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Michael Jordan has won a trademark case in China's top court against a brand bearing a Chinese language version of version of his name.
Vietnam has begun dredging work on a disputed reef in the South China Sea to bolster its claims in the strategic waterway.
Macau casino stocks dropped more than 10 percent during Thursday afternoon trade after ATM withdrawal limits were announced in the region.
While black swans are inherently unpredictable, Nomura has pointed to 10 potential grey swans to worry about for 2017.
Nintendo's upcoming "Super Mario Run" mobile game on Apple's iOS is "crucial" and the company needs to "nail it", analyst say.
One of Duterte's own former ministers is expected to head a new opposition party.
India’s central bank stood pat on interest rates on Wednesday, eschewing the market’s expectation for a cut as demonetization plays out.
India's central bank unexpectedly kept its policy repo rate unchanged at 6.25 percent on Wednesday, despite calls for action.
Sony announced its PlayStation 4 console has exceeded 50 million sales worldwide on Wednesday.
Starbucks plans to open 12,000 additional stores globally in the next five years, with half of the new units in the U.S. and China.
The success of "Your Name," a fantasy body-swapping romance, in China is stoking expectations for the film ahead of its U.S. release.
Japan's economy grew at an annualized rate of 1.3 percent in the July-September quarter, revised down from a preliminary reading of 2.2 percent.
While Donald Trump's claims may have been true about decade ago, they are contrary to China’s current reality.
Chinese GDP (gross domestic product) growth could balloon to 8 percent next year, according to one economist's "outrageous predictions" hotlist for 2017.
The central bank is widely believed to have sold dollars to support the yuan currency as it sunk to more than 8-1/2 year lows in November.
The death toll from a magnitude 6.5 earthquake that struck Indonesia's Aceh province on Wednesday has risen to 93, the provincial government said.
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A political vacuum will hurt investment confidence in South Korea, says Rob Subbaraman, Asia ex-Japan chief economist at Nomura.
Both OPEC and non-OPEC members recognize that oil prices will being to unwind again if there is no output deal, says OCBC Bank's Barnabas Gan.
Private car ownership in Asia is not as high as in the Western countries, says Emil Michael, senior vice president of business development at Uber.