South Korea's 14.7 percent on-year fall in exports last month was the steepest decline since August 2009 and well below economists' forecasts.» Read More
Microsoft plans to close two of its factories in China by the end of March, according to the Dow Jones News Service.
General Motors is to stop making cars in Indonesia, leading to a closure of an assembly plant and axing some 500 jobs.
Samsung Electronics will freeze wages in 2015 for South Korea's employees for the first time in six years, after Apple saw profits fall.
South Korea's highest court struck down a decades-old law banning adultery, sending shares in the country's biggest condom maker surging.
European and US companies have asked their governments for urgent help in stopping the implementation of new Chinese cyber security regulations. The FT reports.
Noble Group rejected fresh allegations of accounting from an obscure research firm, which triggered a trading halt ahead of its annual results.
Flush with cash from the Bank of Japan's stimulus effort, lenders will keep on financing Japan Inc's expensive overseas acquisitions,analysts say.
Britain's Prince William is due to arrive in Japan on Thursday, for his first stop on his official week-long North Asian tour.
Qantas Airways' blockbuster results are just the beginning, according to CEO Alan Joyce who hinted of an even brighter outlook ahead on Thursday.
China's Lenovo Group website was hacked, after the U.S. government advised customers to remove a software that makes their devices more vulnerable.
Australia's Qantas Airways on Thursday reported its best first-half profit in four years thanks to cost-cutting and lower oil prices.
As Chinese markets began trading in the year of the ram, analysts looked for ETFs that track the region's indices to profit from an expected rally.
A new foreign property tax will be imposed in Australia, the latest sign of a gathering international backlash against Chinese property investors. The Financial Times reports.
India's state-run train services stand to receive at least a 25 percent investment boost of over $9 billion, funded by falling fuel costs.
A Chinese government push to promote e-commerce has created online retail rivals for the bigger names, catering to shoppers' fears about product safety.
With a new Sports Hub and world-class events lined up this year, Singapore could claim a bigger slice of the global sports tourism pie.
China is expanding an income-tax break to help more companies and will speed construction of water projects, the cabinet said.
Hong Kong announced measures totaling HK$290 million to help businesses hit by the protests as the government seeks to rebuild confidence in the financial hub.
Singapore is budgeting $3 billion for a fifth airport terminal before the fourth is even completed, but it isn't clear the travelers will come.
The world economy has become credit addicted. China could well be the next victim. The Financial Times reports.
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Radhika Rao, economist at DBS, discusses veteran fund manager Mark Mobius' comments that an interest rate divergence between the U.S. and India will benefit the latter.
Simon Grose-Hodge, head of investment advisory at LGT Bank Singapore, says the sell-off has been overdone, while Beijing's monetary easing shows that it is ready to do more to prop up growth.
While the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will likely keep interest rates on hold, the assessment of China-related risks will be key, says Ben Jarman, senior economist at JP Morgan.