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Trading houses and banks are checking on their exposure to the Qingdao probe into metal financing over concerns of a crackdown on commodity financing.
India could allow global online retailers such as Amazon to sell products as early as next month, removing restrictions that have stifled competition.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has been counseling employees on how to deal with the roughly $41 billion they could unlock through a New York listing.
Worries over a probe into commodity stockpile financing at China's Qingdao port deepened as Standard Bank and a Dreyfus unit warned of losses.
Alibaba will take a 50 percent stake in 2013 Asian Champions League winner Guangzhou Evergrande Football Club, for 1.2 billion yuan ($192 million).
The Thai junta has started fixing an economy battered by turmoil. So far so good, if the reaction in Thai markets this week is anything to go by.
LinkedIn launched in China earlier this year, and it is apparently taking Beijing's Tiananmen censorship policy global.
U.S. companies such as Facebook threaten the cyber-security of China and its Internet users, said the People's Daily on its microblog.
The Nikkei touched a fresh two-month high this week, a sign that concerns about Japan's economy are fading, analysts say.
On an Indian farm, cows listen to a custom music playlist. They are checked before their udders are gently squeezed, until the cows step away at will.
The former AIG CEO made the decision to stay in China in 1989, even as other Western businesses fled the country.
Japan's Dai-ichi Life Insurance Co. has agreed to buy U.S. peer Protective Life for $5.7 billion, the largest acquisition by a Japanese insurer.
Samsung Electronics on Tuesday is unveiling its first phone that uses propriety software, rather than Google Android.
Twenty-five years on from the Tiananmen massacre, and China's ruling Communist Party remains tense about that day.
Australia's economy grew 3.5 percent in the first quarter on-year, above market expectations, data on Wednesday showed.
Thailand's military rulers said they will arrest those who ignore warnings to lower the three-fingered salute from "The Hunger Games."
There's one thing even Hong Kong's more than 40 billionaires will struggle to buy - a final resting place on their home turf.
China plans to set a cap on its CO2 emissions from 2016, just a day after the United States announced new targets for its power sector.
Scientists plan to release details about a possible ocean impact noise, recorded about the time that MH370 ceased transmissions and vanished.
Indian Rural Development Minister Gopinath Munde died on Tuesday after a head-on road collision.
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