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The Taliban claimed responsibility for a truck bomb attack on a military and logistics services compound in Kabul early on Monday.
Mongolia's economy all but flatlined, but some say hidden gems may be getting lost in the current bout of gloom.
Hundreds of suspected drug dealers have been killed since Rodrigo Duterte took office a month ago, many at the hands of vigilantes.
S.R. Nathan, a 92-year-old former senior civil servant, was the sixth and longest-serving president in Singapore.
U.S. authorities issued subpoenas to Goldman Sachs for documents on the bank's dealings with Malaysian wealth fund 1MDB, the WSJ reports.
The Bank of Japan pledged to increase purchases of exchange-traded funds but kept interest rates steady on Friday.
Growth in the smartphone market is starting to cool after a frenetic few years, but a little-known smartphone maker, OPPO, is making heads turn.
Japan aims a lot of firepower at keeping its currency weak, but a stronger yen might be just what it really needs, said Saxo Bank's CIO Steen Jakobsen.
Failure to ratify the U.S.-led pact won't fix the real problems underlying American anxiety over jobs, Michael Froman says.
Japan's industrial output rose 1.9% in June, government data showed on Friday, in a sign that demand is starting to pick up.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, we looked at what happened to markets and stocks one month after Bank of Japan stimulus announcements.
China has laid out new rules that will legalize ride-hailing apps in a move welcomed by Didi Chuxing and Uber.
Nintendo's on the cusp of a change and it could soon unlock the vast potential of its intellectual property in the mobile gaming space, experts say.
A celebrated economist has returned for her second stint as Indonesia's finance minister, bolstering hopes of accelerated reforms in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
Abe's promise of a hefty fiscal stimulus package has effectively forced the BOJ to come up with matching monetary ammunition on Friday.
Singapore's GIC said its portfolio return slowed in its latest five-year period, and that growth would continue to be low over the course of a decade.
"Pokemon Go" wasn't a stroke of luck. It was the culmination of one man's lifelong fascination with gaming.
Despite much talk of Russia's "pivot east," analysts say there is more political than economic substance to its relationship with China.
Samsung Electronics says it expects solid earnings to continue in 2016, with stronger components demand offsetting smartphone margin pressures.
Mobvoi, a 4-year-old Chinese technology start-up with a large following in China, has global ambitions for its smartwatch.
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The U.S. and Qatar will be major LNG-market players and Singapore has the potential to be an LNG trading hub, says Mark Edmunds of Deloitte Asia Pacific.
The perception is the ECB will proceed with QE tapering, but Draghi is delaying the announcement, says Paul Donovan of UBS Wealth Management.
Dinesh Kumar Sarraf, chairman and MD of ONGC, says the deal rational was to create an integrated company in the oil and gas space.