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India ordered the United States to close down an embassy club for expatriate Americans in New Delhi, escalating their diplomatic row.
The outlook for Japan will become even brighter with the emergence of a “wage surprise,” according to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Judging from Chinese television, the worry is that the one-child policy has created a generation of wimps. The FT reports.
With analysts and investors bearish on emerging markets, China might offer the best of a bad job, according to investment banking group Jefferies
Run Run Shaw, the Hong Kong media mogul who was largely credited with inventing the kung fu genre — died on Tuesday at his home in Hong Kong. He was 106. NYT reports.
A significant number of workers in Singapore intend to change jobs in the coming year, according to a new report by recruitment firm Hudson.
Macau gaming stocks are in for a "watershed" year, with casinos set to enjoy solid demand growth without an increase in new supply, says Citi.
China approved the construction of more than 100 million tons of new coal production capacity, despite plans to tackle choking air pollution.
China has temporarily lifted its ban on foreign-made game consoles, opening up a lucrative market to major gaming companies.
Japan retail stocks have surged, but investors need to get more selective ahead as the looming consumption tax hike won't hit all retailers equally.
Samsung CEO BK Yoon speaks out about the future of Samsung innovation and new technology. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.
China is on course to buck the slowing trend of emerging economies and accelerate its growth by 2015, HSBC argued.
Steps to curb shadow banking in China are a positive sign, but a sharp rise in non-performing loans remain a key risk, says economist Andy Xie.
As the bone chilling "polar vortex" continues to freeze America to its core, in Australia things could not be more different. NBC reports.
Samsung has reignited shareholder calls for more returns after splashing out on a special employee bonus estimated at nearly $1 billion.
India's Aam Aadmi Party has stunned the nation with its meteoric rise, raising millions via online donations and garnering support of corporate executives in the country.
China's central bank looks set to risk another cash crunch at the end of January as policymakers press ahead with a crackdown on shadow financing.
Why are foreign banks still willing to pay premium prices to gain access to the mainland?
Any slowdown in China won't have a long term effect on the price of oil, says Malcolm Graham-Wood, founding partner at Hydrocarbon Capital.
Singapore Airlines Ltd said an Airbus A380 flying from London to Singapore made an emergency landing in Azerbaijan due to cabin depressurisation.
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CNBC's Pauline Chiou reports from the protest site in Admiralty. She also discusses her interview with Jimmy Lai, Hong Kong entrepreneur and an outspoken critic of Beijing.
James Mirrlees, 1996 Nobel Memorial Prize Laureate in Economic Sciences, outlines what is needed to revive growth in the euro zone.
Lim Say Boon, Chief Investment Officer at DBS Group Wealth Management, says U.S. shares are now in a "dangerous stage of the bull cycle."