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Japan's goal is to be the largest society in the world supported by robotic technology.
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South Korean protesters rallied in downtown Seoul on Friday as around 20,000 police officers stood in anticipation of potential violent clashes.
Singapore's retail sales in January rose from a year earlier thanks to an increase in supermarket as well as food and beverage sales.
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South Korea's Park Geun-hye became the country's first president to be ousted by impeachment after judges on Friday upheld a motion to dismiss her.
China's Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical is planning a bid for German generic drugmaker Stada.
An intelligence spokesman called to delay a security bill, citing the "potentially huge" connection with Palantir, the New Zealand Herald reported.
Experts on country’s IP law say approvals and timing were the result of due process, Financial Times reports.
The Ayala Corporation has made a push to invest in businesses that could play a major role in shaping the country's "social infrastructure."
South Korean President Park Geun-hye finds out Friday whether or not a court will remove her from office over a corruption scandal.
China is threatening retaliation over the THAAD missile system deployed at the Osan Air Base in South Korea.
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World's largest long-haul carrier concerned President Donald Trump's latest travel order will still deter Muslim visitors to America.
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Westinghouse Electric, the U.S. nuclear power plant developer owned by Toshiba, has brought in bankruptcy attorneys.
South Korean courts began their first hearing of a case that could potentially reform corporate governance.
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China Unicom is talking to potential investors to streamline its business as part of the country's effort to reform its SOEs. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Asia has many opportunities and investors will likely stay in the region even as U.S. rates rise, says Michael Yoshikami at Destination Wealth Management.
Standard Chartered Bank FX Strategist Eddie Cheung says despite recent weakness, the U.S. dollar may get support from improving economic data.