India's economy grew at a faster rate than its Chinese counterpart for a second straight quarter, but concerns remain over the government's new way of calculating its data.» Read More
North Korea's Internet connectivity was interrupted yet again, experts at DYN Research reported, adding to tensions between the nation and the U.S.
Japan approved $29 billion of stimulus spending to help lagging regions and households, but analysts are skeptical of how much of a growth boost it will offer.
China's trade will grow 3.5 percent in 2014, implying it will miss official targets, according to a report on a government website that was later revised.
Thailand's central bank said the country's economy will barely grow this year and cut its 2015 forecast, mainly on expectations exports will remain lackluster.
Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product depending on what the Chinese government will allow.
The Japanese spent more than they saved in the 12 months ended March 2014, the first time that's happened since the data set began in 1955.
When it comes to work, Singaporeans think global, picking heavyweight multinational companies as their top choices, a poll found.
India's long-held position as the world's top diamond polisher is being challenged by soaring output from China.
Samsung Electronics is planning a new product launch next year based on its own operating system as it tries to free itself from Android.
Survivors and relatives of victims gather on Friday to mark the 10th anniversary of Asia's 2004 tsunami that still leaves a mark in Asia.
Japan's industrial output posted a surprise drop in November, while inflation slowed, offering fresh signs efforts to kickstart the economy face headwinds.
Southeast Asia's fastest growing economy goes to the polls next month and Sri Lanka's vote looks set to be close for the first time in nearly a decade.
A disorderly slowdown in China and regional geopolitical tensions could derail optimism surrounding India's outlook next year, according to a new report.
Chinese investment banks have awarded the first pay rises since the financial crisis, but salaries and bonuses still trail Western banks'.
Takata Corp, the air bag maker embroiled in millions of recalls worldwide, said its president Stefan Stocker would step down.
South Korean prosecutors requested a detention warrant for a former Korean Air Lines executive who delayed a flight because she was unhappy over nuts.
Japan Prime Minister Abe is set to launch a new government with a defense minister whose support for a stronger pre-emptive strike capability may rile China.
Claims that North Korea has engaged in recent cyber-attacks could see the rogue nation ramp up military aggression next year, Nomura said.
South Korean prosecutors indicted U.S. taxi-hailing service provider Uber's local unit for violating a law governing public transport, Yonhap reported.
A decade after splitting two railroad manufacturers from the same company to promote competition, China now wants to recombine them. The Financial Times reports.
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Despite hitting a two-week low against the U.S. dollar, the Indian rupee remains poised for a "real trade-weighted appreciation", says Mirza Baig, Asian currency strategist at BNP Paribas.
China's stock market bull market remains intact, says Wong Kok Hoi, Founder & CIO at APS Asset Management
Ian Bright, senior economist at ING, discusses a survey which revealed that wedding budgets in Europe are shrinking due to the ripple effects of a slowing economy.