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Eric Schneider, Group head for APAC at MasterCard Advisors, says Bangkok's tourism sector is seeing rapid recovery and will reclaim its title as the world's most visited city "very shortly."
Claudia Mo, Legislator from Hong Kong's Civic Party, says it is not right for some young people to feel that Hong Kongers should focus on democratic rights in the city rather than on the mainland.
The official death toll for the Chinese ferry disaster has increased to 65. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more from Hubei, China.
Sam Le Cornu, senior portfolio manager with Macquarie Asset Management, discusses news that China's central bank has recently provided "Pledged Supplementary Lending" to selected banks.
Despite its global expansion plans, Guy Heywood, COO of Alila Hotels and Resorts, says it is important for the boutique hotel group to stay "smallish and intimate."
Jouko Ahvenainen, co-founder and executive chairman of Grow VC Group, explains how it stands out from other crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter.
Apart from keeping the central bank on hold, the surprisingly upbeat first-quarter GDP print will do little to boost domestic consumption, says David Solusky, head of investment strategy at UBS Wealth Management Australia.
At the European Central Bank's meeting, President Mario Draghi reiterated the need to "look through" periods of high volatility and "retain a steady monetary policy stance." CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports.
Antonio Neri, senior vice president and general manager at HP Enterprise Group, explains how the company is coping with a strengthening greenback.
Antonio Neri, senior vice president and general manager at HP Enterprise Group, discusses the announcement that HP will formally divide into two publicly-traded companies by November 1.
Greece and its creditors are hastening the progress of talks as the cash-strapped nation faces a string of loan repayments, alongside the expiry of its current bailout program this month, says DBS economist Radhika Rao.
Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of Netherlands, told CNBC it was "hard to say" whether a deal between Greece and its creditors could be reached, while adding that nobody wants a "Grexit" to occur.
As the rescue operation for a capsized cruise ship on the Yangtze river enters the third day, hopes of finding more survivors are fading. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Hubei, China.
Anthony Valeri, senior vice president of fixed income research at LPL Financial, says the rise in bond yields is largely driven by weakness in Europe.
Speaking to CNBC at the CommunicAsia in Singapore, Sunita Kaur, MD for Asia Pacific at Spotify, says piracy is the biggest hurdle for the music-streaming service in Asia.
David Bassanese, chief economist at BetaShares, says the quality of Australia's first-quarter gross domestic product isn't "fantastic" as consumer spending remained soft.
Hugo Barra, vice president of International at Xiaomi, explains the Chinese smartphone maker's decision to launch an online accessory store in the U.S. and major European countries.
The fact that "the long arms of the law are getting closer" prompted the resignation of FIFA President Sepp Blatter, says Daniel Hough, director of the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption.
Hiroaki Sakamoto, MD for Asia Pacific at Panasonic System Solutions, explains why the Osaka-based firm turned its focus away from consumer business to the business-to-business (B2B) segment.
Bob Dudley, CEO of BP, says the oil giant remains a "deeply viable company" and is not susceptible to a takeover.
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