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Bargain hunters eyeing battered Thai shares should hold their fire as the political turmoil might be different from previous episodes, analysts said.
Currency wars is threatening to make a comeback at the start of 2014, judging by a rise in official rhetoric from Japan’s neighbors about a weak yen.
The Pentagon waived laws banning Chinese-built components on US weapons to keep the F-35 fighter program on track in 2012 and 2013, a report said.
Several striking Cambodian garment workers were wounded Friday when police opened fire during a confrontation with the protesters, witnesses said.
Indonesia reported a surprisingly large trade surplus for November which could give the central bank room to keep its benchmark rate unchanged.
Wal-Mart Stores has recalled donkey meat sold at some outlets in China after tests showed the product contained the DNA of other animals.
There's not much in the way of New Year cheer for China stocks as the market braces for the resumption of new listings.
An Australian icebreaker rescued from a Russian ship trapped in Antarctic ice since Christmas Eve began the long journey home on Friday.
Factory activity in China expanded at its slowest pace in three months in December, the final reading of HSBC's PMI showed.
In the midst of a territorial dispute between Asia's two great powers, a Chinese man crash-landed near contested islands held by Japan.
Global think tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace outlines the ten trends to shape the landscape for investors in Asia this year.
The New Zealand dollar has enjoyed a strong 2013, and its fortunes this year are expected to be even brighter, analysts say.
Singapore's economy expanded 4.4 percent on year in the final quarter of 2013, below market expectations, data on Thursday showed.
India has canceled a €560 million contract to buy helicopters from AgustaWestland, underlining the unpredictability of its defense market. FT reports.
Thai Prime Minister returned to Bangkok, for the New Year in a display of unity alongside military chiefs before a looming showdown with protesters.
A Japanese cabinet member visited a shrine, a symbol of Tokyo's wartime aggression, pouring salt on a fresh wound since Abe's visit there last week.
Growth in China's factories slowed slightly in December as export orders and output weakened, official data showed.
When the leaders of Mexico and China met last summer, there was much talk of the need to deepen trade. Down on Mexico's Pacific coast, a drug gang was already making it a reality.
China may buy more Iranian oil next year as a state trader is negotiating a new light crude contract.
The Nikkei may have just finished its best year since 1972, but its best days aren't behind it, Nomura said, making Japan its top global pick.
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Mass-market gamblers will help to stabilize Macau's gaming and casino sectors as big players double their capacity, says Matthew Ossolinkski, chairman at Ossolinksi Holding.
Lambros Lambrou, CEO of Aon Risk Solutions Australia, says cybersecurity is the top risk for corporate leaders in terms of business disruption and strategy.
A break above $50 per barrel for U.S. crude will be short lived, with a fall below $40 likely in the next leg down, Warren Gilman, chairman and CEO of CEF Holdings, predicts.