Chinese stocks posted their worst weekly performance since August on Friday, with major indices tumbling in excess of 5 percent.» Read More
Shares of MAS rose after Khazanah Nasional said it will offer 27 sen for each share, amounting to nearly 1.4 billion ringgit ($435 million).
Rising prices and growing regional competition are threatening to erode Singapore's reputation as as one of Asia's best retail destinations.
After a selloff last week, Asian traders looking for a degree of stability this week may not find much relief from Japanese and Chinese data.
China appeared to rebuff pressure from the United States as Southeast Asian nations declined Washington's proposal for a freeze on provocative acts.
Men in suits and casual business wear barged into Mercedes-Benz's east China sales office, near Shanghai's Hongqiao international airport on Monday.
While there have been persistent reports that Alibaba was going to make a big investment Snapchat, sources said it's not happening.
After five months in an Indian jail, the owner of the New York Plaza and London's Grosvenor House is trying to sell the iconic hotels.
China's consumer inflation came in as forecast at a 2.3 percent rise, reinforcing bets that authorities may relax monetary policy.
An investigator linked to the U.K. drug giant GSK was convicted in a case that many say highlights the risks of conducting due diligence in China.
Apple products are not banned from Chinese government procurement lists, according to the country's chief procurement center.
Malaysia Airlines (MAS) said Friday that state fund Khazanah has offered 27 sen a share, amounting to 1.4 billion ringgit, to take the beleaguered airline private.
Singapore's income inequality gap may be narrowing, but workers at the lower end of the spectrum are still struggling to make ends meet.
China delivered a strong set of trade data on Friday, helping to temper losses in Asian stock markets spooked by escalating Middle East tensions.
China tightened censorship on messaging apps to limit dissent, while it simultaneously emerged that some foreign chat services had been blocked.
China will come under pressure when the United States uses a regional security meeting this weekend to rally support for a freeze on provocative acts.
Chinese banks are cutting off riskier borrowers, tightening lending terms, and deploying teams of investigators to assess the risk of loan defaults.
Japan's current account swung to a deficit in June for the first time in five months, government data showed on Friday, due to a decline in earnings on overseas investments.
The yuan has rebounded amid an upswing in Chinese economy, but can continue the trajectory even as the Fed tightens the screws on monetary policy.
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