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Overseas institutional investors have pumped billions of dollars into Indian equities over the past year, but signs suggest that foreign interest may be peaking, according to analysts.
A rescue plan for India's Sahara was thrown into disarray on Wednesday, when Spanish bank BBVA SA denied offering a credit line to the bank.
Three of China's biggest domestic cargo freighters likely skirted the losses that plagued international peers last year thanks to a five-fold jump in state subsidies.
Indian PM Modi has teamed with Twitter to launch a service allowing government officials to send tweets via SMS in a move to boost e-governance.
Hong Kong's perennial housing problems may finally be tamed as the government pursues its first long-term strategic plan since 1998, said Hong Kong's chief executive.
Japan is recovering from the consumption tax hike, but growth remains slow as the impact of ‘Abenomics’ is limited, says ex-Bank of Japan economist.
When little-known Chinese taxi-hailing app Didi Dache needed $15 million to grow its business, China Renaissance helped raise the funds from Tencent.
Purchases of foreign stocks and bonds by Japan's giant pension funds and other big investors in 2015 could be their highest for at least a decade.
Chinese authorities may want the yuan to become a global currency, but they’re unlikely to give up control.
China's factory activity surprisingly shrank in March as new orders crumbled, a private survey showed on Tuesday, data that could usher in more stimulus measures from the government.
Lee Kuan Yew's death marks a milestone for Singapore and raises questions about what the next decade will bring for the country's political system.
China's economy is slowing, but Asia will remain a growth hot spot as India and Southeast Asian economies roar ahead, said the Asian Development Bank.
Indonesia's rupiah has tumbled to 17-year lows, but the central bank is prepared to draw the line on just how much further it can fall.
Italy has become a hunting ground for Chinese companies keen to take control of prized but cash-strapped names like Pirelli.
Modi's BJP has closed abbatoirs in Maharashtra, making it hard for farmers to sell their animals, and restrictions are spreading to other states.
Japan continues to flirt with deflation, raising expectations for more stimulus measures, but the central bank’s hands may be tied, analysts say.
China and India are the darlings of global e-commerce, boasting the fastest-growing markets, but a third Asian region could soon join their ranks.
Global institutions, including the IMF and the World Bank, have endorsed a China-led international bank, despite opposition from the U.S.
China National Chemical Corp is to buy Pirelli in a deal that will place one of the symbols of Italy's manufacturing industry in Chinese hands.
Indonesia is trying to pursue stability and growth ahead of a potential U.S. interest rate hike this year, the country's finance minister told CNBC.
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While base wages are being raised, Japanese firms are not increasing bonuses as quickly, which dims the outlook of consumption spending, says Marcel Thieliant, Japan economist at Capital Economics.
Henry Smith, senior consultant at Control Risks Middle East, says the extension in nuclear talks indicates that negotiating parties "see a successful way out."
Julia Wang, Greater China economist at HSBC, says a slowing manufacturing sector is the culprit in China's sluggish growth and discusses the deposit-insurance system set to begin in May.