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BOJ is planning for an expansion of its already massive economic stimulus program, looking to go beyond its $70 billion-a-month bond-buying operation.
U.S. Vice President Biden urged Japan and China to lower tensions that have spiked since Beijing announced an air defense zone over disputed islands.
While China has been a key source of gold demand this year, the country's bullion imports may slow in 2014, according to ANZ.
Hong Kong confirmed its first case of deadly H7N9 bird flu on Monday, a sign that the virus is continuing to spread beyond mainland China's borders.
China launched its first ever extraterrestrial landing craft into orbit en route for the moon, a major milestone for its space program.
China has punished almost 20,000 officials in the last year for breaching rules to cut down on bureaucracy.
As anti-government protests in Thailand turned violent over the weekend, analysts say the vulnerability of the economy is now fully exposed.
India's economy grew by 4.8 percent in the third quarter year-on-year, narrowly beating analysts' forecasts.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will try to strike a balance of calming military tensions with China while supporting Japan on a trip to Asia this week.
Here's what you need to know about the World Trade Organization (WTO) summit, which paves the way for the world's biggest trade deal.
China's manufacturing activity maintained its steady growth in November, a HSBC purchasing mangers' index (PMI) released on Monday showed.
The spotlight in the Asia-Pacific region this week falls on Australia, where the central bank holds its final meeting of the year.
Growth in China's factories held at an 18-month high in November as the official Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) hovered at 51.4, data showed.
As Abenomics gives Japan's sluggish housing market a new lease on life, there's one group keen to cash in on the resurgent market: the Chinese.
About 30,000 protesters launched a "people's coup" on Thailand's government, forcing the prime minister to flee a police compound.
Hundreds of protesters seeking to overthrow Thailand's government stormed a police compound on Sunday where the prime minister had been.
Aussie's stock marketcould rise another 10 percent in 2014 on expectations for upgrades to corporate earnings.
India's first mission to Mars left Earth's orbit early on Sunday, clearing a critical hurdle in its journey to the red planet.
China scrambled jets on Friday in response to two U.S. spy planes and 10 Japanese aircraft entering its new air defense zone over the East China Sea.
South Korea's higher-than-expected industrial production data could presage a stronger Christmas shopping season in Europe and the U.S.
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