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Japanese women traditionally give men chocolate on Valentine’s Day, but many are now indulging in themselves.
Xiaomi will begin selling headphones, smart wristbands and other accessories online in the U.S., without its signature Mi mobile phone.
Biotech start-ups are developing drugs to treat China's biggest emerging diseases - from diabetes and Hepatitis B to respiratory illnesses and cancer.
As China pulls out the stops to get more lending into its economy, the farming sector which employs a third of its population is desperate for funding.
Philippine shares have charged higher over the past year, and some analysts expect the country's consumers can keep the good times rolling.
In honor of the 70th anniversary of North Korea's liberation, more than 300 political - and somewhat eyebrow raising - slogans were published today.
An airline chairman's daughter got a one year prison sentence after being found guilty over an incident about the way she was served nuts.
The yen surged against the U.S. dollar following a report that the country's central bank is cooling on the idea of adding more stimulus.
Malaysia's economy picked up in Q4 on strong construction and manufacturing activity, boosting full-year growth to its fastest in four years.
Japan's core machinery orders rose in December and companies expect orders to increase this quarter, a positive sign for the recovering economy.
Australia's economy unexpectedly lost jobs in January while the unemployment rate spiked to levels not seen in 13 years, sending the Aussie crashing.
The closing of the sale on Wednesday of New York's famed Waldorf Astoria hotel to China's Anbang Insurance Group for $1.95 billion marks the tip of an unprecedented wave of Chinese investment pouring into U.S. hotels.
After a good financial crisis, with sound finances, robust banks and buoyant Chinese demand for its commodities, the returns that made Australia a magnet for investors are buckling under the weight of negative yields elsewhere.
In 2014, China's central bank engineered a revolutionary monetary policy to grow money supply in response to a dramatic fall in capital inflows.
The growing trend of online transactions and e-commerce are putting new twists to Chinese traditions for the coming Lunar New Year.
Baidu reported a 47.5 percent rise in quarterly revenue as users switched from PCs to mobile devices, which have less lucrative forms of advertising.
Eunice Yoon explains why China's iPhone black market is booming.
Global spending on tax free shopping is constantly increasing. Find out which travelers are the most likely to splurge abroad.
India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party suffered a humiliating defeat in Delhi state elections laying potential road blocks for its national reform agenda.
Taiwan's aviation regulator says 10 of TransAsia's 49 pilots have failed oral proficiency tests on handling an aircraft during engine failure.
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