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China's manufacturing activity expanded in April, but only marginally, official data showed Sunday, raising doubts about the pickup's sustainability.
AIG sold a chunk of its stake in China's PICC for $1.25 billion, joining other big financial companies in stepping away from holdings on the mainland.
Chinese police are patrolling Italy to protect mainland tourists as part of a groundbreaking program, the South China Morning Post reports.
The Philippines has its own version of Donald Trump running for president, and he could emerge victorious when the country votes on May 9.
The IMF has reached agreement with the Sri Lankan government for a $1.5 billion bailout to help the island nation avert a balance of payments crisis.
The Bank of Japan became the latest central bank to throw markets a curveball, but what does it mean?
It was just over a year ago when Samsung lost its lead in smartphones in India and China. Now the electronics giant has "got its mojo back".
New Zealand has just won the prize for best "banknote of the year" 2015 with its five-dollar bill.
The global smartphone market declined for the first time as major countries like China continue to mature, according to a report.
Lahiru Pathmalal threw in his economics major to study politics and psychology, infuriating his father.
Mohamed El-Erian says the Bank of Japan is stuck in a trap and losing policy credibility.
Sony posted a 666.5 percent rise in pretax profit for its full fiscal year on Thursday, helped by cost cutting in its smartphone business.
Emerging economies struggling with low commodity prices and a strong U.S. dollar could soon expect some reprieve, analysts say.
China's practice of offering subsidies to local aluminum producers is creating an unfair environment for U.S. and European producers
The Bank of Japan left monetary policy steady on Thursday, surprising several market players who were widely expecting a hefty dose of stimulus.
Japan's core consumer prices fell 0.3 percent in March from a year earlier, government data showed on Thursday.
Chinese issuers have started returning to the offshore renminbi bond market after a lapse of five months, the South China Morning Post reports.
North Korea’s already-low food supply is set to deteriorate this year as dry weather hits crop yields, the U.N. has warned.
A unit of China's HNA Group has agreed a deal to buy Carlson Hotels, the owner of the Radisson chain, the firms said late on Wednesday.
Sri Lankans have returned to the country's war-torn northern province but say they are struggling to make it a home again.
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Arnaud Bisschop at Pictet Asset Management talks about how his water fund invests in utilities and technology related to the water industry.
Matt Beech at the University of Hull says the Scottish leader is trying to further the Scottish National Party's agenda but the people don't want the same things.
Rob Subbaraman of Nomura says investors could be getting complacent over the state of Chinese markets.