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"We are going to continue to work the issue," Mattis told a Pentagon news conference.
Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings pared its stake in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China to 8.43 percent from 9.12 percent.
Two Chinese SU-30 aircraft carried out what the U.S. military described as an "unprofessional" intercept of a U.S. aircraft designed to detect radiation over the East China Sea.
At NATO and the Group of 7 summits, foreign delegations have gotten word that the new U.S. president prefers short presentations and lots of visual aids.
Duterte said he discussed it with Xi when the two met in Beijing on Monday, and got a firm, but friendly warning.
More than 120 student teams came to Singapore to compete for creating the most-fuel efficient vehicle.
President Xi Jinping's message at the Belt and Road Forum was that his infrastructure building program would bring people together.
Western democracy as represented by the U.S. political model "is crumbling," China's Global Times said in an editorial.
Tencent Holding's WeChat is developing 'mini-programs' on its platform that look and operate much like apps on Apple's iOS and Google's Android system.
China's top e-commerce firm also announced a two-year share repurchase program of up to $6 billion.
Lebanon will continue to work with U.S. authorities to soften the sanctions being proposed by Washington, Lebanon's central bank governor said.
"Foreign policy and national security is not something you can just wing," said one former U.S. ambassador.
Pricier smartphones and higher U.S. federal debt are among the key consequences from a potential war against North Korea, according to a Capital Economics.
Cybersecurity is a key growth segment amid intensifying price competition in the phone carriage space, Singtel group CEO says on Thursday.
CNBC got a rare look inside Interpol's Singapore complex where 190 member countries are working together against cybercrime.
Japan reported provisional first quarter GDP on Thursday that came in higher than expected at a quarterly and annual pace.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday there was a "high possibility" of conflict with North Korea.
Japan and other remaining members of the Trans Pacific Partnership will decide how to revive the trade agreement ditched by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe offered his thoughts on an array of topics, from North Korea to demographic challenges, in an exclusive joint interview.
Private equity firm C&C Alpha Group is investing in expedited pilot training to fill the 248,000 commercial pilot seats across the Asia-Pacific region.
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Shell, Accenture and others predicts what a home may look like in 2050.
Given its current volume of unit sales, the stake Zhejiang Geely will buy in Proton could well be a lifeline, Macquarie Capital Securities.
Vladimir Yakunin, Bridgens, says if all statements are to be believed, Russia seems to be "involved everywhere, in everything."