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Tencent Holdings has been given approval to start its banking operations, China's banking regulator said, making the internet firm the first of five recently approved private banks to open its doors to clients.
India's annual consumer price inflation eased for a fourth straight month in November to 4.38 percent
Police in central China have launched an investigation into the disappearance of more than 100 Vietnamese women who married local bachelors and had been living in villages around the city of Handan.
Chinese industrial production and retail sales data for November were mixed, exacerbating concerns about slowing growth amid the recent trend of below-view indicators.
A co-founder of GrabTaxi remarked that safety is so central to the business that some of his drivers feel like they are tracked at every moment.
A tax-hike-induced recession has shaken confidence in Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, but voters in one of Tokyo’s poorest neighborhoods feel there’s no alternative option as elections approach.
South Korea's capital eclipsed Tokyo to become Asia's most expensive city for expatriates, according to a new survey.
The Australian central bank's top dog may have broken central bankers' seemingly unshakable code of avoiding comments on where interest rates are headed.
China has told its banks to lend more and lower loan-to-deposit ratios, as Beijing prepares to release data that confirms a slower economy.
Japan Prime Minister Abe's election gamble is expected to end in a respectable, if not landslide, victory, but some are concerned the bid may fail.
The world's third-largest economy will hold a general election this Sunday. Here are a few important factors to keep in mind before the big day.
Wal-Mart's retail business in China has been fraught with questionable accounting and unauthorized sales practices, according to Bloomberg.
A court has forced Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi to stop selling its phones in India, denting the company's aggressive expansion plans.
Fitch expects to downgrade Japan's credit rating early next year, as it is unlikely to compile a budget that offsets a delay in the sales tax hike.
Honda Motor Co and Nissan Motor Co will expand their recalls over Takata Corp air bags, the Japanese transport ministry said Thursday.
Hong Kong protesters began packing up their tents and belongings in the main camp site near government headquarters on Thursday,
China's securities regulator approved 12 initial public offerings, a move which could cool a blistering rally in the country's stock markets.
The long-standing romance between India and Russia seems very much alive as Vladimir Putin's one-day summit in Delhi commences on Thursday.
Australia added more jobs than expected in November, suggesting continued improvement in the labor market, but analysts remain skeptical on how reliable the data is.
Japan's core machinery orders, a leading indicator of capital spending, snapped a four-month rising streak in October.
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Will Stein, co-founder and president of Philip Stein, says potential health benefits help to distinguish his watches in the crowded affordable luxury sector.
Jonathan Barratt, chief investment officer at Ayers Alliance Securities, explains why he's expecting weaker second-quarter results for BP.
China's stock market will likely deteriorate in tandem with the shaky investor sentiment over the next few sessions, says Ronald Wan, chief executive of investment banking at Partners Capital International.