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The United States has promised support for China's campaign to hunt corrupt officials fleeing abroad, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
Emerging Asian currencies are likely to weaken against the dollar on expectations the Federal Reserve will start hiking rates, says a Reuters poll.
China's economy faces increased downward pressure, the premier said, as the country prepares to announce first-quarter economic growth.
Knock-off versions of Apple's smartwatch are on sale at many of Shenzhen's giant tech malls.
Samsung executive tells CNBC the South Korean tech giant is "delighted" a major rival has joined the smartwatch market.
Asian commodity trader Noble Group has managed to fight off another round of research flak, this time from prominent short seller Muddy Waters.
China's consumer inflation held steady in March, but wholesale prices remained entrenched in deflation, signalling a favorable environment for further government stimulus.
China's promise to allow more bond defaults is undermined by the government's mixed messages, and bond investors are still betting on a Beijing rescue.
The Apple Watch became available to pre-order on Friday and fans in Asia and Europe flocked to the stores to get their hands on the product.
Xiaomi announced that it had sent a Guinness World Records for selling the most mobile phones on a single online platform in a 24-hour period.
China sketched out plans for the disputed South China Sea islands, saying they would be used for military defense as well as for civilian services.
Modi's government is planning to launch a scheme that would encourage temples to deposit their gold with banks in return for interest payments.
A battered currency helped Indonesia to export its way back to growth after the Asian financial crisis, but the momentum is slowing again.
After a $6 million refurbishment, fewer than 4,000 passengers have passed through the gates of China's Dachangshan island airport.
Foreign investors are jumping on a seemingly unstoppable Nikkei rally on hopes that Japanese companies will cough up more cash to shareholders.
Sotheby's sold a Southern Song dynasty vase for $14.6 million, making it the third-most expensive ceramic from that era ever sold.
Amid the Apple Watch hype, Samsung is fighting for a space in the limelight for its hotly anticipated Galaxy S6 smartphone, on sale on Friday.
From copycat cars to a fake Disneyland, China has long been home of some extravagant counterfeits. CNBC has compiled a list of some the most crazy.
Hong Kong stocks are a winning trade, investors say, as worries over A-shares and new policy rules send mainland investors bargain hunting down south.
One organization is using solar energy to provide an alternative to kerosene lamps as study aids. Sustainable Energy takes a look.
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Pranjul Bhandari, chief India economist at HSBC, expects lower oil prices to replace government spending as the key driver of growth in India in the second-half of the year.
Annette Beacher, head of economic research at TD Securities, discusses the Reserve Bank of Australia's (RBA) decision to keep interest rates unchanged on Tuesday.
Richard Harris, chief executive at Port Shelter Investment Management, says expectations for an interest-rate increase will inevitably drive volatility, but a repeat of August's market meltdown is unlikely.