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Shares of Guotai Junan International Holdings tumbled on Monday after the company said it had been unable to reach its chairman since last week.
The investment would add to Alibaba and its affiliates' growing media empire, the latest in a string of deals in news and advertising.
The shipping industry is set for consolidation on the back of a collapse in freight rates as growth in China slows.
India's Prime Minister is touring Malaysia and Singapore as Asia's third-largest economy seeks to play a greater role in Southeast Asia.
India's Sisyphean bankruptcy system is in the sights of the country's central bank chief, who says reform is desperately needed to protect banks.
Nearly 100 bodies have been pulled from a landslide near a jade mine in Myanmar's northern Kachin State.
More than 150 newspapers have closed or converted to digital-only offerings in the last two years, the New York Times reports.
China will contribute $14.5M to the hunt for flight MH370, in the latest expansion of one of the costliest searches in aviation history.
China said it would continue to build military and civilian facilities on its artificial islands in the disputed South China Sea.
Japan will release a slew of data and companies around Asia will unveil earnings reports, in a busy week for markets.
Low interest rates, currency devaluation and a corruption crackdown have combined to drive wealth out of China. And it's not returning soon.
A young population and increasing smartphone penetration have empowered Indians to think out of the box, with amazing results.
Former president of South Korea who replaced the last of the country’s military leaders died on Sunday.
Malaysia's markets have taken a beating, and one opposition politician believes the country could now face a financial crisis.
Things are turning around in the Land of Smiles with promising signs pointing to an economic recovery, according to a senior executive at the SET.
A proposed increase in government wages may threaten New Delhi's fiscal deficit target and limit capital spending, overshadowing consumption gains.
Asians and Russians who actively bought property in London's wealthiest areas have deserted the market, the Financial Times reports.
The project to build an integrated Southeast Asian market will be rolled out by the end of 2015, but currency union is not on the cards yet.
Chinese banks are alarmed by a rising number of defaults among jewelry manufacturers, prompting them to review new gold lending more carefully.
Chinese police have killed 28 members of a terrorist gang in a manhunt that lasted almost two months, state media agency Xinhua reported.
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