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Moody’s flagged worries over China’s burgeoning debt load, a day after a newspaper branded high leverage as the “original sin”.
China's consumer technology market could soon overtake that of the world's largest economy, according to the organizer of CES Asia.
Baidu's CEO has called on employees to put values before profit in response to a controversial scandal that has marred the company's reputation.
The Philippines is set to usher in regional mayor Rodrigo Duterte as its next president but his shaky policy agenda is likely to worry investors.
A tech guru has found a way of playing failed virtual reality (VR) gaming on brand new devices.
Firebrand mayor Rodrigo Duterte was set to become the Philippines' next president as results from Monday's election poured in.
China's consumer price inflation held steady at 2.3 percent in April, despite an over 30 percent increase in pork prices.
It's a mistake to assume China's financial system has the same goals as its Western counterparts. But it matters.
The Chinese investment in the U.S. hit a record high in 2015. An early indication points to 2016 as yet another record year.
Shares of Baidu closed down more than 2% Monday after Chinese regulators announced limits on the company's health care ads.
The electoral triumph of Malaysia's ruling coalition in the country's largest state may be a well-needed confidence boost for PM Najib Razak.
Facebook has won a Chinese trademark case against a company that registered the brand name "face book", the Financial Times reports.
The good news? The decline in trade in April was less steep than the pace witnessed last year, says Julian Evans-Pritchard of Capital Economics.
Japanese real wages in March rose the most in 5-1/2 years due to stalling inflation and rising nominal wages, government data showed on Monday.
The Philippines votes for a new president on Monday after an acrimonious election campaign that revealed disgust with the country's ruling elite.
North Korea said it would further strengthen self-defensive nuclear weapons capability "in quality and quantity", its KCNA news agency reported.
HSBC is turning positive on Sri Lanka as a frontier market pick, but it's lowering exposure to Vietnam after the recent rally.
Malcolm Turnbull fired the starting gun on one of the longest election campaigns in Australia's history, against the backdrop of a flagging economy.
China's trade shrank in April in a sign government stimulus is failing to jolt the world's second-largest economy out of a prolonged slowdown.
China property prices may be on a tear, but it's time to cut exposure to developers' stocks amid a stockpile of unsold supply, Goldman Sachs said.
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Kristine Berzina, The German Marshall Fund, says trade, climate change and the U.S. stance on Russia are contentious issues likely to be carried into the G7 meet.
Richard Gorry, JBC Asia, says the extension is not sufficient and that markets will be "grossly oversupplied" when the cuts end.
Reform and fiscal policy under its new president, and strong China GDP are giving Korean markets something to cheer about, says Cedric Chehab, BMI Research.