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In tech-savvy Singapore, new Apple products typically trigger snaking lines spanning multiple blocks, but the Apple Watch got short shrift.
North Korea has warned foreigners living in Pyongyang not to share outside media on memory sticks with its citizens.
Market players are optimistic the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will help fill Asia's infrastructure funding gap.
China's shadow banks have fueled a surge in unregulated margin lending driving the market's recent dizzying gains. The Financial Times reports.
If Stephen Roach had just a single buck to spend on one equity market in the world he'd pick.
Japan's households opened their wallets a bit wider than expected in May, with household expenditures jumping for the first time in more than a year.
The Japanese government's backsliding on promises to rein in spending is putting the BOJ in a bind, limiting its scope to expand its monetary stimulus.
Globally, buying groceries online has not boomed. But in India, a stunted grocery sector offers opportunity for e-commerce players. The Financial Times reports.
Guotai Junan Securities shares soared 44% in their debut on Friday after the company raised $4.85 billion in the country's biggest IPO in five years.
A spate of Russian startups descended on Singapore this week in a quest to raise capital and form local partnerships to build a foothold in the region.
Eighteen years after its closure, Lai Yuen Amusement Park - a nostalgic symbol of childhood for many Hong Kongers - will make a flash comeback.
We compare the two Asian giants through a lens of soft power metrics.
With the perception of China using the AIIB to push its political agenda, Japan is unlikely to join as of now.
A bubble in Chinese stocks is bursting and the market is likely to halve in value from current levels, one strategist told CNBC on Thursday.
Companies in emerging markets are pushing established multinational firms (MNCs) out of key industries, fresh data show.
South Korea plans a more than $13 billion stimulus package to counter the economic hit from MERS as it lowered its growth forecasts.
China's latest stomach-turning food scandal has come from reports that traders were peddling tons of meat frozen for 40 years. The New York Times reports.
China is set to scrap its longstanding loan-to-deposit ratio requirement for banks, marking another step in reforming the sector to spur lending.
Singapore may be among the world's most expensive cities, but prices are dropping, and the city-state's legions of maids are getting the credit.
China will invest 500 billion yuan ($80 billion) in 193 major domestic aviation projects this year, the country's aviation regulator said.
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Christopher Wheeler, U.S. bank analyst at Atlantic Equities, says the execution of a cost-cutting plan will be the main challenge for Deutsche Bank's new CEO John Cryan.
Even if there is a successful nuclear deal, Iran will need some time to ramp up oil production due to years of underinvestment, says Azlin Ahmad, editor, crude oil at Argus Media.
Shusuke Yamada, FX strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says the Japanese yen will continue to rally on the back of external uncertainties such as Greece.