The death toll from a capsized South Korean passenger ferry rose to 25 on Friday.» Read More
Guatemala will seek to expel John McAfee from the country after the anti-virus software guru, on the run from a murder probe in Belize, entered illegally.
As the prospect of the U.S. economy falling off a "fiscal cliff" looms large, keeping stock markets on edge, one technical analyst says falling off the "cliff" is likely to end up being a non-event for equities.
Christophe Pochart, CEO, Audisoft discusses the firm's expansion plans in Asia.
Viral Bhuta, Fixed Income Portfolio Manager, UTI International says that opening up India's supermarket sector to foreign players will cut wastage and boost bottom lines for farmers.
Michele Flournoy, Former U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Policy says the greatest opportunity for the U.S. lies in the Asia Pacific region.
Catherine Yeung, Investment Director, Fidelity Worldwide advises investors to ignore the negative sentiment in the markets and focus on Asian equities given their strong long term fundamentals for Asia are still strong and high dividends.
Foreign retail companies could soon be free to move onto Indian soil after parliament voted to allow foreign direct investment in a fiercely contested debate on Wednesday evening.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as shares traded higher ahead of key budget statements from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Chinese stocks, which have had a forgettable year so far, climbed 3 percent on Wednesday, after the country's new leadership promised further reforms. But is the rally that has fizzled out many times in the past here to stay?
India is slated to become the world's second-most competitive destination for manufacturing operations, after China.
China's economic growth may quicken to 8.2 percent in 2013 from an expected 7.7 percent this year in response to official growth-promoting polices, but downside risk remains from global uncertainties, a top Chinese think-tank said on Wednesday.
Zhengzhou Coal Mining shares tumble in its Hong Kong debut, negatively affecting the underwriters of the $300 million offering, underscoring reduced appetite for new IPOs.
Growth in China's services sector slowed in November as lackluster growth in new orders and a surge of work backlogs.
Robert Musetti, Global Head of Institutional Sales, Cash Equity, Derivatives and Financing, Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas says that Asia is an underperformer relative to Europe and the United States. He explains why.
After winning a hard-fought battle for Asia Pacific Breweries, Heineken is set to further increase its investments in Asia. CEO Jean Francois van Boxmeer talks about which markets the Dutch brewer sees the strongest growth in.
Australia's resource-blessed economy grew a moderate 0.5 percent last quarter thanks to a fresh burst of business investment, but lower export revenues, government cutbacks and a cresting mining boom mean tougher times may lie ahead.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including gains for defensive stocks such as utilities.
Qualcomm will invest as much as $120 million in Sharp, a cash injection likely to make it the struggling Japanese TV maker's biggest shareholder.
In line with expectations, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) delivered a 25 basis point rate cut on Tuesday, taking the benchmark interest rate to 3 percent - its lowest level since 2009. However, analysts remain divided on whether the central bank will push rates even lower next year.
Southeast Asia's largest economy is going to implement double-digit wage hikes next year which raises the question – Is the country's position as a hot spot for foreign investment under threat.
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David Frigstad, Chairman of Frost & Sullivan, says Japanese firms are "aggressively" pursuing changes in their corporate culture after missing out on previous global opportunities.
Jeffrey Halley, Senior Manager at Saxo Capital Markets, describes the factors impacting the rupee in Thursday trade.
Richard Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, explains why the firm is still seeing "great appetite" for its theater in the mainland.