Frank Lavin, CEO at Export Now, discusses the issue of agriculture and auto subsidies between Japan and the U.S. amid negotiations of the Trans-pacific Partnership (TPP).» Read More
As the Beijing Auto Show kicks off on Monday, Martin Winterkorn, Chairman and CEO at Volkswagen, says plug-in hybrids will dominate its lineup in China for alternative energy cars.
Saktiandi Supaat, Head of Global FX Strategy at Maybank, expects U.S. durable goods data and corporate earnings to provide support for the greenback this week.
Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford, tells CNBC's Eunice Yoon how the automaker is catching up in China with the debut of its Lincoln brand this year.
At the China Entrepreneur Club's annual summit, Liu Yonghao, Vice Chairman at China Minsheng Banking and Chairman of New Hope Group describes how traditional lenders are helping small firms get loans.
Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at the Bank of Singapore, explains the factors that led Japan to post a disappointing 1.8 percent annual rise in March exports.
Francis Gaskins, Director of Research at Equities.com, says Weibo's decision to cut the size of its initial public offering may be due to a 5 percent drop in revenue for the March quarter.
While U.S. earnings remain an important market mover, Richard Jerram, Chief Economist at the Bank of Singapore, says attention will be on the China's HSBC flash purchasing managers' index.
Richard Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, explains why the firm is still seeing "great appetite" for its theater in the mainland.
Richard Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, says the firm's decision to sell a 20 percent stake in its Chinese business could elevate growth and add on value for shareholders.
Ha Jiming, Vice Chairman, China at Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management, says China needs structural reforms that can correct imbalances in its economy.
Loh Chin Hua, CEO at Keppel Corp, says the company's 30-year deal with Titan Petrochemicals is a "good partnership" that can help Keppel gain access into China.
Mark Austen, CEO, Asia Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association, discusses reasons why Beijing failed to sell all of its bonds at an auction last Friday.
A recent change in market sentiment for social media stocks could be a challenge for Weibo in its trading debut, says Junheng Li, Head of Research at JL Warren Capital.
Martin Schulz, Managing Director, International Equity at PNC Capital Advisors, says China's growth rate could come in below 7 percent since structural reforms need time to take effect.
Despite Google's disappointing earnings, Victor Anthony, Managing Director at Topeka Capital Markets, still thinks the tech giant had a "solid quarter."
According to a HSBC survey, 51 percent of parents polled around the world ranked the U.S. as one of the top university destinations. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
David Madden, Managing Partner at DAC Financial Management, says the amount of non-performing loans in China may be three times larger than what lenders have been reporting.
More members of the Chinese elite are eschewing flashy logos for bespoke goods. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.
As China's first quarter growth hits 18 month low, Helen Qiao of Morgan Stanley and Hu Yifan of Haitong International discuss what to expect from the following quarters along with the nation's reforms agenda and its mounting corporate credit default woes.
Bill Maldonado, CIO, Asia Pacific at HSBC Asset Management, discusses expectations for China's first-quarter gross domestic product (GDP).