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For a country just a tad larger than Indiana, South Korea has for years punched well above its weight in global influence.
The RBA said inflation was likely to remain below target until 2018, leaving the door open to more rate cuts.
Automakers have been working to put in more technology into cars to make them smarter and in line with changing customer expectations.
New York state's financial regulator sent a second request to Goldman Sachs about its fundraising for Malaysian fund 1MDB, a source said.
Xiaomi has unveiled its first VR headset as it joins the ranks of HTC and Samsung in attempting to gain a foothold in the nascent market.
The hack and cybertheft of nearly 120,000 bitcoins from the exchange platform Bitfinex could scare away future investors, experts warn.
The battle over whether to ratify the TPP trade deal has shown how toxic U.S. politics have become, Singapore's ambassador-at-large said.
Singapore is changing the measuring sticks for success as it places greater emphasis on innovation.
India's historic approval of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) could disrupt consumption and growth in the short-term.
Japan is benefiting from a push for more equal workforce participation, but more female managers are needed for real change.
India's parliament has approved an overhaul of the country's fragmented tax system to create a genuine single market, the FT reports.
An Emirates jet carrying 275 people burned on the runway at Dubai International Airport on Wednesday after what the airline described as an "accident."
Nearly 120,000 units of digital currency bitcoin worth about $72 million was stolen from the exchange platform Bitfinex in Hong Kong.
Japan's government spending plan, panned as not big enough, may have already had one big effect: Pushing negative bond yields toward the zero line.
Samsung unveiled the large-screen Galaxy Note 7 "phablet" with a stylus pen on Tuesday, in an attempt to poach customers from rival Apple.
The findings contrast with a more upbeat official survey on Monday, raising concerns that China faces hurdles to its plans to transform the economy.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the missile was launched toward the waters off the North's east coast.
Japan's failure to stimulate much with its latest stimulus serves as a reminder of how few tools global policymakers have left to drive growth.
Japan approved a $274bn stimulus package in fiscal measures and left market participants disappointed, with the yen hitting a three-week high against the dollar.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's cabinet approved on Tuesday 13.5 trillion yen ($132 billion) in fiscal measures in a stimulus package.
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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.