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China's electronics manufacturing hub is seeking a drastic cut in labor costs, and thinks robots are the answer, the SCMP reports.
"Economic strategy in Europe has to be upgraded and updated," Italy's Finance Minister, Pier Carlo Padoan, tells CNBC.
Singapore's headline consumer price index fell in April from a year earlier for a record 18th straight month, official data showed on Monday.
With a month to go until a vote on the U.K.'s membership of the European Union, analysts at Citi have warned against viewinf the result as "strictly binary."
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Sales barely grew in 2015 at the world's second-biggest start-up, Xiaomi, according to Fortune magazine.
Japan's jawboning on the yen and expectations for more BOJ easing are unlikely to weaken the currency for long, a JPMorgan Private Bank forex boss said.
Emphasis is expected to be placed on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal and an embargo that prevents Washington from selling arms to Hanoi
South Koreans, Asia's biggest per capita alcohol consumers, can now soothe themselves after a big night out with hangover-fighting ice cream.
The U.S. and Japan remained at logger-heads over Japan's currency policies, in a bilateral spat that overshadowed the G-7 meeting in Sendai.
The world's third-largest economy recorded its seventh straight month of falling exports in April, with the yen's spike widely blamed.
China says it will cut off regular communication with Taiwan unless new President Tsai Ing-wen acknowledges that Taiwan belongs to China.
Marjorie Yang and Dee Poon agree on most things at the Esquel Group, including - importantly - the best way to button a shirt.
The BOJ still has "enough ammunition" to hit its elusive 2% inflation target, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda tells CNBC.
India's Prime Minister will embark on a two-day visit to long-time partner Iran, close on the heels of a trip to Saudi Arabia.
The Magic Mirror has a hidden facial-recognition camera that can detect eight human emotions, including anger, happiness and surprise.
The words chosen by Taiwan's new president Tsai Ing-wen at her Friday inaugural address were likely examined carefully by Chinese officials.
Asia's emerged as a key market for fintech players, as the continent's large population and limited banking network lures billions in funding.
The stepson of the Malaysian prime minster used cash from the 1MDB fund to buy a London property, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Tough sanctions on Iran that hammered its oil exports may have helped the country cope with the commodities slump by forcing it to diversify its economy.
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Peter Harbison of CAPA - Centre for Aviation weighs in on the results from Qantas and the AirAsia Group.
Mikio Kumada of LGT Capital Partners says gold prices might be rising but the markets are optimistic about growth.
George Boubouras, CIO of Contango Asset Management, says the Australian airlines put forward a good set of results.