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Central banks will drive Thursday's agenda in Asia, with the Bank of Japan starting a two-day review and decisions due in Indonesia, South Korea, and New Zealand.
Alibaba will buy all remaining shares of mobile browser UCWeb, as the e-commerce giant steps up its spending spree ahead of its U.S. listing.
MSCI will not add China's A shares to its benchmark emerging markets index, but the shares will stay on review for a possible move in 2015.
The Chinese yuan rose to its strongest in almost four weeks – a sign its depreciation trend may be a thing of the past, analysts say.
Orders for foreign cars have surged in China and BMW is struggling to keep up with demand according to Franklin Templeton's Mark Mobius.
A security academy at Karachi's airport came under attack on Tuesday, less than 48 hours after an all-night siege by Taliban gunmen at Pakistan's busiest airport that killed more than 30 people.
Rather than China's latest reserve requirement cut for certain banks satisfying market calls for easing, it has instead spurred calls for more.
Fifteen crew of a South Korean ferry that sank in April killing over 300 people, mostly children, went on trial on charges such as homicide.
A military coup and a contracting economy haven't dampened the Thailand stock exchange chief's optimism about getting foreign investors to return.
China's annual consumer inflation rose 2.5 percent in May, faster than April's 1.8 percent rise, data on Tuesday showed.
Japan has earned its first "tourism surplus" in 44 years, with once prohibitively expensive Japanese cities turned into affordable destinations.
A second Chinese military unit has been accused of cybercrime, just weeks after the U.S. charged five officers with alleged economic espionage.
China will cut the level of reserves banks must hold for those that have sizable loans to the farming sector and small- and medium-sized firms.
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The Australian dollar is set to surge a further 7 percent this year to reach parity against the U.S. dollar, analysts at Morgan Stanley said.
India's new government will pursue a broad economic reform agenda focused on job creation, President Pranab Mukherjee told parliament on Monday.
China has accused Vietnam of ramming its ships more than 1,000 times and said while it wants good relations, it would not abandon its principles.
Taliban militants disguised as security forces stormed Pakistan's busiest airport and at least 27 people were killed in a night-long battle.
A fall in imports has sparked concerns about whether China's effort to transition to a domestic-demand-driven economy is working.
Thailand's junta has prepared a force of over 6,000 troops and police for deployment in Bangkok on Sunday to smother protests.
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With falling oil prices and a regional power play underway, the task of diversifying Saudi Arabia's economy is seen with increasing urgency.
Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia & NZ at HSBC, says upbeat comments from the Reserve Bank of Australia means the central bank could keep rates on hold for the rest of 2015.
Speaking to CNBC at the Asian Development Bank's annual meeting in Baku, Arun Jaitley, minister of finance of India, discusses the controversy surrounding the minimum alternative tax.