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As an increasing number of Chinese consumers jet off around the globe, companies are looking to exploit a growing market: the high-street shopper.
Despite concerns over a slowdown, China's businessmen could top travel spending by 2016, overtaking their U.S. counterparts.
Citing compatibility issues, China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce said Microsoft is suspected of a monopoly.
Homegrown fast food chains have long played second fiddle to Western brands in China but things may be in for a change after the latest food scare.
Japanese company withdraws earnings guidance and works on a contingency plan after a major meat supplier in China was shut down by regulators.
Malaysia Airlines – the carrier reeling from the disappearance of one aircraft and the alleged shooting down of another – is considering rebranding.
Skymark Airlines has cancelled its order for six A380 aircraft from European plane maker Airbus Group NV.
The Philippines' already vulnerable coconut trees took a hit from the past year's typhoons even as demand for trendy coconut-based products is rising.
A flurry of economic data out of Japan on Tuesday showed an improving labor market and an encouraging household spending picture.
After suffering an extended bout of bearishness, China shares in unloved sectors are climbing and analysts expect the rally can continue.
Chinese media reported that officers from the State Administration for Industry and Commerce visited the software giant in at least 4 cities.
Japan's second-biggest car maker posts a 13.4 percent rise in April-June operating profit from a year earlier and saw improved sales in the U.S.
Investors are paying close attention to this reporting season which will give insights into how profitability is holding up following the tax hike.
The parent company of a scandal-hit Chinese food supplier said it is withdrawing all products made by the subsidiary.
Japan will be the market to watch this week on the back of key data and as earnings season in the world's third-largest economy kicks into full gear.
Chinese industrial firms' profits rose 17.9 percent to 588.08 billion yuan ($94.98 billion) from a year earlier, up from an 8.9 percent rise in May.
With companies in Asia slowing their capital investment, the region may face a deceleration in economic growth ahead, HSBC said.
Upbeat China data may have allayed fears about its economy, but PNC Financial Services is cautious, warning of a "perfect storm" that could surface.
Golf, a game often associated with business and affluence, is gaining a broader appeal in South Korea, which means business for the golf industry.
Japan's inflation came in as expected in June, data showed on Friday, boosted by the consumption tax hike that took effect in April.
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