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The rollercoaster ride on Chinese stocks has affected investors around the world. We look at some other areas which are likely to feel the pain.
Friendship between Chinese president Xi Jinping and Russia's leader Vladimir Putin is strained, the New York Times reports.
Commercial developers are fast expanding supply in Cambodia but shaky fundamentals could still keep investors away.
The piece of wing found on Reunion Island has been formally identified as part of the wreckage of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
Massive imports have driven down Indian soybean prices by 20 percent in four months and spurred crushers to close factories.
Indonesia is stepping up efforts to lure much needed foreign investment into the country, but will investors bite?
The RBI has hired a former Nomura trader as it seeks expertise needed to make India's financial markets deeper and more responsive to policy moves.
While some businesses fear that a stronger dollar could limit profitability, Malaysia's glove maker Hartalega said it isn't too worried.
Rio Tinto says China's steel production will grow modestly until 2030 but demand will increase in other emerging markets in Southeast Asia and India, the Financial Times reports.
China's encouraging its technology and infrastructure companies to export their skills abroad, the New York Times reports.
The treasury secretary, in an exclusive CNBC interview, also said the stock market turmoil isn't a major concern at this point.
Everyone is blaming China for the recent stock-market rout. But this is much bigger than that, says trader Brian Kelly.
Samsung revealed Thursday that its smartwatch will be compatible with several Android devices rather than just its own phones and is launching with more than 1,000 apps.
China held a military parade that was nothing less than extravagant, in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War 2.
China's recent slowdown is "not a surprise," Frederic Oudea, CEO of Societe Generale, told CNBC on Thursday.
China is one of the world's top defense spenders so it's no surprise that Thursday's military parade will be showcasing the nation's best.
A Chinese stock trading platform part-owned by Alibaba's Jack Ma was slapped with fines by regulators late Wednesday.
Asian stocks mostly recovered on Thursday as investors took heart in a positive finish on Wall Street overnight.
Samsung-owned SmartThings has released a number of updated "smart home" products at IFA as Samsung looks to be at the center of the home.
Millions went on strike on Wednesday, the latest display of opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reform package.
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