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The Seychelles is helping an international investigation into 1Malaysia Development Berhad, the state's Financial Intelligence Unit said.
Mitsubishi is unlikely to issue an earnings forecast when it announces results this week, a person close to the company told Reuters.
North Korea is ready to halt its nuclear tests if the U.S. suspends its exercises with South Korea, the foreign minister told AP.
Japan looks increasingly likely to fire both fiscal and monetary barrels in the coming weeks, with direct currency intervention off the table.
Aussies have some of the world's highest debt levels, and property prices are finally cooling. But those fearing a credit crisis needn't worry, HSBC warns.
The abrupt exit of Malaysia Airlines' German boss has revived debate in Malaysia over the wisdom of picking a foreigner to run its ailing carrier.
George Soros has warned that China's debt-fueled growth is bearing an "eerie resemblance" to the conditions leading up to the 2008 financial crash.
Ant Financial has closed a funding round of over $4 billion valuing the company at close to $60 billion dollars, a source close to the deal told CNBC.
Mitsubishi Motors said that it had found problems in the way it had tested some of its vehicles' fuel economy tests.
Yum shares went higher Wednesday after the company announced better than expected earnings and China growth.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged the country's top officials to be "patient and tolerant" with internet users, Xinhua reported.
The world's two largest smartphone makers, Apple and Samsung, muscled into Singapore's already-crowded mobile payment space this week.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Wednesday the central bank's presence in the exchange-traded fund (ETF) market is "not too big".
The Australian market has rallied nearly 10 percent off its bear-market low in February, but the gains are just getting started, Credit Suisse said.
Some of the world's biggest iron ore miners are slashing output targets, a move likely to fuel price gains for the commodity.
Japan's exports fell 6.8 percent on-year in March, down for the sixth straight month, Ministry of Finance data showed.
Malaysia Airlines boss Christoph Mueller will leave in September, well before the end of his three-year contract.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is ending a five-year-long bearish call on Asia and emerging market equities, turning fully bullish.
Two pieces of debris were very likely parts of vanished Malaysia Airlines MH370's wing and tail, officials said Tuesday.
A consortium backed by China's sovereign wealth fund is in talks to buy Yum Brands' mainland unit, Bloomberg News has reported.
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Henry Low of Amazon Asia Pacific Holdings tells CNBC about the launch of the internet retail giant's Amazon Prime Now Service in Singapore.
Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive says markets were concerned by how U.S. auto makers' profits coming mainly from pick-ups in the U.S.
Consumers will benefit from the greater offerings from internet retailers, but offline retailers stand to lose, says Mike Booker from Bain & Company.