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India agreed to buy dozens of Russian military helicopters and fighter jet assembly kits at a summit on Monday, underlining the resilience of ties between the long-time allies despite New Delhi's recent moves to diversify its arms suppliers.
China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group, China's largest private shipbuilder, issued a surprise warning that it expects to post an annual net loss for 2012 on sharp declines in orders and prices of new vessels after the shipping industry took a downward turn during the year.
South Korean officials say they have evidence that North Korea is working on an intercontinental ballistic missile that could reach as far as the United States. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appealed for calm on Monday as he sought to tamp down growing public outrage over the gang rape of a young woman that led to clashes between police and protesters.
The Philippine stock market, Asia's most expensive, should be out of gas but there are signs it could have more room to run as brokers eye the 6,500 mark in the benchmark index ahead of the country's first investment grade credit rating, possibly in the next six months.
Investors are fully aware that Japan's tensions with its neighbors have an important economic dimension, says one expert.
Shares of Singapore's Rowsley surged 38 percent on Monday after the investment firm planned to buy a huge site in Malaysia's Iskandar region and a top architectural firm by issuing up to S$581 million in new shares.
Block deals hit a record $57.3 billion this year as they become the mainstay of Asian investment banks, bringing relief to IPO-starved equity capital markets (ECM) bankers in the region.
Rich Chinese are buying bicycles that cost more than the average citizen makes in three years, motivated by nostalgia for the days when two wheels were the primary means of transport.
Where does a major bond investor take their cash if they want to steer clear of the euro zone's troubles but don't have the stomach for emerging markets? The answer, for a growing number of Japanese funds, is Poland.
As cellphone demand across the developing world rises, some rural areas still lack network signals, leading operators to tap solar power to connect "the unsignalled".
China has lowered the bar for companies to list overseas to ease pressure on domestic stock markets where more than 800 companies are waiting for approval of their initial public offerings.
Only three chief executives from mainland China make the top 100 in the latest ranking of corporate leaders' long-term performance – indicating that Chinese companies still have work to do to catch up with global competitors.
A Park will be back in South Korea's presidential mansion come February, and the big businesses, or chaebol, that dominate the country's economy will be breathing a sigh of relief that her left-wing challenger did not win Wednesday's presidential vote.
Japan launched its second-ever trade complaint against China at the World Trade Organization on Thursday, challenging Beijing's claim that Japanese steel firms are competing unfairly in the world's biggest steel market.
House Speaker John Boehner called off a vote on Thursday to raise taxes for wealthy Americans, bringing the country on the brink of going over the "fiscal cliff."
China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) has emerged as the frontrunner to take over Iraq's West Qurna-1 oilfield from Exxon Mobil, a move that would diminish Western oil influence in Iraq a decade after the U.S.-led invasion.
It may be the season of giving, but it's also the season for shopping. CNBC's Deirdre Wang Morris hits the streets of Singapore amid the holiday cheer, and finds out why this is also the season for survival for retailers.
Although many investors and government officials in Asia have one eye on the ongoing negotiations between the US President and Congress to avert the fiscal cliff, Asian stock and bond markets have shown few signs of nerves.
Narendra Modi won a fourth successive term as the chief minister of India's Gujarat state on Thursday, a victory that could launch the prime ministerial ambitions of one of the country's most controversial leaders.
Alvin Liew, Senior Economist at UOB, discusses Japan's fourth-quarter economic growth data for 2013, which saw a disappointing on-year growth of 0.7 percent.
Louis Kuijs, Chief China Economist at RBS, attributed worse-than expectations Chinese trade data for February to over-invoicing issues and Chinese new year distortion effects.
Ruling out possibilities of a technical failure, Richard Aboulafia, Vice President of Analysis at Teal Group, says missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 may be caused by 'human events'.