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China has set its gross domestic product (GDP) growth target at "around 7 percent" for 2015 - the lowest in 11 years - focusing on quality over quantity as it overhauls its growth model.
BOJ's reflationary credentials will be burnished by new board member Yutaka Harada, but his views suggests he is unlikely to back further QE.
The Chinese military budget for 2015 will be about 10 percent bigger, meaning that such spending is growing faster than the growth rate. The New York Times reports.
As Hong Kong mulls restricting the number of inbound Chinese travelers, Taiwan is stepping up efforts to court rich holidaymakers from the mainland.
A cheaper yen is driving savvy Chinese shoppers to Japan to buy an unexpected item: Electronic toilet seats that heat up, wash, dry and disinfect.
Tangle Teezer, a London-based maker of hair brushes reportedly used by Kate Middleton, is among the top selling British brands on Alibaba's Tmall.
This is what U.S. firms that are manufacturing in China can do to protect their reputations and customers.
Samsung’s smartphones might be losing market share, but the South Korean tech giant is em-barking into a new area — hi-tech, luxury dog kennels.
Clever marketing has helped Micromax dethrone Samsung as the number one smartphone vendor in India, the company's chairman told CNBC.
Two convicted Australian drug smugglers were transferred on Wednesday from a Bali prison to an island for execution along with other foreigners
The Reserve Bank of India surprised markets on Wednesday by cutting rates for the second time this year.
Sony announced that Project Morpheus – a virtual reality headset exclusively for the PlayStation 4 – will be available to consumers in the first half of 2016.
The hashtag #beefban is blowing up on Twitter after Maharashtra imposed a jail sentence and fine for the sale or possession of the red meat.
Australia's economy continued to show sluggish growth in the fourth quarter, adding to the case for further stimulus in the coming months.
Australia has ordered the Chinese owner of a A$39 million Sydney mansion to sell up, amid government attempts to cool down the property market.
Chinese president Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign is shaking the People's Liberation Army to its core, the FT reports.
The long-standing inverse correlation between the yen and Japanese stock prices has broken down, suggesting the Nikkei could rise even if the yen doesn't weaken further.
India's Maharashtra state, has introduced a beef ban, which includes up to five years imprisonment for the sale or possession of beef. The Financial Times reports.
More of China's wealthy are participating in the country's biggest annual political event, underscoring the close ties between politics and business.
Alibaba Group Holding will provide Taiwan with the information required about its business, Executive Chairman Jack Ma said on Tuesday.
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Thierry Apoteker, executive chairman at TAC Economics, says last month's strong nonfarm payrolls figures reveal that the U.S. labor market is becoming very tight.
European data reveal an economy that is recovering, explains Mark Matthews, Asian head of research at Bank Julius Baer.
It is still hard to accurately ascertain the impact of the $5 billion fine on the share prices of BHP Billiton and Vale, says Tim Schroeders, portfolio manager at Pengana Capital.