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Leaders of Southeast Asian countries are meeting in Bali this week to try to push for the creation of a free trade zone by 2015 that would rival China and India. But can the region match up to their size and importance?
The Nikkei average fell to its lowest closing level since March 2009 on Monday. Gloomy fiscal data also dampened investor sentiment. The Nikkei's Makiko Utsuda reports.
By weakening Tokyo Electric, reformers hope to break the linchpin of the collusion between business and government that keeps the country mired in stagnation, the New York Times reports.
Royal Philips Electronics is looking to its lighting and healthcare businesses to turn its fortunes around as profits come under pressure. The Dutch giant's CEO Frans van Houten spoke to CNBC's Christine Tan on how he plans to put the spark back into the 120-year-old company.
Tom Aaker, CEO of Standard Chartered Indonesia, says economic integration in the Asean region will benefit Standard Chartered's retail and wholesale banking operations.
Dan McConaghy, president, Asia of FICO, discusses how Asian banks are actively demanding analytics to understand their customers better in this risky environment.
The Reserve Bank of India has warned of deep imbalances in the country’s banking system saying that capital is being allocated to a handful of elite industrialists but not to the broader, more dynamic economy. The FT reports.
Tokyo stocks fell today as investors moved away from risky assets, over fears of Europe's debt problems. Shares of Olympus plunged more than 16 percent .The Nikkei's Makiko Utsuda reports.
Christopher Artinian, president & CEO of Morton's Restaurant Group which owns and operates Morton's Steak House, discusses the company's plans to expand in Asia.
Indian state-controlled refiners cut petrol prices for the first time in three years on Wednesday, after one of the ruling Congress party’s key political allies threatened to quit the alliance over recent price hikes. The FT reports.
Troops and army trucks are rolling through the streets of Bangkok again. This time it is not to battle protesters or overthrow a prime minister, but to help flood-hit civilians. The NYT reports.
A syndicate including Temasek, the Singapore state investment agency, and a number of Chinese institutions has bought 10.4 billion shares in China Construction Bank from Bank of America for about $6.6 billion, according to people familiar with the transaction. The FT reports.
Is now the time to invest in Chinese banks? Insight with Tim Seymour, EmergingMoney.com founder.
Sebastian Evans, fund manager at Naos Asset Management, discusses the hidden value in Village Roadshow's film production business, Engenco's good turnaround track record, and Tissue Therapies' potential partnership deal.
Mari Pangestu, Minister for tourism and creative economy for Indonesia, says the Government plans to upgrade airports, access roads to tourism destinations and also develop Special Economic Zones.
Rajeev De Mello, head of Asian fixed income at Schroders Investment Management, thinks that Asian bonds, especially Indonesian ones, tend to be less volatile than foreign issues.
The Asian Development Bank has called for India and China to be ready to help rescue the eurozone from its sovereign debt crisis to avoid a long-term downturn that will stunt the growth of Asian economies. The FT reports.
Bruce Rockowitz, President of Li & Fung talks about the resilience of his business in the face of global uncertainty.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO says the relationship between U.S. and China will be bumpy at times, however the two countries will align interests over time.
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David Frigstad, Chairman of Frost & Sullivan, says Japanese firms are "aggressively" pursuing changes in their corporate culture after missing out on previous global opportunities.
Jeffrey Halley, Senior Manager at Saxo Capital Markets, describes the factors impacting the rupee in Thursday trade.
Richard Gelfond, CEO of IMAX, explains why the firm is still seeing "great appetite" for its theater in the mainland.