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Samsung sold almost three times as many smartphones as Apple in the third quarter, according to Gartner.
The long freeze on IPOs in China may spur a wave of asset sales by private equity funds left with limited options for exiting their investments.
China is to loosen its one-child policy, Chinese state media reported.
General Motors Co said it will move its international operations headquarters to Singapore from Shanghai in the second quarter of 2014.
Japan's economy grew 0.5 percent in the third quarter from the previous one, slowing from a 0.9 percent expansion in the April-June period.
Nintendo has posted its best monthly sales in the U.S. this year, boosted by the launch of the 2DS and games Pokémon X and Pokémon Y in August.
A choking smog across much of northern China threatens major coal projects globally that are still on the drawing board.
U.S. technology companies may face new challenges selling their goods and services in China as fallout from the U.S. spying scandal takes a toll.
JPMorgan’s relationship with the daughter of China’s former prime minister points to its strategy for building influence in China.
Damaged roads and airports in the Philippines hampered aid efforts six days after one of the most violent storms to ever make landfall hit the nation.
Online fashion retailer Asos has launched a Chinese website in a bid to tap into the fashion-hungry consumers in China.
Violent wage protests closed 250 US-linked Bangladesh garment factories as workers demanded higher pay from retailers such as Walmart.
China's hotly anticipated third plenum has left many analysts feeling flat, but some have warned against dismissing the vague statement.
While dollar-yen is likely to break above 100 soon, there is skepticism over whether the pair will remain above the key psychological level.
Indonesia will do whatever it takes to prop up its battered currency and reassure investors that it can control a wide current-account deficit.
China's ruling party pledged to let markets play a "decisive" role in allocating resources as it unveiled a reform agenda.
Thanks to China's growing thirst for milk products, dealmaking is driving up asset prices from New Zealand to Inner Mongolia. The FT reports.
Despite easier access to China's stocks, some of the earliest foreign investors in the mainland's market are now saddled with an illiquid investment.
Japan is expected to grow at a much slower pace in the third quarter of this year, analysts say, as weaker export demand weighs on growth.
As concerns over the Federal Reserve tapering its stimulus rise again, is the Indian rupee at risk of repeating the selloff seen in May-August?
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Tommy Xie, economist at OCBC, says new orders remain weak due to lagging domestic demand, while falling input prices reflect persisting deflationary pressure.
Clive McDonnell, head of equity strategy at Standard Chartered, says below-par external demand is the key factor hurting China's manufacturing activity.
Ismael Pili, head of financials research, Asia at Macquarie Securities, discusses HSBC's decision to sell its entire Brazil business to Banco Bradesco.