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Singaporean companies, highly exposed to slowing global trade and a lackluster commodity market, could struggle to refinance their debt.
A computer chip start-up designing hardware for AI applications has raised $30 million to help it take on giants like Intel and Nvidia.
Surveys on Tuesday reinforced hopes of stabilization in the world's number-two economy, but economists warned it may not continue.
Sony Corp cut its annual profit outlook due to losses related to the sale of its battery business.
Singapore's largest bank, DBS Group, is buying ANZ's retail banking and wealth management units in five Asian countries.
Coca-Cola Ginger was launched in ginger-mad Australia on Monday, to mixed reviews.
China's biggest banks are losing money from writing off bad debt at a faster rate than they can earn profits, the SCMP reports.
Central bank decisions are due out of the U.S., Japan and Australia this week, but most analysts aren't convinced that the time is right for rate moves.
Malaysia's PM heads to China for a visit that could further skew Southeast Asian geopolitics in Beijing's favor.
China has zero interest in arms races and thinks very differently about national security, according to new research.
Lackluster factory output, weak consumption and falling consumer prices could hike expectations the BOJ will push back its price target.
What's hot for Halloween this year in Singapore? Horror with an Asian edge, plus "Suicide Squad" and candy corn.
Management woes appear to deepen at the $100 billion conglomerate following the stunning ouster of its chairman.
The higher status gives President Xi more influence over reshuffles of the top ranks at a key upcoming congress, the SCMP reports.
Chinese package delivery company ZTO Express debuted on the stock market Thursday morning, opening at $18.40 a share.
The GOP candidate may not be too kind toward foreigners or immigrants, but a minority of Asian-Americans support him.
Huawei's co-CEO Ken Hu tells CNBC that 5G, AI and product feature improvements will transform smartphones over the next few years.
Shares of Samsung Electronics finished higher Thursday despite a bad third quarter. Here's why investors are optimistic on the stock.
Japanese car-maker Nissan will build its new Qashqai model in Britain despite the U.K.'s vote to quit the EU.
But, Chinese rising stars OPPO and Vivo are successfully jostling for market share.
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