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The Reserve Bank of India is unlikely to be swayed by weaker GDP figures and stay on hold, says Shilan Shah, Capital Economics.
Productivity improvements and better exports are reasons why India and South Korea are positive respectively, says Rahul Chadha, Mirae Asset Global Investments.
Former Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamad could return to power if opposition parties defeat Prime Minister Najib Razak in the 2018 general elections.
Asia is home to five of the top 10 countries on the list, including first-place India and second-place China, A.T. Kearney's report found.
Technology stocks have had a great start to the year, but BlackRock sounded a word of caution: profit growth may not be sustainable going forward.
President Trump would have been free to remain in the Paris Accord without spending another dollar as president, NBC reports.
India's PM Narendra Modi shares his thoughts on the environment after President Trump's decision to leave the Paris climate accord.
Nagaraj Naidu, economic advisor to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaks about India-Russia business partnerships.
Dhruva Jaishankar, Brookings India, talks about what Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his European counterparts are likely to focus on during his trip.
Rob Bailey, research director at Chatham House, says that U.S. President Donald Trump's move away from the Paris climate change accord means that the country is seceding its leadership to China.
Richard Rossow of CSIS explains the PM is looking for access to nuclear cooperation, defense technology, trade and investment.
The U.S. decision to exit an international climate accord sparked outrage, but some countries are likely eyeing the positives, experts said Friday.
Brexit occurred just as India's Lodha Group was expanding its presence in London, but the company says it hasn't taken too much of a hit.
Priyanka Kishore, Oxford Economics, says she expects the Reserve Bank of India to stay on hold as it keeps its focus on inflation.
Focusing on North Korea has eased tensions and given both sides a reason to choose cooperation, says Amy Celico of Albright Stonebridge Group.
Both countries need western technologies from Europe to boost their domestic economic agendas, says Haiyan Wang of the China India Institute.
Mary Meeker, a partner at venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, just delivered her annual presentation about the state of the internet.
Prakash Diwan of Altamount Capital Management says names like Dewan Housing Finance, Voltas and Hindalco Industries are likely to gain.
India’s first-quarter GDP, due later Wednesday, will offer one of the first clear readings on whether demonetization left a hangover.
The government's priority will be to introduce smooth implementation of the new goods and services tax, and ensure compliance, says Radhika Rao, DBS Bank.