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India's move to cancel allocations of coal reserves promises plenty of turmoil, but it may be more business friendly than it first appears.
Indian PM Modi launched his 'Make in India' campaign with great fanfare on Thursday, but more must be done before it takes off, analysts say.
Japan's legions of retail foreign-exchange traders, popularly known as Mrs Watanabe, are turning into sellers of yen.
India is expected to choose Sikorsky Aircraft's S-70B Sea Hawk helicopters at a 16-aircraft tender worth over $1 billion.
Japan's nationwide core consumer prices rose 3.1 percent in August from a year ago, data on Friday showed.
China's steel consumption fell for the first time, leading to a surplus of iron ore and a 40 percent plunge in prices of the steelmaking raw material.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will begin his first official visit to the United States this weekend, the latest stop in his PR campaign.
Australia's property market is approaching the bubble extremes seen a decade ago, after the central bank warned that the market looks 'unbalanced'.
A stay at the iconic Raffles Hotel, a swim on the top of Marina Bay Sands and gourmet experiences keep the rich coming.
China plans to open its markets to foreign investors who have been largely shut out. The New York Times reports.
A change of guard at China's central bank is unlikely to herald a major shift in monetary policy but could alter the pace of financial reforms.
BHP Billiton freezes pay for its executives and management team, as the downturn across the mining sector continues. The Financial Times reports.
Thousands of tiny shops in India's biggest auto components market do brisk business selling car parts for about a third of the official price.
The Indian army built a small observation hut to watch Chinese soldiers across a disputed border - a move which irked China's military.
Despite laws guaranteeing equal opportunity, Japanese women have yet to gain an equal footing in the workplace.
Chinese President Xi Jinping may replace People's Bank of China (PBOC) Governor Zhou Xiaochuan as part of a wider personnel reshuffling, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Thailand's stock rally this year would be stunning even without a mid-May coup, but analysts are divided on whether the market can get a second wind.
India may be the fastest-growing emerging market for luxury goods but whether it can surpass China as the top luxury consumer is open for debate.
As the world steps up efforts to attract Chinese tourists, the Middle Kingdom is also trying to woo travelers – albeit unsuccessfully.
More than 120 world records were set for lots of wine sold in Hong Kong last weekend. Many buyers were from mainland China.
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Chris Watling, CEO of Longview Economics, explains why the U.S. corporate sector will cause the country a shallow recession.
OPEC should keep output steady and wait to see if its supply policy will reap rewards, says Alejandro Barbajosa, Middle East and APAC vice president for crude at Argus Media.
Japanese markets have done well because of expansive monetary policy, says Beat Wittmann, co-founder, partner and chairman at Porta Investors.