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China releases more carbon dioxide through burning coal than what all of Germany emits from fossil fuels, the New York Times reports.
China's second-largest e-commerce company JD.com has formally requested an anti-trust investigation into rival Alibaba.
After a slow start, shares in Japan Post surged more than 15 percent on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, in the largest IPO in the world this year.
The U.S. could fine air bag maker Takata up to $200 million for safety lapses that led to a huge U.S. recall and multiple deaths.
The decline in China's grasp of English comes as the country sets to assert its position as a global power not just economically but also culturally.
Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is in the U.S. for the first time and could help spread awareness about the sport.
Economists believe the Russian economy faces greater challenges from a shift in domestic policies than from China's slowdown.
China's President Xi Jinping has said economic growth rate will not be less than 6.5 percent in the five years to 2020, Reuters reported.
China's forex regulator is urging officials to be careful about what they eat and where they go as it deepens a drive against graft.
South Korea's annual inflation in October accelerated to its highest in 11 months to reflect an ongoing recovery in consumption.
An Australian fund management firm is caught up in the scandal surrounding 1Malaysia Development Bhd, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The Reserve Bank of Australia held rates at 2 percent but added an easing bias to it statement.
The launch is one of many steps taken by China to transform itself from the world's low-cost factory to a creator of profitable aviation technology.
China's easing of the one-baby rule may not be enough to cure its slowing fertility rate and aging population problem.
One expert thinks talks between leaders of China, South Korea and Japan signify a breakthrough for relations among the Asian giants.
Tuesday's RBA meeting is billed as one of the central bank's most important of 2015, but traders could be more focused on foreign thoroughbreds.
Agricultural Bank of China President Zhang Yun was taken away to assist authorities with an investigation, the FT has reported.
A general manager of China's Dongfeng Motor Group is being investigated for suspected corruption, the country's graft watchdog said.
Xu Xiang, head of one of China's largest private money managers, has been arrested, as Beijing ramps up its crackdown on market manipulators.
Monetary policy decisions will hog the spotlight in Asia this week, with policymakers in Australia, Thailand and Malaysia set to convene.
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Steve Goldman, Kapstream Capital MD, believes the RBA should wait for the release of the budget before cutting rates further.
The RBA will have to consider the AUD strength and whether another rate cut will help the economy, says Savanth Sebastian from Commonwealth Securities.
HSBC had struggled with a difficult operating environment in key markets such as Hong Kong and the U.K., warns Alex Wong from Ample Capital.