China is ready to force more than two dozen journalists from American news organizations to leave the country by the end of the year. The NYT reports.» Read More
China's central bank warned that financial institutions should not trade the digital currency bitcoin, due to the risk it carries risks.
Singapore real estate is in danger of losing some of its shine, as the market had slipped four places in 2014, down from third place this year.
Indians are latching onto an idea that began six years ago in Kenya of transferring money on a cellphone. The New York Times reports.
Apple and China Mobile have signed a deal to distribute Apple's iPhone, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Buying China broadly won't deliver returns and investors need to be picky about mainland stocks, said HSBC's Asia equities investment director.
Shares in Australia's Qantas Airlines slumped 17 percent on Thursday after the carrier issued a profits warning.
China announced a sweeping package of economic and social reforms last month, boosting global sentiment towards Chinese investments. The FT reports.
China has opened up its mobile broadband market after granting 4G licences to the country's three main telecom companies. The FT reports.
Indian gold smugglers are adopting the methods of drug couriers to sidestep a government crackdown on imports of the precious metal.
Australia's trade minister has said he is not relying on a global deal at this week's World Trade Organization summit.
In a sharp rebuff, China accused Washington of taking Japan's side in a tense clash over disputed islands in the East China Sea.
China will begin rolling out financial liberalization reforms in the Shanghai FTZ within three months, the PBOC said in a statement on Wednesday.
The Singapore Exchange and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing signed a deal to co-operate on promoting the internationalization of the Chinese currency.
Indians are frustrated by the slow pace of government reforms to reignite the country's growth, said the head of Hero MotoCorp.
Despite talk of a significant economic slowdown in China, Fortescue Metals doesn't expect the world's second-largest economy to lose steam soon.
Better-than-expected data out of India and Indonesia this week suggests the two Asian economies may be better placed to weather the imminent tapering.
A deal signed in South Korea by Huawei Technologies could undermine Washington's defense ties with Seoul. The FT reports.
At the “make or break” meeting of the WTO in Bali this week, Indonesia’s trade minister told CNBC there was a less than 50 percent chance of a deal.
Australia's economy put in another subpar performance last quarter as domestic demand disappointed and consumers chose to save rather than spend.
A Japanese government spending package, aimed at bolstering the economy ahead of a national sales-tax hike, will total about $182 billion.
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