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Since the election of Prime Minister Narenda Modi six months ago, the prospect of better times ahead has not yet persuaded firms to invest in India.
Thomas Chong, Director and Head of China Internet Research at Citi and Jeff Walters from Boston Consulting Group, discuss how Alibaba can sustain its ecosystem.
A second sales tax hike in Japan is unlikely as the recent fall in consumer confidence has been " too big a knock for the economy", says Richard Martin, MD at IMA Asia.
Julien Chiavassa, Regional Director & E-commerce Head at Clarins, discusses the significance of the 24-hour online shopping event and outlines the firm's plans into the e-commerce market.
Japan's current account balance remained in the black for a third straight month in September.
Construction in China's version of Manhattan stalled as the financial crisis hit the country, NBC News reports.
China's outlook is top of mind for global CEOs, but most expect the slowdown will be well-managed and plan to pursue expansion plans in the mainland.
Dariusz Kowalczyk, Senior Economist & Strategist at Credit Agricole, says the HK-Shanghai trade link will fuel a rise in China's capital inflows, underpinning strength in the renminbi.
A stronger dollar is a headwind for many U.S. exporters, but the CEO of Caterpillar told CNBC that greenback strength has given his company a boost.
Alex Gorsky, Chairman & CEO of Johnson & Johnson, outlines the opportunities that the firm sees in the mainland. He also discusses Chinese President Xi's comments at the APEC CEO Summit.
China's key inflation gauge stabilized in October but remained at a five-year low, fresh data showed on Monday, adding to evidence the world's second largest economy is cooling.
October's inflation data show the return of overcapacity woes and Beijing needs to step up on stimulus measures, says Steve Wang, Chief China Economist at Reorient Financial Markets.
Compared with the hopelessness in the Europe, the good news from the Orient felt like throwing the hat in the air and screaming "Bravo Asia!"
India's steel consumption is expected to grow at its fastest pace in five years next year on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's infrastructure push.
The BoJ Governor not only surprised the markets with his latest splurge of monetary easing, he sprang it on his own board members two days earlier.
China's economy is stable and the risks that it faces are not that scary, President Xi Jinping said on Sunday in a speech at the APEC CEO Summit.
Annual growth in China's exports and imports slowed in October, data showed on Saturday, reinforcing signs of fragility in the world's second-largest economy.
Gokul Laroia, Asia Pacific Co-CEO of Morgan Stanley, explains why the region is looking "increasingly interesting" and discusses the significance of "quality growth" from China moving forward.
India will fall well short of its $9.5 billion privatization target this year, despite a big stock market rally that has attracted foreign investors.
Despite slow progress, Australia's job market is stabilizing and will continue to improve over the next few months, says Steve Shepherd, Employment Market Analyst at Randstad.
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