Nissan India Operations' Guillaume Sicard talks about how India's improved tax system will benefit Nissan, as well as the growth potential of the country.
Chinese cities may be scrambling to contain a private housing bubble, but industrial metals' prices will be supported by a infrastructure spending boom.
Export-Import Bank of the U.S.'s Chairman Fred Hochberg talks about how the Bank helps U.S. companies tap India's growth and trade deals, such as TPP.
India needs infrastructure and China wants to get in on the business, but political tensions loom, says Carnegie Endowment for International Peace's C. Raja Mohan.
Chinese firms want in on India's rail sector as it's a major growth industry, says FTI Consulting's Nicholas Consonery.
Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, discusses what is being done to protect the nation's infrastructure from cyber threats.
U.S. companies are parking trillions overseas, with little progress from policymakers trying to bring all that money home.
Jack Gerard, American Petroleum Institute, explains why he thinks energy has a dominant role to play in the upcoming election.
A multiplier effect from infrastructure spending makes The Philippines an attractive buying opportunity, says Jupiter Asset Management's Jason Pidcock.
John Giannandrea, SVP for search at Google, talks about how the company is engaging with Indian users.
A boost in tax revenues will benefit the country's growing middle class through infrastructure development, says CIMB Research's Song Seng Wun.
China is designing its next generation of trains that can carry passengers at a top speed of 500km/h, the SCMP reports.
Roads and bridges in Germany — as in the United States – are slowly deteriorating from a lack of investment. Now the government is taking action.
Robin Bew, CEO of The Economist Intelligence Unit, says central bank monetary policy isn't working and governments need to do more.
Greater Jakarta sits on a swampy plain and is sinking at a faster rate than any other city in the world.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew discusses infrastructure investment and funding in the U.S.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an article written in the Washington Post by Chris Cillizza titled, "Hillary Clinton's health just became a real issue in the presidential campaign.
The cities powering China's growth mostly clustered on its coasts, but an inland town has become the top performer, the Milken Institute said.
"The market has been pricing in a closer election all summer," Strategas's head of policy research tells CNBC.
AECOM's Sean Chiao talks about his company's role in China's One Belt, One Road project to improve infrastructure and connectivity in the region.