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Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said he does not expect the central bank will run out of government bonds to purchase.
China is very ready to engage with the countries the U.S. has struck a trade accord with, a U.S. government official said.
Chinese cities may be scrambling to contain a private housing bubble, but industrial metals' prices will be supported by a infrastructure spending boom.
Pakistan may not be officially included in this year's round of talks between India and China, but it's certainly high up on the agenda.
Typhoon Chaba battered southern parts of South Korea with violent wind and heavy rain on Wednesday, killing at least three people.
Dealogic data shows China overtaking the U.S. as the world’s largest assets acquirer, according to the South China Morning Post.
The Kremlin said on Wednesday it regretted the fact that Russia and Putin had become what it called an inseparable part of the U.S. election campaign.
Indian budget carrier Indigo has banned children aged under 12 years from its premium extra leg room seats.
Samsung said Wednesday it is buying Viv, a San Jose-based startup created by Siri co-founder Dag Kittlaus, Recode reports.
Swiss prosecutors investigating suspected embezzlement at a Malaysian state investment fund say that $800 million appears to have been misappropriated.
The RBI's policy announcement may indicate the central bank will water down its previous inflation-targeting framework, said Nomura analysts.
Hong Kong political activist Joshua Wong was deported from Thailand on Wednesday after being detained in Bangkok for several hours.
President Duterte threatened to eject American troops from his country, but that could leave the Philippines powerless against China.
The Reserve Bank of India, led by new Governor Urjit Patel, delivered a surprise 25-basis-point cut in the repo rate to 6.25 percent.
New Governor Philip Lowe opted to wait and see, with September inflation data likely to be key to future rates decisions.
India formally joined the Paris agreement on tackling climate change Sunday, the UN said.
Obstacles facing Singapore's property market might not be cleared, but one dark cloud over the luxury end has disappeared, experts say.
Political risks have scared companies off inking deals, Dealogic says — except for Chinese and Japanese firms that hunt U.S. and European targets.
India's coffers benefited big-time from a tax amnesty - but will it be spent on social security or defense?
Blockchain technology could bring an "economic revolution" in many developing countries, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson said.
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Hary Tanoesoedibjo of MNC Group outlines his political interests and warns that comparisons with U.S. President Donald Trump are "just a coincidence."
Isaac Ho, VentureCraft, chose Hong Kong as the base for his VC has due to the city's proximity to China.
There's a perception that oil markets are flooded due to non-OPEC output but fundamentals show demand will remain strong, says Richard Gorry, JBC Energy Asia.