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China was among the selloffs' casualties, leaving its shares cheaper than laggards Turkey and Argentina and possibly offering bargains.
The emerging markets sell-off could boost mining companies, analysts said on Tuesday, ahead of earnings from some of the sector's biggest names.
Aston Martin recalled its sports cars. It sheds light on automakers getting automobiles key parts from China without implementing quality measures.
Toyota Motor said on Monday it would stop production in Australia by 2017, ending a once-vibrant production base and thousands of jobs.
Chinese companies are flocking to the U.S. IPO market, undeterred by an accounting row between Washington and Beijing.
The recent emerging market rout is overdone and investors will wake up to the opportunities there, analysts told CNBC on Tuesday.
Japan's Nissan reported its steepest quarterly profit gain in three years on a weaker yen and improved sales in China.
Executives of South Korea's Asiana Airlines say they're altering its pilot training program after a deadly July plane crash in San Francisco.
The U.S. plans to take India to the World Trade Organisation over subsidies New Delhi gives to its solar power industry.
McDonald's new store in Vietnam isn't just a landmark for the company; it is a signal the country is ripe for investment gains.
The loosening of India's stringent visa rules is expected to unleash the huge potential of the country's vibrant tourism industry.
A "pivot" or emphasis on Asia in U.S. foreign policy is not about containing China, speakers at an Asia-Pacific Security Conference said on Monday.
Japan posted its smallest current account surplus last year, raising concerns that sluggish exports and rising energy imports will hamper growth.
The beleaguered Aussie, last year's worst performing G10 currency, surged 2.3 percent last week reviving hopes for a comeback, analysts told CNBC.
Russian President has agreed to visit Japan in the fall, fueling hopes of progress on a territorial dispute that is hampering trade.
China economic data, central bank meetings in Indonesia and South Korea and India's inflation data: there's a lot going on in Asia this week.
Southeast Asia's low-cost carriers are flying high with growth in air travel, but concerns are rising about its ability to absorb record plane orders.
With many investors blaming the Federal Reserve for the recent emerging market rout, analysts told CNBC that China may come to the rescue.
A candidate backed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is elected governor of Tokyo, frustrating a rival's efforts on a pro-nuclear energy referendum.
Singapore is planning wide-scale reforms to its equity market after a penny stock scandal, its central bank and stock exchange said on Friday.
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