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The families of passengers lost aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 say the search for the missing aircraft must go on beyond a June deadline.
The U.S. is set to place restrictions on ZTE for alleged violations of U.S. export controls on Iran, according to documents seen by Reuters.
China's official foreign exchange reserves only include highly liquid assets, a top central banker said on Sunday, the Financial Times reports.
China is pledging reforms and dispelling fears of a hard landing as it tries to stabilize market sentiment and assert the Communist Party's leadership.
Crucial data is due to drop from Asia's major economies this week, particularly Chinese trade and inflation numbers and Japan's final GDP estimate.
The liquefied natural gas market (LNG) has a big problem: supply may outstrip demand for rest of the decade, an analyst warns.
As the fifth anniversary of Japan's massive earthquake and nuclear disaster nears, the former prime minister said it's time to do without nuclear power.
China's economy isn't headed for a hard landing, China's top economic planner said on Sunday, but instability in the global economy does pose a risk.
In leading Rikuzentakata's 24,000 residents through their darkest days, mayor Futoshi Toba was making a painful decision.
China's leadership tried to quell anxiety about its slowing economy following financial turmoil and rising labor unrest as it cut its growth target.
Singapore will require all of the city-state's aircraft operators to ping the location of all their aircraft every 15 minutes throughout flights.
CRAFT Singapore, the city-state's first-ever craft beer festival, launches Friday in hopes of luring lager and ale guzzlers to more independent fare.
Thailand's state-owned oil and gas producer PTT is scouting for acquisitions as valuations have cheapened, according to its chief executive.
The tough UN sanctions on North Korea are sweeping, and target leader Kim Jong Un's commercial trade activities and vast overseas financial web.
Some investors may be nervous about China but UBS's Min Lan Tan says there are some great investment opportunities in the region right now.
Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Pakistan are among countries buying armed military drones from China with laser missiles. Should the US be worried?
Toshiba has sought 200 billion yen to 250 billion yen in loans from three lenders, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
The atrocity of indentured servitude is the world's fastest-growing crime. Will a new bill passed by Obama signal the world to take notice?
A taxi app war is heating up in India and Ola and rival Uber have both launched new services to win over customers: Motorbikes on-demand.
North Korea fired several projectiles into the sea, hours after the UN voted to impose tough new sanctions on the isolated state.
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Eswar Prasad, Cornell University, says the Chinese government's latest crackdown is a signal that it intends to maintain tight control of its capital account.
Peter Wong, the Dow Chemical Company, talks to CNBC about how the company is working with the Chinese government to bring GMO food to consumers.
Emerging markets have outperformed as fears over trade wars haven't materialized, says Anthony Cragg, Wells Fargo Asset Management.