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China issued regulatory rules on outbound investments by centrally controlled state firms to stabilize the faltering yuan.
China is expected to meet government growth targets for 2016 with no surprises.
Chaebol reform may finally materialize in Asia's fourth-largest economy if a leftist candidate win the upcoming presidential election.
Toshiba shares slumped on Thursday after a media report said the industrial conglomerate will post a loss of more than 500 billion yen.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross, commerce secretary nominee, criticized China's trade practices on Wednesday.
The U.S. Commerce Department said it had made a final finding of dumping of carbon and alloy steel cut-to-length (CTL) plate from China.
Ma has made headlines in recent weeks for his meeting with President-elect Donald Trump.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda believes that the yen is currently at an appropriate level for the county's trading partners.
"The market has grossly underestimated trade frictions," said David Cui, head of China equity strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Donald Trump's protectionist policies could hit many regions, Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda told CNBC on Wednesday.
China's richest man has appealed to President-elect Donald Trump not to drag the entertainment industry into an international trade war.
President Xi Jinping's speech in Davos signaled a "new era", the chairman of one of the world's largest law firm told CNBC on Wednesday.
Australia remains committed to free and open trade relationships, according to Mathias Cormann, Australia's finance minister.
Toshiba is considering spinning off its semiconductor business and selling a partial stake in the unit to Western Digital.
Japanese auto parts maker Takata took a major step toward putting its airbag scandal behind it on Friday, the NYT reports.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warns that populist approaches can lead to war and poverty.
Demonetization could see India grow at its slowest pace since at least 2011, according to Societe Generale.
The fate of Samsung's leadership could be tied to the corruption scandal involving South Korea's president, the NYT reports.
The deep-sea search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has ended without any trace being found of the plane that vanished in 2014.
Relations between the world's two largest economies are center-stage ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's speech at WEF.
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Kristine Berzina, The German Marshall Fund, says trade, climate change and the U.S. stance on Russia are contentious issues likely to be carried into the G7 meet.
Richard Gorry, JBC Asia, says the extension is not sufficient and that markets will be "grossly oversupplied" when the cuts end.
Reform and fiscal policy under its new president, and strong China GDP are giving Korean markets something to cheer about, says Cedric Chehab, BMI Research.