The slowdown in China, weaker commodity prices and the prospect of tighter external financing conditions are dimming East Asia's growth outlook.» Read More
The PBOC plans to inject about $32.66 billion of loans into select listed banks to keep liquidity ample and support the economy, sources told Reuters.
China is set to unveil key legal reforms, in a step closely watched by companies hoping for a more impartial legal system.
Singapore's plans to cut reliance on foreign workers could reduce its competitiveness and growth potential while boosting inflation, the IMF said.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists recaptured parts of a key protest zone, defying police trying to disperse them with pepper spray and baton charges.
Even as growth and deflation fears cast a shadow over Japan's economy, the Bank of Japan appears set to resist pressure for more stimulus measures.
Airline Virgin Australia has coughed up a whopping one Australian dollar to buy the 40 percent of Tiger Australia it didn't already own.
As the stand-off between HK's government and protesters continue, analysts warn the movement could cast a 'long shadow' over the city's future.
Sentiment in the so-called 'lucky country' has deteriorated sharply, analysts told CNBC.
Singapore's exports in September rose less than expected as sales to Europe contracted and shipments to the United States slowed.
Qiqihar, an old industrial and agricultural hub in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang, offers a glimpse of what Beijing is anxious to avoid.
India will simplify employment rules and ease the way for people changing jobs to move social security funds, Premier Modi said.
Hundreds of Hong Kong police staged a dawn raid on Friday on one of the key sites occupied by pro-democracy protesters, removing barricades from roads.
A university degree may no longer be the golden ticket to an ideal job in Singapore amid a growing pool of degree holders and fast-changing economy.
Australia's once-booming resources sector is fizzling, but HSBC says a new engine may propel the economy: housing and infrastructure.
Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying said that he hopes the government can hold talks with students as early as next week.
Global market turmoil pushed Japan stocks into correction territory, raising questions over whether this is an attractive entry point for investors.
Mounting concerns over global growth led to heavy declines in global stock indices over the past month, but the Shanghai Composite bucked the trend.
HK police used pepper spray to stop protesters from blocking a major road amid public anger over the police beating of a protester a day earlier.
Myanmar faces a familiar rite-of-passage for frontier markets: a major Western fast-food chain is poised to set up shop despite widespread poverty.
Australia and Japan have taken steps to lure wealthy Chinese, in a bid to spur investment and strengthen ties with China.
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