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China Haitong Securities is under investigation by the country's stock watchdog for alleged violation of securities regulations.
A petition to stop American Idol finalist Adam Lambert headlining Singapore's New Year concert has gathered more than 12,000 signatures.
India's e-commerce companies are racing to embrace mobile, with some ditching their web platforms entirely to go mobile-only. Here's why.
As India embarks on an aggressive drive to revamp its ailing infrastructure, Asia's third-largest economy may emerge as bright spot for iron ore.
Japan's core consumer prices fell and household spending slumped in October, underscoring the fragile nature of the economy.
Veteran emerging markets investor Mark Mobius has warned of a worse-than-expected slowdown in Chinese steel production.
CITIC Securities, China's biggest brokerage, and smaller rival Guosen Securities are under investigation by regulators.
Australian-listed law firm Slater & Gordon saw its share price lose over half its value after the UK announced changes to payouts for personal injury claims.
South Korea said its own testing showed that Volkswagen intentionally manipulated a diesel emissions device in vehicles with an older engine.
Foreign financial institutions have been allowed into China's interbank forex market, ahead of the yuan's inclusion in the IMF's SDR basked.
Any benefits to Malaysia's markets from the sale of assets by troubled 1MDB may be limited to the currency, with analysts still downbeat on stocks.
In its latest propaganda video, ISIS lists countries that it says are part of a global coalition against it. Among them: Taiwan.
Business investment by Australian companies slumped a record 9.2 percent in the September quarter, causing the Aussie to drop 0.4 percent.
Beijing's crackdown on extremists has sparked complaints over double standards when it comes to China's war against terror.
Asia's luxury shoppers are switching their allegiances from long-time favorites Hong Kong and Singapore, and it's not just for a change of scenery.
India's burgeoning middle class has long been touted as a consumer gold mine but hasn't always lived up to the hype. Here's why.
Toyota said it was reissuing a recall for around 1.6 million cars in Japan to check for possible faulty airbag inflators.
Singapore is targeting a new export for China, already its largest trading partner: the city-state's iconic chilli crab.
Sony has sold 30.2 million units of its PlayStation 4 (PS4) games console worldwide over the last two years.
Americans are traveling all over for Thanksgiving. Data from Priceline.com show that Asia is a top travel destination for holiday merrymakers.
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