China's official manufacturing PMI stood at 50.2 in June, steady from the previous month and just above the 50-mark that that separates growth from contraction.» Read More
If you want to know why the Chinese government is keen on Alibaba, look no further than Beishan – one of China's many "Taobao" villages.
Hundreds of heavily armed police raided homes in Sydney and Brisbane on Thursday, launching a large-scale Australian "counter-terrorism operation".
Japan's exports fell 1.3 percent percent in August from the year-ago period, compared with a Reuters poll expecting a 2.6 percent fall.
China will boost small firms by cutting their taxes, increasing their subsidies and encouraging banks to step up lending to them.
Despite India's huge talent pool of graduates, few are equipped with skills to be gainfully employed.
Nearly two months after the FIFA World Cup, employees in Singapore have another excuse to turn up to work bleary-eyed: the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix.
Asia ex-Japan hedge funds have posted the strongest performance worldwide this year, data from research house Eurekahedge shows.
Sony Corp warned of a much-deeper-than-expected loss after it was hit by an impairment charge for its struggling smartphone division.
The Chinese are interested in acquiring everything American, from companies to real estate, looking to protect their assets.
The music business has shifted toward downloads and streaming globally. But in Japan, the compact disc is still king. The New York Times reports.
Following reports that the PBoC will provide hefty liquidity injections for its banks, some analysts say something bigger is round the corner.
The anti-corruption campaign which has swept across China in the last two years has gone global. The Financial Times reports.
As Indian PM Modi welcomes his Chinese counterpart to Gujarat, analysts say the meeting between the leaders will be the most significant in decades.
The Bank of Japan has begun paying banks for lending them cash in a sign the central bank is reaching the limits of its power to reflate the economy.
Asia might be the place to be for females working in finance, an industry infamous for its grueling hours and male-dominated management culture.
The e-commerce giant has spent over $4 billion on just four acquisitions in the first half of 2014.
It's a hindrance most city dwellers face regularly – pedestrians are so glued to their phones they inevitably end up bumping into others.
A Germany-based Chinese shoe company says the CEO and COO have gone missing—and so has the company's cash.
China will ban the import and local sale of coal with high ash and sulfur content starting from 2015 in a bid to tackle air pollution.
India extended a $100 million export credit to Vietnam for defense deals and tightened energy ties, ahead of China's President Xi Jinping's visit.
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