Google's problems in China just got worse. The New York Times reports.» Read More
Asia's populations are graying very rapidly and the continent looks ill-prepared to face the challenges, writes an expert.
Asia, home to some of the world's fastest-growing economies, is also aging fast. The region is undergoing a major demographic change that presents both challenges and opportunities.
Governments in Asia are stepping in to organize matchmaking events in a desperate attempt to stem falling birth rates.
A slew of weak U.S. corporate earnings results have bought concerns about the global economic outlook back to the fore with a vengeance, threatening to end a four-month long rally in world stock markets and other risk assets.
A 40 mile stretch of a toll road between Austin and San Antonio, Texas will allow drivers to go 85 miles per hour — the highest speed limit on any highway in the U.S.
The credit crisis has led to the U.S., the U.K. and even the entire euro zone being dubbed the "new Japan" – with the Asian country synonymous with a particular kind of extended stagnation.
Asian equities have had a dream run over the past three months with some markets in the region seeing double-digit gains, and strategists expect bullish sentiment to spill into next year.
Just because last month’s Federal Reserve meeting came with some punch with the announcement of aggressive stimulus measures to boost the U.S. economy, does not mean this month’s meeting is any less important, Fed watchers say.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama discuss the greatest threats to the national security of this country, including violent extremists and potential economic threats from China.
India has been treated over the past few days to a slightly comical corporate drama, in which a foreign multinational is for once accused not of bribery, poisoning the water supply or selling worm-infested fast food, but of secretly attempting to invest. The FT reports.
Laura Fitzsimmons, VP, Futures & Options, JPMorgan Investment Bank says that there is still offshore demand for AAA-rated Australian bonds.
As Asia Slows, Luxury Watchmakers Count on Elite Buyers
Chalk another one up for the recession and how it has altered life in America. New analysis by the automotive research firm Polk shows Americans can now expect to buy fewer new cars during their lifetime.
The Australian government on Monday lowered its expectations for a budget surplus as falling commodity prices coupled with slower growth begins to bite, giving rise to the question: should the country drop the idea of a surplus?
A radical new design of Microsoft’s flagship operating system is likely to cause some head-scratching when Windows 8 goes on sale this Friday. The New York Times reports.
Just a month ago traders were on high alert for intervention from Japan to weaken its surging currency. Now that the yen is falling against the dollar, the pressure on Japan to take action has eased, but not for long, said analysts.
What a difference a quarter makes. After months of jitters over a possible hard landing in China, market watchers are quickly turning optimistic on the outlook for the world’s second largest economy following a spate of reassuring data this week.
Walmart, the world’s largest retailer by sales, is being investigated in India over accusations that it secretly invested in supermarkets, flouting a ban on foreign direct investment in the sector. The FT reports.
A federal grand jury in Richmond, Va., has indicted a South Korean firm and five of its executives for allegedly conspiring to steal trade secrets from DuPont used in the manufacture of Kevlar.
In the past few months, China skeptics have predicted the economic and political collapse of the Middle Kingdom. The simple reality is that, after a soft landing, China is transitioning toward recovery.
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Speaking to CNBC at the G-20 meeting in Cairns, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of International Monetary Fund, is confident that the Group of 20 can boost global growth by 2 percentage points.
Paul Bloxham, Chief Economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, expects New Zealand to be the fastest-growing OECD economy for 2014.
Japan's manufacturers have fallen behind their Asian peers in terms of technology hence exports are not benefiting from a softer yen, says Khiem Do, Head of Asian Multi-Asset at Baring Asset Management.