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China's factory activity turned in its best performance in five months in May, a private survey showed on Thursday.
Amid slow global growth, export-dependent Indonesia's new president needs to strengthen government finances and spur private investment, Lippo Group's CEO said.
A rise in U.S. rates would be a worry for the markets in which Standard Chartered operates but would bring some positives, says the bank's Asia CEO.
India’s growth potential looks much higher after a decisive election win for Narendra Modi’s BJP, economists say.
Russia's state-controlled Gazprom has signed a long-awaited megadeal to supply gas to China, which could ease the impact of Western sanctions.
Despite Japan's tax hike and failure to push through reforms, some analysts believe the U.S. dollar is the real culprit for the Nikkei's fall.
Australian parents put less emphasis on their children pursuing higher education than other developed markets, HSBC research has found.
Soon, India's population will beat China to be the most populous country. If Modi's election were to transform India, it would transform the world.
China said it will let 10 local governments sell municipal bonds in an attempt to clean up the country's $3 trillion public debt problem.
Thailand was calm on Wednesday, a day after the military declared martial law but uncertainty loomed over a country that has been rocked by months of streets protests.
Myanmar's burgeoning hotel market is set for another year of record growth in 2014, according to property research firm Jones Lang LaSalle.
Moody's joined the drumbeat of pessimism on China property, cutting its view to negative, but it expects many developers' finances to remain stable.
Analysts say the BOJ is showing growing confidence in its outlook for the country, despite concerns the hike in the sales tax hike that took effect in April will hamper growth.
Thailand's caretaker prime minister said on Tuesday he had asked the Election Commission to organise an election on Aug. 3.
A famed private equity investor tells CNBC that he can't predict when Japan's economy will snap out of its doldrums.
China banks are set to raise $120 billion due to slowing growth and bad debts, but the funds could hurt earnings as investors demand a premium.
Japan's exports rose 5.1 percent in April from a year earlier, above analyst forecasts in a Reuters poll for a 4.8 percent rise, data Wednesday showed.
Despite the turmoil, investors haven't wavered from the view that the business of Thailand isn't its politics, but martial law may change their minds.
US technology companies will likely bear the brunt of soured ties between Beijing and Washington over Internet security.
The U.S. wants Beijing to know industrial espionage is not fair game -- that's the real point behind criminal charges against five Chinese hackers.
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Paul Haswell, Partner of Pinsent Masons, explains why more Asian technology players are seeking merger and acquisition opportunities in Europe.
Kim Eng Tan, Senior Director, Sovereign & International Public Finance Ratings, says the ongoing rout in oil markets will boost Thailand, South Korea and India, but weigh on oil exporter Malaysia.
Jim O'Donnell, Chief Investment Officer of Forward Management, attributes the disappointment over Alibaba's revenues to "expectations getting ahead of themselves."