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Management woes appear to deepen at the $100 billion conglomerate following the stunning ouster of its chairman.
The higher status gives President Xi more influence over reshuffles of the top ranks at a key upcoming congress, the SCMP reports.
Chinese package delivery company ZTO Express debuted on the stock market Thursday morning, opening at $18.40 a share.
The GOP candidate may not be too kind toward foreigners or immigrants, but a minority of Asian-Americans support him.
Huawei's co-CEO Ken Hu tells CNBC that 5G, AI and product feature improvements will transform smartphones over the next few years.
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Japanese car-maker Nissan will build its new Qashqai model in Britain despite the U.K.'s vote to quit the EU.
But, Chinese rising stars OPPO and Vivo are successfully jostling for market share.
Profit growth in China's industrial firms slowed in September from the previous month's rapid pace as several sectors showed weak activity.
Samsung Electronics reported operating profit of $4.5 billion after its components business helped offset the hit to the mobile unit.
China and Japan are competing to invest in $1 trillion worth of mineral resources in the Philippines, shedding light behind Manila's Asia pivot.
Three straight quarters of steady growth rates in China have raised suspicions but the country doesn't need to fake data, Xinhua says.
A suspended Philippine nickel miner said it has sued government environment agencies for a nearly four-month stoppage of its operations.
In a letter, Cyrus Mistry warned that Tata Motors, Tata Steel, a telecom venture and Tata Power were "legacy hotspots".
A new bidding war over Australia's biggest farm has reignited fears of anti-China sentiment and put pressure on Canberra to clarify investment rules.
One chief investment officer told CNBC's "Power Lunch" that there is still a market for Apple in developing countries.
It's not time to abandon the Red Giant, says this legendary investor. China's growth is still robust, and its middle class is rising.
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Roy Teo of ABN AMRO Bank talks about euro direction and when the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates this year.
Tom Switzer, senior fellow at the U.S. Studies Centre, University of Sydney, talks about how the role of the media in keeping government accountable.
Roger Tan, CEO of Voyage Research, talks about what to expect from the city-state's Budget 2017.