to find ways of beefing up household spending.
Postal Savings Bank of China may have been the world's largest IPO in two years, but it hit the market like a wet firecracker on Wednesday.
Xiaomi's new handsets won't be enough to help the company close in on the world's largest smartphone vendors, according to analysts.
The fallout from Samsung's recall of faulty Note 7 devices will be temporary, with components business expected to limit the damage.
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Dalian Wanda has brought a second buyer into a deal originally between just Sunac and Wanda. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
John Driscoll of JTD Energy Services weighs in on the state of the oil markets and compliance with OPEC-led production cuts.
Johan Jooste of the Bank of Singapore talks about valuations in regional markets and explains why he thinks South Korean markets need scrutiny.