Multinational institutions are needed for stability so any move to reduce their authority would be harmful, notes Zhu Min of the National Institute of Financial Research.
Michael Froman, former U.S. trade representative, says it takes more than just talk to support free trade.
China is filling up the void left by Washington in the region, warned Michael Froman, former U.S. trade representative.
Repealing the ACA was easy but replacing it will prove more difficult, warns Michael Froman, former U.S. trade representative.
Asian markets opened mixed, with the Japanese and Korean markets mostly unchanged from the previous session.
Tony Michell, MD of Korea Associates Business Consultancy, says shareholders are likely have questions about Jay Y. Lee's arrest and company restructuing.
Craig Smith, MD of Marriott International, says Chinese tourists remain the top source market for the hospitality chain in Bali and Phuket.
From capital controls to manufacturing policy, businesses operating in China could be facing greater pressure. Geoff Cutmore and Sophia Yan report.
Jason Browne, CIO of FundX Investment Group, says there's still pressure for the market rally to resume.
Three reasons why analysts remain bullish on Chinese tech giant Tencent in 2017.
Alex Yao of J.P. Morgan says Chinese tech companies Alibaba and Tencent will have 80 to 90 percent market share of the online payments space.
Ma Tieying, economist at DBS Bank, says the central bank isn't concerned the Taiwan dollar will hurt export competitiveness just yet.
John Woods, CIO of Credit Suisse, says he's overweight China due to earnings picking up and the economic stabilization.
Alex Yao of J.P. Morgan says Tencent still has more room to grow on the internet payments space.
Michael Dunne of Dunne Automotive says Geely's integration of acquired technology into its designs has brought the automaker success.
Steve Goldman of Kapstream Capital says allocating capital to bond markets is helpful when equities sell off.
Asian markets opened mixed on Thursday, with most indexes getting relief after Wall Street recovered some losses.
Leigh Jasper, CEO of Aconex, says the shares sold by directors were a small amount and that executives remain committed to the company in the long run.
Layne Harwood of Knight Frank says there has been a lack of home construction in New Zealand over the past decade.
Bill Smead, CEO of Smead Capital Management, makes the case for active investing.