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Alibaba Group is planning to invest $200 million in Snapchat, valuing the photo-messaging service at about $15 billion.
China is likely to cut rates again if consumer inflation falls below 1 percent, without more support for the sagging Chinese property market.
India’s economy is on a tear at the moment. But could one of the factors helping growth – commodity prices – spoil the country’s ride?
E-commerce company FlipKart is focusing on mobile offerings as Indian consumers increasingly turn to online shopping.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has struck a deal with two U.K. start-ups to provide money to small and medium British businesses.
A Japanese employee at a Seiko store claims she was told to skip work one day to avoid offending the visiting Japanese matriarch of the company.
A flurry of Chinese economic data released on Wednesday came in worse than expected, helping to justify Beijing's decision to inject doses of stimulus in recent months and raising expectations of more to come.
China's sweeping anti-graft push won't end anytime soon, as President Xi aims to restore party legitimacy, former Australian Prime Minister Rudd said.
Japan's core machinery orders fell 1.7 percent in January, underscoring the challenges facing the government to get firms to boost spending.
Japan’s nuclear reactors remain offline since the Tohoku earthquake sparked a nuclear meltdown in March 2011, but analysts say Japan Inc is thriving.
South Korean stocks are underperforming their regional peers this year, but one bright spot has emerged as the country's cultural exports gain popularity overseas: consumer stocks.
Japan is quietly moving back into the South China Sea, forging security ties with the Philippines and Vietnam as they cope with China's territorial ambitions.
An anonymous blackmailer threatened to poison infant formula in New Zealand to protest the use of poisonous baits for pest control, police said.
Hammered by a string of food contamination scandals, McDonald’s Japan plans to launch an app for customer complaints.
China's plan to run its biggest fiscal deficit may greatly affect some of the major providers of local government financing.
China's consumer inflation accelerated in February, rebounding from a five-year low in January, but factory prices remained entrenched in deflation, signalling a favorable environment for further stimulus from the government
Japan's stock markets are again attracting foreign investors, and there are signs some of them will be here for the long term.
Rising prices are forcing Japanese pensioners to cut spending, frustrating PM Abe’s plan to boost economic growth and pay down public debt.
Chinese companies are ditching the renminbi for the euro to raise new offshore debt, as the launch of quantitative easing impacts global markets. The Financial Times reports.
Japan's economy grew less than previously thought in the fourth quarter of 2014 but still crawled out of recession, revised figures showed on Monday.
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