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China has suspended a policy that would have effectively pushed foreign technology companies out of the country's banking sector. The NYT reports.
The Japanese airline announced an R2-D2 livery on its new 787-9 Dreamliner, which is just the start of a five-year ANA Star Wars Project.
The last time Western Australia was engaged in a dispute with Canberra of this magnitude was during the 1930s Depression. The Financial Times reports.
India's statistician faced nonstop questioning about how a new way of measuring GDP created the world's fastest-growing major economy overnight.
No longer. The Chinese factory – an institution that was once so large, it was measured in football fields – is shrinking.
Japan has overtaken China to become the leading holder of U.S. Treasurys and looks like it will be America's biggest creditor for some time.
When asked about the influence that China's AIIB (Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank) will have, David Lipton, deputy managing director at the IMF, says that it's a "positive step on their part to contribute to infrastructure investment."
Huawei unveiled its flagship P8 smartphone yesterday. CNBC catches up with Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, and asks him about his target audience in Western markets.
The initiatives come as Apple this year met a self-imposed goal of powering all its U.S. operations with renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions.
Japan must keep an eye on how its bond-buying program is disrupting the bond market, but it is right to tackle deflation, says OECD economist.
Restrictions on mainland Chinese visitors to Hong Kong have caught Wall Street's attention, with growing worries the rules could hit luxury brands.
Increasing supply is the only way to cool New Zealand's red-hot housing market, the deputy prime minister told CNBC, ignoring calls for new taxes.
South Korean parents mourning victims of last year's Sewol ferry disaster cried out their names at the spot where the ship went down.
The Australian economy added more jobs than expected in March easing pressure on the central bank to reduce interest rates further.
China stocks remain in the spotlight, but some analysts believe another Asian market offers better opportunities: South Korea.
Sharp and its main banks are to meet on Thursday to agree on a nearly $2 billion rescue and overhaul plan for the loss-making electronics maker.
For a growing chorus of domestic critics Thailand's irascible leader is getting far too comfortable with power almost a year after the military coup.
Fewer power cuts are likely in India this summer after a surge in output at Coal India helped generators amass record stocks.
Economics professor Peter Navarro is telling investors not to put their money in the country because its economic model is unsustainable.
Shinzo Abe’s strategy to defy public opposition and plug Japan's nuclear power industry back into the national grid has hit a roadblock.
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Martin Schulz, senior economist at Fujitsu Research Institute, says Japan is still being seen as a country only for Japanese and the country's tight immigration policy isn't likely to change soon.
Dan Scott, vice president of Credit Suisse, says there are concerns over the valuations in European markets, but reiterated that he still prefers equities to fixed income.
The U.S. tech sector is trading at a lower P/E ratio than other sectors such as utility hence the Nasdaq will continue its uptrend, says King Lip, chief investment officer at Baker Avenue Asset Management.