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The Reserve Bank of Australia's claim that the Aussie dollar is overvalued is not only wrong, it's disingenuous, according to National Australia Bank.
Budget consumer electronics firm iBall raised eyebrows this week on a report that it has stolen Samsung's crown as India's number one tablet vendor.
Mobile World Congress is normally dominated by Samsung headlines, but this year, Chinese smartphone makers are angling to steal the limelight.
Singapore's decision to hike taxes on its top earners has raised questions on whether this may erode the city state's longer-term competitiveness.
Traditionally, older and poorer Hong Kong men find mainland Chinese brides. But in recent years, highly educated Hong Kong women go to the mainland to find a husband. The Financial Times reports.
BHP Billiton posted a 31 percent drop in half-year profit as prices for all its main products collapsed, but beat market forecasts.
Nests made from swiftlets' saliva are being mixed into coffee and cereal as the producers seek to broaden its appeal, and their profit margins.
Land prices in Japan have been falling since its asset bubble burst in the 1990s, but analysts are optimistic as prices finally look set to rise.
A stunning election result in India won't derail liberalization of the economy—and the real challenges lie elsewhere, anyway.
Selfie wars are heating up, as LG has unveils a range of mid-tier smartphones designed with "high quality selfies in mind."
Honda Motor, in an unexpected move, said that CEO Takanobu Ito would step down in late June, making way for Managing Officer Takahiro Hachigo.
Singapore unveiled a budget on Monday that contains higher retirement benefits, larger infrastructure spending and corporate tax rebates.
Japan Inc sees no need for an aggressive pursuit of a 2 percent inflation goal or additional monetary easing, a Reuters poll showed.
Hong Kong's protests may be over but a new form of radical activism has turned shopping malls and university campuses into a fresh battleground.
Japanese consumers are increasingly worried about runway inflation, warns a Credit Suisse report.
Japan's perennially low yields will keep the country's conservative bond investors lusting after Australia's safe and stable bonds, analysts said.
Corporate Japan is reaching beyond its shores to attract new talent, offering lucrative training programs to recruit employees.
The Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect's lukewarm reception may heat up, with the Hong Kong market saying it plans to allow short-selling from March 2.
Modi is looking to reverse India's effective ban on genetically modified food crop trials in a bid to boost the country's dismal farm productivity.
Former prime minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, has been hospitalized for severe pneumonia for the past two weeks but his condition has since stabilized, according to a statement from the government Saturday.
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Dan Scott, vice president, investment strategy & research at Credit Suisse, says Shell's downstream business will continue to insulate the company from the slide in its upstream business.
Nam Hyung Kim, partner at Arete Research, explains why it's time for investors to start focusing on Samsung Electronics' semiconductor division.
The high valuations of the Chinese e-commerce firms listed in New York are backed up by robust growth rates, says Kevin Carter, founder of The Emerging Markets Internet & E-commerce ETF