India's been championing its credentials as the world's new growth engine while China stutters. Data suggest it's stepped up to the plate.» Read More
Chinese efforts to encourage homebuyers appear to be gaining traction, with the nationwide drop in property prices slowing in March. The FT reports.
Hundreds of Australian police on Saturday arrested five teens planning an Islamic State-inspired terrorist attack next week.
The reairing of TVB’s “The Greed of Man” could see a resurgence of the “Ting Hai effect” that causes a pullback in Hong Kong's Hang Seng index.
The Asian Investment Infrastructure Bank holds no real significance for the global financial system, according to some economists.
India's bid to woo foreign investors was very much in focus this week at the world’s biggest industrial technology fair, Hannover Messe, in Germany.
South Korean companies feel the pain from the wave of low-cost competition out of China, said Finance Minister Choi Kyung-hwan.
Hong Kong has a dilemma: retailers depend on mainland Chinese shoppers, but local resentment has prompted Beijing to tighten the flow of visitors.
Indonesia is on track to become Asia's next trillion dollar economy in two years, joining the ranks of China, Japan, India, Australia and South Korea.
A tycoon's suicide, the looming resignation of a prime minister: This may sound like a Hollywood film, but it's the latest headache for South Korea.
China has suspended a policy that would have effectively pushed foreign technology companies out of the country's banking sector. The NYT reports.
The Japanese airline announced an R2-D2 livery on its new 787-9 Dreamliner, which is just the start of a five-year ANA Star Wars Project.
The last time Western Australia was engaged in a dispute with Canberra of this magnitude was during the 1930s Depression. The Financial Times reports.
India's statistician faced nonstop questioning about how a new way of measuring GDP created the world's fastest-growing major economy overnight.
No longer. The Chinese factory – an institution that was once so large, it was measured in football fields – is shrinking.
Japan has overtaken China to become the leading holder of U.S. Treasurys and looks like it will be America's biggest creditor for some time.
When asked about the influence that China's AIIB (Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) will have, David Lipton, deputy managing director at the IMF, says that it's a "positive step on their part to contribute to infrastructure investment."
Huawei unveiled its flagship P8 smartphone yesterday. CNBC catches up with Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, and asks him about his target audience in Western markets.
Japan must keep an eye on how its bond-buying program is disrupting the bond market, but it is right to tackle deflation, says OECD economist.
Restrictions on mainland Chinese visitors to Hong Kong have caught Wall Street's attention, with growing worries the rules could hit luxury brands.
Increasing supply is the only way to cool New Zealand's red-hot housing market, the deputy prime minister told CNBC, ignoring calls for new taxes.
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Pramod Gubbi, director of institutional sales at Ambit, says top Indian IT companies may be conservative with their guidance amid a tough macro environment.
Simon Piff, associate vice president, enterprise infrastructure at IDC, explains why customers will be the biggest beneficiary from the merger between Dell and EMC.
Andrew Su, CEO of Compass Global Markets, expects global oil prices to rise above $55 per barrel in the coming months, but warns of short-term volatility.