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Times are hard for Japanese with a sweet tooth as the country bemoans the latest side effect of Abenomics: a surge in the price of chocolate. More from The Financial Times.
China's yuan-denominated exports fell by a smaller-than-expected 2.5 percent in May from a year earlier, while imports tumbled 17.9 percent.
In its strongest push outside of China, Alibaba has struck a series of partnerships to bolster its global cloud offerings.
Japan's GDP growth was revised sharply higher in the first quarter, data on Monday showed, adding to hopes that its economic recovery is gaining traction.
Inspiring sportsman, cancer survivor and now venture capitalist, Yuvraj Singh aims to fund India's next internet success story.
Investors will get a pulse check on Asia's two largest economies, Japan and China, with a raft of data scheduled for release.
The liberalization of Chinese derivatives markets has attracted a new breed of creative traders employing complex trading strategies.
Beijing is planning a series of regulations designed to force tech firms to give up their secrets in exchange for doing business in China.
South Korean authorities will track the cellphones of hundreds of people under quarantine to prevent the spread of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.
The death toll from a Chinese cruise ship which capsized during a storm in the Yangtze River reached 406 on Sunday, leaving fewer than 40 still missing.
Beijing-based Da Lian Zeus Entertainment Company was the top bidder in an online auction of a steak lunch with Warren Buffett.
Singapore will begin an experiment to begin crowd-sourced buses, with transport rerouted according to data amassed from commuters' smart cards. The Financial Times reports.
Barry Callebaut expects Asia's insatiable demand for chocolate to make up one-quarter of its global sales over the next two decades.
Ku De Ta – the swanky bar perched on the rooftop of Singapore's Marina Bay Sands – is undergoing an extreme makeover, including a name change.
Alan Bond, the flamboyant Australian businessman who funded the country's historic 1983 America's Cup victory, died on Friday.
The death toll from a Chinese cruise ship that capsized on the Yangtze River has climbed to 82, state media said on Friday.
South Korea confirmed the death of one more victim of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) on Friday, the fourth fatality in the country.
Food group Nestle has withdrawn Maggi instant noodles from sale in India citing "an environment of confusion for consumers," after a food scare.
Frustration over how the recruitment industry treats Hong Kong's domestic helpers spurred entrepreneurs to found the Fair Employment Agency.
Taiwan's long-bubbly property prices appear headed for a correction, but it doesn't look like bargain hunters will fill the breach.
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If housing starts to erode economic activity, the Reserve Bank of Australia may ease by December or early 2016, says Sean Fenton, director and portfolio manager at Tribeca Investment Partners.
Several countries will face pushback over the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal due to compromises on sectors like dairy and autos, says Bill Watson, trade policy analyst at CATO Institute.
Stocks will remain vulnerable on expectations of weak Q3 earnings and corporate revenues, says John Carey, EVP and portfolio manager at Pioneer Investments.