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High fuel subsidies, long the albatross of Indonesia's finances, may get cut sooner than expected if the lame-duck president pre-empts his successor.
Carrying babies for foreigners, mainly couples from wealthier Asian nations, have became a lucrative cottage industry in the farming communities.
After two consecutive years of sub-5 percent growth, India's economy looks to have snapped out of its funk in the April-June quarter.
China Vanke Co is offering discounts of up to $325,000 to home buyers who shop on Alibaba's Taobao, an e-commerce platform.
After a lull in years, India’s labor market is enjoying a burst of activity, a new government, a booming stock market and improved business sentiment.
Mozilla has launched its first smartphone in India running its Firefox operating system (OS) for 1,999 rupees ($33).
First came the Ice Bucket Challenge, and now there's the Rice Bucket Challenge – India's twist on the fundraising campaign that has taken the internet by storm.
Dollar stores enjoy popularity during lean times but shoppers are proving that these bargain stores have a place regardless of economic cycles.
Asia may be seeing the strongest airline passenger growth, but its carriers are struggling to eke out profits, dented by overexpansion.
Singapore is synonymous with efficiency and order but rising discontent raises questions about social stability in the tightly controlled city-state.
Indonesia is growing protective of Natuna - a scattering of 157 mostly uninhabited islands - amid regional tensions in the South China Sea.
The restructuring plan will include route cuts as well as the loss of up to 5,000 to 6,000 jobs, according to a source.
Japan could offer an unapproved drug under certain circumstances to help treat the deadly Ebola virus, the country's top government spokesman said.
As China's recovery loses momentum, expectations are growing that Beijing will unleash fresh stimulus to ensure delivery on its growth target.
Sony's PlayStation Network was back online on Monday following a cyber attack that took it down over the weekend.
The China property market's lack of mortgage securities has allowed it to skirt one of the systemic causes of the U.S. property crash, until now.
German car parts suppliers have been told they can no longer manage their Chinese units independently but need to form partnerships with local peers.
As negotiations to resolve a bitter dispute teetered on the brink of collapse, Freeport-McMoRan chairman James "Jim Bob" Moffett flew to Jakarta for last-ditch talks.
Asia's newly minted chocoholics are tempting sweets-makers, but challenges range from different cultural tastes to the region driving up cocoa prices.
A deluge of data that could give a clearer indication on how Japan is coping with a tax hike will top traders' watch list this week.
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Thierry Apoteker, executive chairman at TAC Economics, says last month's strong nonfarm payrolls figures reveal that the U.S. labor market is becoming very tight.
European data reveal an economy that is recovering, explains Mark Matthews, Asian head of research at Bank Julius Baer.
It is still hard to accurately ascertain the impact of the $5 billion fine on the share prices of BHP Billiton and Vale, says Tim Schroeders, portfolio manager at Pengana Capital.