China held a military parade that was nothing less than extravagant, in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War 2.» Read More
China to delay implementing new bank technology restrictions that Washington has complained represent unfair regulatory pressure on foreign firms.
Takahide Kiuchi is often the only dissenting voice on the BOJ board as his proposals are voted down, but two years in, he is looking prescient.
A weaker yen isn't driving up prices in Japan, Goldman Sachs says, because cheaper oil undercuts price pressure.
Barack Obama will make a nice salary this year, but it pales in comparison to the sum Singapore's leader will take in.
A drop in Chinese tourist numbers is driving down shop rentals in Hong Kong, with vacancies increasing in the same prime areas.
Tens of thousands of Singaporeans braved torrential rain and lined the streets on Sunday to bid a final farewell to the nation's founding father.
Prada reported a 28 percent fall in its 2014 net profit, as growing retail sales in the Americas and Japan failed to offset declines in China and Europe.
Japanese factory output declined more than expected in February as companies curbed output due to the Lunar New Year holiday.
Suicides and discontentment against government policies in rural India is turning into anger against Modi less than a year since he came into office.
Uber's getting fast and furious in Singapore, souping up its fleet with Lamborghinis and Maseratis as part of its new "supercar" offering.
Disappointing economic data from some of Asia-Pacific's largest economies this week could intensify calls for more monetary easing, economists warn.
Grieving Singaporeans were joined by world leaders on Sunday to pay their final respects to the country's first prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew.
China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan warned on Sunday that the country needs to be vigilant for signs of deflation.
Russia, Australia and the Netherlands became the latest three countries to say they plan to join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will press Chinese officials next week to adopt a more market-determined exchange rate policy, Treasury officials said on Friday.
Some dissidents and opponents of Lee Kuan Yew believe that with his passing the political restrictions he imposed in the name of security will begin to ease.
Opposition and warnings from the U.S. and senior U.K. diplomats have not stopped China's alternative to the World Bank from gaining global support.
Tokyo stock prices are at fifteen-year highs, but Japanese corporations remain pessimistic about the country’s growth potential.
A $50 portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated.
It takes a lot of time, effort and money for them to get there, which has some American firms seeing big opportunities to cash in.
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Olivier D'assier, APAC Managing Director at AXIOMA, outlines the factors which sparked the meltdown in global financial markets.
While the long-term prospect for oil looks promising, the near-term outlook remains cloudy due to factors such as a looming Fed rate hike, says David Lennox, resources analyst at Fat Prophets.
Jonathan Fenby, director of China Research at Trusted Sources, says the parade of military firepower in China on Thursday is "mainly for domestic consumption."