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China formally approved on Saturday easing its one-child policy and the abolition of a controversial labor camp system, the official Xinhua news agency reported.
China has approved a pilot scheme allowing private companies to piggy back on the country's providers to offer own-brand mobile services.
Japan reported a 1.2 percent on-year rise in inflation in November, marking a fresh five-year high and above expectations for a 1.1 percent rise.
Now that the dreaded taper has begun, investors in Asia have little need to worry, according to investment firm Invesco.
China is preparing to welcome private aircraft, a move that may herald the greatest expansion of business and private aviation in 30 years.
The $75 billion pension fund for Japan's civil servants said it has lowered allocations to Japanese bonds and raised weightings to domestic equities.
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Hopes for a change of government in India's upcoming elections have helped its markets recover from sharp declines, but the optimism may be premature.
Going bearish on emerging markets may be the consensus call, but some fund managers are quietly turning more positive, citing attractive valuations.
As the yen hit a five-year low on Thursday, some say the currency could fall as low as 125 per dollar by the end of next year.
The rise of China's consumer may be one of the country's most important trends, but the mainland's retailers aren't the way to play on it, Pimco said.
SoftBank is in final stage talks with T-Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom about acquiring the wireless carrier, the Nikkei news service reported.
China's short-term money market rates fell further Wednesday as corporate tax refunds deposited to commercial banks helped ease liquidity conditions.
If China sticks with using soaring rates to strong-arm banks into cutting dangerous loans, money markets could see volatility in the future.
Santa came early for many Japanese investors as the Nikkei topped 16,000 for the first time since 2007.
China banks are trading at bargain basement valuations, but analysts can't agree on whether they're cheap or just crummy.
For singles in China under pressure to get married there is now a bevy of smartphone apps offering a less formal approach.
The Chinese population's burgeoning appetite for travel is only just beginning, travel website Hotels.com told CNBC.
Vietnam stocks have far outperformed regional peers this year, and with the nation getting its economic house in order, this trend is set to continue.
China's interbank rates spiked on Monday despite a liquidity injection by the central bank, still market watchers say there is no reason to panic.
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