Chinese President Xi Jinping applauded a Chinese blogger who has written erroneous comments about America, reports the Global Post.» Read More
Six people were wounded in a knife attack at a railway station in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou on Tuesday, police said.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrived at the Constitutional Court to defend herself against charges of abuse of power.
China about to top the US as world's leading economic power? Sorry, not true, says Harvard Professor Jeffrey Frankel. Here's why.
The use of commodities as collateral in China has sparked a slump in iron ore prices, but Fortescue's CEO says volatility will blow over by year-end.
With a number of casino expansion projects underway in Macau, investors are questioning whether the world's largest casino market is at risk of saturation.
The prospect of labor market deregulation is creating anxiety amongst workers in Japan, says the country's biggest umbrella body for labor unions.
The Reserve Bank of Australia on Tuesday left interest rates unchanged at a record low of 2.5 percent, in line with market expectations.
Smaller Chinese banks have ramped up their shadow lending activity, adding to the financial risks that threaten to trip up the world's second-biggest economy.
Southeast Asia's largest economy is likely to remain in the doldrums this year, but could rebound in the final quarter, economists told CNBC.
The Chinese government has imposed new limits on foreign brands of milk powder and infant formula.
A $1 billion bid for Australian resources firm Aquila has refocused attention on the country's iron ore sector and one analyst tells CNBC he would not rule out a rival offer.
BNP Paribas says some shopping hubs are weathering the e-commerce boom better than others.
Indonesia, which was hit hard by taper fears last year, is no longer part of the "Fragile Five", the country's finance minister said.
Some fans of Alibaba have considered owning China's JD.com, which plans a U.S. IPO. But beware: JD's profits could be a long way off.
China's factory activity remained stuck in contraction for a fourth straight month in April, the final Markit/HSBC Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) showed on Monday.
Indonesia's economy grew at a much slower than expected pace in the first quarter as investments and exports weakened.
Asian markets will have to contend with Chinese economic data for April alongside a slew of central bank policy decisions across the region in the week ahead.
India's economic growth will pick up to 6 percent in the current financial year, said Finance Minister P Chidambaram.
Beijing is playing it safe, choosing gradual progress on many fronts over riskier reforms such as removing all controls over bank interest rates.
Japan's central bank chief predicts the effects of sales tax hike to be contained and recovery to resume in the third quarter.
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