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Hong Kong police fired pepper spray at protesters on Sunday, as hundreds of activists rallied outside the office of Beijing's representative in the territory.
Having visited Western Europe, British Prime Minister Theresa May is now turning her focus to emerging economies, with India as her first stop.
Samsung said Friday that nearly 85 percent of the recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices in the U.S. have been returned or exchanged for another device.
Tens of thousands of South Koreans are expected to march in Seoul to demand President Park Geun-hye's resignation on Saturday.
Russia appears to support Donald Trump, China has criticized both sides and other countries are decidedly pro-Clinton.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye said in a tearful apology on Friday that her "heart was breaking" over a political scandal.
Confidence in Hong Kong's legal system is in danger, after Beijing raised the stakes in its battle to quell pro-independence sentiment in the city.
India set out the structure of its long-awaited GST, but economists are divided on whether opting for multiple rates is a winner or not.
When it comes to becoming the next FedEx or UPS, China's package delivery companies have a long way to go.
Nissan couldn't wait to make its investment decision on its Sunderland plant until the end of Brexit negotiations.
Rodrigo Duterte used a televised speech to slam the U.S. for halting the planned sale of 26,000 rifles to his country.
Chinese firm Huawei has launched a high spec, high price smartphone which could catch consumers reeling from the Samsung Note 7 debacle.
Renewables are "growing strongly" and will continue to do so, according to the executive director of the International Energy Agency.
China's services sector grew at the strongest pace in four months in October as new business picked up, a private survey showed.
Investors are unsure what fine or penalty, in any, the SEC might impose on Alibaba, which is hurting sentiment towards the stock.
Its too early to know which direction the Aussie will break but when it does, there's a high probability it will move towards projection targets.
China says it's "very dissatisfied" with South Korea after the coast guard fired warning shots at Chinese fishermen in South Korean waters.
Structural reform is a key factor to consider when investing in bonds issued by EMs, says HSBC's global head of EM rates research. .
Alibaba disclosed in May that the SEC was looking into this and also the way it reports its annual "Singles' Day" shopping festival.
Shippers, long plagued by overcapacity, can only find temporary solace from the consolidation and government-led solutions currently afoot in Asia.
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The reality is that it will be impossible to remove lone-wolf threats from society, says Richard Fenning of Control Risks.
Sophia Yan talks to Dave Silver, lead programmer of AlphaGo, about how AlphaGo works and the applications of artificial intelligence in the future.
Trip Chowdhry, Global Equities Research, says new Ford Motor CEO James Hackett does not know what it would entail to build an autonomous car-driven company.