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The Bank of Japan's decision makers remained concerned their 2 percent inflation goal would be difficult to keep, meeting minutes show.
Soaring rents and food costs, alongside labor shortages and stiff competition, are some challenges that young cafe owners face in Singapore.
A Chinese nuclear power firm is set to become one of the country's largest domestic listings when it floats on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Samsung launched a limited Iron Man edition of its Galaxy S6 Edge on Tuesday, in the company's latest push to promote its curved screen smartphone.
With iron ore still at multi-year lows, a reported interest by China’s biggest steelmaker for Fortescue Metals makes business sense, analysts say.
Australia may be weighing allowing foreign airlines to offer domestic flights, but it isn't clear the skies down under are particularly attractive.
Gross domestic product expanded an annualized 2.6 percent from the year before, topping the advance estimate of 2.1 percent.
Guangzhou's municipal government is planning to launch its own Uber-like online taxi hire service, only weeks after police closed the Uber office. The Financial Times reports.
The Australian government may allow foreign airlines to operate domestic routes, reports the Wall Street Journal.
A China infrastructure tycoon who is suing local governments for failing to pay their bills said he reached settlement deals. The Financial Times reports.
It's been a year since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the helm of the world's largest democracy. Here are 10 key highlights - and lowlights - from his first year in office.
Japanese stocks seem to be on an irresistible rally, and cheap valuations are expected to propel them to greater heights, analysts say.
Malaysia uncovers 139 graves thought to contain the remains of migrants scattered around suspected human trafficking camps.
Chinese stocks rallied for their fifth successive day Monday to breach seven-year highs but growth prospects for the world's largest economy are still weak.
Apple has continued to make its presence felt on the global smartphone market but is now facing a challenge from the Chinese giants.
A year after the military took power in Thailand, the regime has postponed elections and a former PM warns the junta may be running on limited time.
After three meltdowns of Hong Kong-listed stocks this week, Dennis Gartman says not to be afraid of of investing in China.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) - the world's largest consumer technology trade show - launched its inaugural Asian event in Shanghai on Monday.
Japan should remain the key focus this week as investors look to a slew of data on tap to confirm that the economic giant is poised for a comeback.
North Korea is a male-dominated society, but it is the women making the money as the nation allows an unofficial market-based economy to take shape.
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Alexis Zirah, co-founder of Luxify, explains that shoppers can get anything from yachts to watches on the online luxury marketplace.
China's slowdown will be a long-term trend regardless of what the People's Bank of China does, says Dickie Wong, executive director of Kingston Securities.
Rising use of margin debt by investors in Chinese markets might affect its bounce-back, says Richard Iley, chief economist for emerging markets at BNP Paribas.