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One of Hong Kong's staunchest pro-Beijing lawmakers said a missing bookseller's tearful confession to a hit-and-run will not assuage public concerns.
The economy of tiny Singapore is taking a big hit from China's slowdown just as the city-state is struggling with a homegrown demographic squeeze.
BHP said it was focused on maintaining its credit rating, as it warned that there was no imminent recovery in iron ore prices.
Some economists sought out believable data points in Chinese reports, but others relied on external metrics for their GDP assessments.
Despite cutting global growth forecasts, IMF economist Maurice Obstfeld says the Chinese economy won't be any worse off than previously predicted.
Concerns about the stalling Chinese economy won't cause a U.S. recession, says Roger Altman, founder of investment banking advisory firm Evercore Partners.
China is trying to defend its currency and that's a big mistake, says trader Brian Kelly. Here's why.
Indonesia could follow last week's interest rate cut with additional monetary stimulus, the deputy governor of the central bank said Tuesday.
Switzerland, Singapore and Luxembourg occupy the top three spots in Adecco's latest annual benchmarking of countries' ability to compete for talent.
Good news for party-goers, North Korean scientists claim to have made a liquor that won’t cause hangovers.
China's central bank said it will inject about $91.22 billion to help ease a liquidity squeeze expected before the Lunar New Year in early February.
Major companies not doing their part to ensure child labor is not being used in the production of their products, said Amnesty International.
Regulators have asked banks in coastal cities to strictly abide by regulations on cross-border outflows from their yuan-denominated capital pools.
China's economy isn't growing anywhere near as fast as official figures suggest, perma-bear Marc Faber tells CNBC.
China may have just recorded the country’s slowest growth in 25 years but one analyst says a return to rapid expansion is due.
As Asia braces for a turbulent year driven by China's slowdown and a commodities slump, Malaysia has an extra headache.
This week's China data are part of the bigger picture over why global investors are suddenly being so nervy.
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Frank Lavin, CEO of Export Now, says that currencies and dumping pose greater problems.
Opportunities can be found even in emerging markets that are unloved, such as Mexico, says Stephen Dover, Templeton EMs Group.
Ben Bingham, China country director at ADB, talks about how pollution has economic consequences in China.