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Almost a year after Japan pledged to double hazard pay, workers are still in the dark about how much extra they are getting paid.
Indonesia's president-elect is refusing to compromise his principles by building support in parliament in exchange for plum jobs.
Chinese stocks wavered between gains and losses on Wednesday, the first trading session after a week-long holiday closure.
CY Leung, Hong Kong's chief executive, took an around $6.4 million payment from Australian company UGL, according to a report in Australian newspaper The Age.
Pro-democracy protests dwindled to a few hundred after activist leaders agreed to talks with the government which are all but certain to go nowhere.
Japan's current account balance narrowed in August but remained in the black for a second straight month.
Falling property prices in Singapore have provided some much needed relief for the nation's banking sector, analysts told CNBC.
Some economists warn the risks of a full-blown Chinese banking crisis are rising. If it happens, the impact would be felt around the world.
Western retail investors will likely have access to individual Chinese stocks when a new market-to-market link launches.
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Over five years, the majority of actively managed Australian equity funds in most categories failed to beat their benchmark indices.
As India's e-commerce race heats up, online retailers are pulling out the stops to stay ahead, including catty marketing campaigns.
Thai markets swooned as the health of the country's beloved king took a turn for the worse, and the monarchy's importance means more turmoil may lie ahead.
The Bank of Japan on Tuesday kept its massive monetary stimulus intact, but struck a less optimistic tone on the economy, warning of weakness in industrial output.
The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday kept interest rates unchanged, but surprised some investors by not mentioning the Aussie dollar's recent slide.
Demonstrations in Hong Kong rolled into early Tuesday with hundreds of students remaining camped out in the heart of the city after more than a week.
Rio Tinto rejected a merger approach from smaller rival Glencore to create a $160 billion mining and trading giant in August.
The Bank of Japan is likely to maintain its massive monetary stimulus on Tuesday and offer a bleaker view on factory output.
Analysts expect the new president to push for some badly needed "supply-side" improvements such as bureaucratic and governance reforms.
As investors fled Europe in the worst days of its debt crisis, China-based companies moved in the other direction. The Financial Times reports.
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