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The Indian government's debut budget is encouraging, but lacks details on how it will turn its aspirations into reality, say economists.
After India's budget fell short on measures to rein in the subsidy bill, Finance Minister Jaitley said he needs more time to overhaul the system.
Malaysia's central bank raised its key interest rate as expected, to help temper inflation and rising consumer debt.
Japan's labor shortage is nearing crisis in some industries, curbing operations, pushing up wages and potentially crimping a recovery in the economy.
China will lower its intervention in the currency market, reaching an understanding on an issue that has hurt ties between the U.S. and China for years.
Three of Malaysia's largest financial institutions are in talks to combine, which would create one of southeast Asia's biggest lenders by assets.
Singapore's real-estate trusts have recovered to around the highest levels since last year's "taper tantrum," but Nomura says the rally may end soon.
China will overtake the U.K. and Japan to become the second-largest global equity market by 2030, a report by investment bank Credit Suisse says.
Investors poured funds into Japan stocks last year on hopes of more Bank of Japan easing, but it looks like next week's meeting will disappoint again.
Samsung has been hit by claims of hiring child workers, after assuring investors that there was no underage labor involved in making its products.
The rupiah rallied nearly 5 percent against the dollar in the run up to the presidential election, but analysts say strength is unlikely to last.
Indian PM Modi's new government unveiled a budget it said can revive growth after the longest slowdown in 25 years even while curbing borrowing.
China hackers broke into networks that house information of federal employees, targeting employees who applied for top-secret security clearances.
Strong economic growth and rising inflation have raised the odds that Malaysia's central bank could hike rates for the first time in three years.
Indonesian stocks jumped more than 2 percent to one-year highs on Thursday, as investors bet on an election win by Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo.
India's watershed election has laid the foundation for economic reforms – but now the real test begins.
China's automotive industry continued to power ahead in the first half of this year, but one sector has been left behind.
China released improved trade data that missed expectations on Thursday, figures that suggest external demand remains weak and domestic recovery fragile, analysts say.
Australia jobs posted a rise, but did not prevent the unemployment rate from matching a decade peak of 6 percent as more people went looking for work.
Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly fell 19.5 percent in May from the previous month.
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