China has revised the 2013 GDP figures by 3.4% to 58.8 trillion yuan, but said the revision will not affect economic growth this year.» Read More
Despite dire predictions that China faced a slew of defaults, few mainland borrowers have welshed amid various stripes of government intervention.
A TransAsia Airways plane crashed on its second attempt at landing during a thunderstorm, killing 47 people and setting buildings on fire.
Hopes are high for Indonesia's Joko Widodo, and he now faces the task of implementing reforms while appeasing coalition partners.
The latest food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in U.S. coffee chain Starbucks, Burger King, as well as McDonald's products from Japan.
India's Supreme Court has allowed detained tycoon Subrata Roy to leave prison for a few hours a day to negotiate sales of trophy hotel properties.
The losing candidate in Indonesia's presidential election, ex-general Prabowo Subianto, will challenge the result in the Constitutional Court.
China shares may be seeing a flood of bullish calls after years of underperformance, but some analysts remain solidly pessimistic on the market.
Australian consumer prices rose modestly but a high reading for a gauge of underlying inflation was enough to dent market speculation of rate cuts.
In the good old days, a job posting to Asia's financial hubs commonly included a lavish benefit package but those days are gone.
Malaysia Airlines' crashes are worrying insurers — their policy is missing a clause that limits insurers' payments for search-and-rescue costs.
At first glance, it may seem easy to dismiss Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi as a viable competitor to Apple. But that won't be for long.
The main party backing Joko "Jokowi" Widodo claimed victory in Indonesia's presidential election on Tuesday..
China manufacturers may have a worrying track record with product safety, but a U.S. meat plant is now at the center of the latest food scandal.
While the West ramps up pressure on Russia over the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner, Moscow is finding some support from the East.
In South Korea, where long hours and overtime are the norm, city officials are now being encouraged to take an afternoon 'siesta.'
The political connections of investors raise questions about Alibaba as it prepares to go public in the U.S. The New York Times reports.
China's debt has soared to two and half times its economy from 147 percent at the end of 2008, Standard Chartered estimates.
Australia equities are a resilient lot, shrugging off a slew of economic headwinds this year to trade at nearly six-year highs.
After two lost flights and a potential slew of refund requests, it's not clear whether Malaysia Airlines can restore its reputation and regain trust.
The government of Seoul, South Korea said Monday it would seek to ban ride-sharing app Uber, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal.
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The mainland's number 5 carmaker BAIC saw a tepid debut on the Hong Kong markets on Friday. CNBC's Emily Tan reports.
Juerg Kiener, MD and CIO at Swiss Asia Capital, explains when there could be a supply response to the ongoing slump in oil prices.
Simon Grose-Hodge, Head of Investment Advisory for South Asia at LGT Bank, says there are contagion risks as the collapse in oil prices makes financing more of an issue for emerging Asia.