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Focus in Asia this week is on a central bank meeting in Australia, economic growth data from Indonesia and a key meeting of China's Communist Party.
Indian tax authorities have asked IBM's Indian unit to pay 53.57 billion rupees ($866.20 million) in outstanding income tax on fiscal 2009 revenue.
Activity in China's services sector expanded at the fastest pace in 13 months, though activity in some important areas including new orders slowed.
In Hong Kong's prime retail districts, people are queuing to purchase high-end apartments with price tags of up to $4.4 million.
President Xi Jinping is confident that China will have healthy economic growth and will not fall into a middle-income trap.
Demand for gold in India usually peaks near the Diwali holiday, but with a weaker economy Indians see silver as a cheaper alternative.
Indian consumers' appetite for gold jewelry appears to have eased for Diwali as high gold prices and the sluggish economy dampen demand.
Toyota and its two local joint-venture partners sold about 82,400 automobiles in China in October, up 80.6 percent from a year earlier.
India's benchmark BSE index hit a record high on Friday as blue chips rallied on the back of strong foreign buying.
JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup disclosed Friday they are under wider scrutiny by U.S. agencies for their international operations.
The Federal Reserve's September surprise, which postponed tapering its asset purchases, dented otherwise solid earnings at two Singapore banks.
While many analysts are bullish on Apple's latest offerings, the cold hard facts reveal the iPad king is losing market share in the tablet space.
With shares of Sony plunging 12 percent on Friday, strategists say time is running out for the company to prove that it can engineer a turnaround.
Shares of 58.com, an online classifieds company dubbed the Craigslist of China, rose more than 45 percent in their trading debut in the U.S.
With India, Indonesia, Brazil and South Africa scheduled to hold elections in the next year, politics are set to be a key driving force in emerging markets.
Macquarie Group booked a 39 percent increase in first-half net profit on Friday, underpinned by a strong performance from its funds business.
China's manufacturing activity grew at its fastest pace in 18 months in October, official data on Friday showed.
Hyundai Motor's newly expanded European headquarters opened in early October. The Financial Times reports.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch delivered a speech late Thursday that lauded Australia's potential to become the world's "disruptive" economy.
China's growing thirst for wine is contributing to the risk of a global shortage, a report from Morgan Stanley has found.
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