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In a country where owning a car has long been a symbol of luxury and success, around 85 percent of Chinese car buyers still buy cars with cash.
A record 14 shareholder proposals for higher returns will be made at annual general meetings this month, according to IR Japan, a research firm.
China has sent four oil rigs into the South China Sea in a sign that Beijing is stepping up its exploration for oil and gas in the tense region.
One of the two hopefuls in Indonesia's presidential election has been accused of being a closet Christian, the other of being a foreigner and unfit to lead the nation.
China's National Audit Office has found irregularities at 11 state-owned conglomerates.
The United States downgraded Thailand, Malaysia and Venezuela to its list of the world's worst centers of human trafficking on Friday, opening up the countries to possible sanctions and dumping them in the same category as North Korea and Syria.
Police shot dead 13 attackers in China's restive Xinjiang region after they rammed a car into a police station and detonated explosives, the latest in a series of attacks to worry Beijing.
Nearly 600,000 votes have been cast in three days of an unofficial referendum on democratic reforms in Hong Kong, part of a civil campaign that has been branded illegal by the former British colony and by Communist Party authorities in Beijing.
A Coca-Cola bottling plant has been ordered to close in northern India after local farmers blamed it for using too much water.
China's economy is at a "tipping point" and the property sector will determine how it lands, Credit Agricole warns.
Four mainland Chinese IPOs drew huge demand, with Shanghai Lianming Machinery attracting interest around 515 times the amount on offer.
Luxury retailers in China are suffering amid an anti-corruption drive and uncertain economic outlook and they're unlikely to recover anytime soon.
Some analysts say fears of an imminent collapse in China's housing sector that is similar to that in the United States are overblown.
Asia's markets aren't likely to repeat the taper tantrum selloffs as the Federal Reserve edges closer to eventual policy tightening, analysts said.
China signalled it would buy bonds when Greece issues debt again, in a show of support for a financially-stricken nation.
A month after a landslide election win, India's new government finds itself having to take action to fulfill a pledge to contain inflation.
The failed Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange, Mt.Gox, received court approval on Tuesday to begin Chapter 15 bankruptcy proceedings in the United States.
CTS Technology will face the largest fine in the FCC's history for marketing illegal devices that block phone calls and other radio signals.
Over 100,000 tons of alumina stored at Qingdao port is missing, deepening fears that firms exposed to a metals financing scam could face big losses.
Vietnam will lower the mid-point rate for trading the dong on the interbank market by 1 percent to support exports, the central bank said.
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Vassili Serebriakov, currency strategist at BNP Paribas, says the euro has become a funding currency which means it is now negatively correlated with risk.
Even though the Greek government has a mandate now, the Eurogroup holds the key to financial aid so Greece has to blink first, says Angel Ubide, senior fellow at Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE).
While Wall Street will reopen to volatile trade on Monday, Masood Vojdani, founder of MV Financial, advises U.S. investors to stay patient as the Greek situation will likely be resolved soon.