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The Monetary Authority of Singapore on Friday moved to prohibit former Goldman Sachs banker Tim Leissner from financial market activity in Singapore.
CNBC Asia visits what people are calling, 'a vertical city'.
Almost half of those surveyed said they would start comparison shopping if there was a shortage of a product for their favorite electronics brand.
Citic Group and Carlyle have appeared as the leading contenders to secure the acquisition of the McDonald's China franchise, according to the FT.
Sustainable Energy takes a look at how one construction project in Japan is looking to go green.
Chinese buyers of luxury cars will have to pay extra under Beijing's new effort to rein in ostentatious spending.
Dalai Lama visit sparks a diplomatic row between China and Mongolia.
President-elect Donald Trump is willing to play any role to help "fantastic" Pakistan overcome problems, PM Nawaz Sharif's office said.
Trump’s win has left a “high degree of uncertainty," said Leif Lybecker Eskesen, senior VP for economics and investment strategy at Singapore state fund GIC.
Millennials in China are sparking ideas that take social media and live streaming to new monetary heights.
A new Android malware has breached more than a million Google accounts since August, with most of the infected devices located in Asia.
China's economy continued to show signs of stabilization in November with two separate manufacturing surveys released Thursday performing better-than-expected.
Once again, data upholds India's ranking as the world's fastest-growing economy. But the South Asian giant can't retain that title for long.
Political uncertainty has left the outlook for Asia's fourth-largest economy as cloudy as a glass of makgeolli, a traditional Korean rice liquor.
Convenience stores are booming in China as the pace of life speeds up and consumers seek quick purchases, says Bain & Company.
The U.K.’s new polymer five pound banknote is strong, resistant to moisture, more eco-friendly and contains fat… animal fat that is.
Seoul's promise to host American missile defense technology on its soil may fall apart following President Park's de-facto resignation.
Palm plantations in Indonesia which produce palm oil for global consumer companies have been found to have used child labor.
Policymakers in Asia should avoid capital controls if they want foreign capital flows to remain, says Temasek's strategy MD Michael Buchanan.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of India to protest an unusual economic policy: demonetization, Vox reports.
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Henry Low of Amazon Asia Pacific Holdings tells CNBC about the launch of the internet retail giant's Amazon Prime Now Service in Singapore.
Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive says markets were concerned by how U.S. auto makers' profits coming mainly from pick-ups in the U.S.
Consumers will benefit from the greater offerings from internet retailers, but offline retailers stand to lose, says Mike Booker from Bain & Company.