More than 3,200 marginal companies could drag down South Korea's industrial economy, Financial Times reports.
Chinese consumers are becoming more concerned about sexual health and upgrading to higher-end condom brands, Financial Times reports.
Trump did not endorse Article 5, the mutual assistance clause that he was expected to publicly back.
Any shock tightening by the Federal Reserve will make its mark in the foreign exchange market.
Malaysian carmaker Proton has finally landed a foreign partner in Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding.
Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson said on Thursday it will build a plant in Thailand to serve the growing Southeast Asian market.
All eyes are on OPEC ahead of a highly-anticipated meeting later in the day, but the big downside risk comes from China, an analyst said.
Singapore's first quarter GDP rose 2.7 percent as expected year-on-year, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said on Thursday, affirming the full-year forecast of 1.0 percent to 3.0 percent.
A U.S. Navy destroyer was traveling close to Mischief Reef in the Spratly Islands in a move likely to anger China.
Iraq's Jabbar al-Luaibi and Iran's Bijan Zanganeh expressed support for a nine-month extension to OPEC-led production cuts.
Seven people were charged on Wednesday with conspiring to steal trade secrets from a Houston-based business.
President Donald Trump previously asked for a probe into the impact of foreign-made steel imports on U.S. national security.
The American electorate chose an inept president. Of course Washington looks less like Washington, writes Kevin Williamson.
Trump's globalist business approach runs counter to his nationalistic agenda, N.Y. Times reports.
Democrats' ranting about the Trump Russia scandal won't win back disillusioned voters, says Michael Tracey.
Moves to downgrade China's credit rating do not indicate imminent trouble for the world's second-largest economy but instead point to the country's "worrisome" long-term direction of travel, global economic analysts have said.
Market watchers are keeping a keen eye on Vienna this week as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries meet.
Chinese automaker Geely will be taking a 49.9 percent stake in Malaysia's iconic, home-grown, but long-struggling carmaker Proton.
China has rejected a move by Moody's to lower its credit rating, saying the downgrade exaggerates the difficulties facing the economy and underestimates the government's reform agenda.
China is hosting a hotly anticipated tournament of Go – a complex, ancient Chinese board game – against a powerful Google computer program, but nobody inside the country can watch the games.