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China's bond market will double in size from the current $9 trillion over the next five years to become the world's second largest, a UBS report says. » Read More
Japan opened a missile defense drill to the public in a move it says will reassure the country. » Read More
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Japanese firms will continue to acquire overseas assets more aggressively to increase their market share in the global economy, a JPMorgan report says. » Read More
The amount of money involved at Fuji Xerox is much smaller than at Toshiba, N.Y. Times reports.
Moon Jae-in's foreign policy moves are seen as threat to longstanding alliance, Financial Times reports.
Amazon.com has stepped up lending to third-party sellers on its site who are looking to grow their business, a company executive said on Wednesday.
Bricks-and-mortar retailers have taken a hit from e-commerce, but while Singapore’s malls have felt the pinch, investors are still circling.
Japan reported GDP for the first quarter came in weaker than expected.
Qatar's diplomatic crisis with its Middle Eastern neighbors may spur natural gas buyers to seek greater diversification in sourcing.
Ethan Devine, partner at Indus Capital, speaks about the investment environment in Japan.
Southeast Asia's largest economy could enjoy as much as $200 billion in future investment following a credit ratings upgrade by S&P Global Ratings.
Japanese corporations have a lot more to do when it comes to corporate stewardship, says Masamoto Yashiro, former chairman of Shinsei Bank.
Lim Ming Yan, group CEO of CapitaLand, talks to CNBC about how the company is counting on Tokyo benefiting from growth in Japan.
Lim Ming Yan, group CEO of CapitaLand, says the company made acquisitions in Japan due to its developed capital market and sufficient liquidity.
Apple and Amazon.com will join Foxconn's bid for Toshiba's semiconductor business, the Nikkei business daily quoted Foxconn Chairman Terry Gou as saying on Monday.
Trade in your commuter rail tickets for a ride in on East Japan Railway Company's Train Suite Shiki-Shima.
Bitcoin correction sees nearly $4B drop.
Takuji Okubo at Japan Macro Advisors says it will take time for wages to improve as Japan's economy recovers.
Signs that the labor market in Japan is finally tightening point to "some degree" of inflation ahead, says Callum Henderson, Eurasia Group.
Paul Chapman, co-founder of Moneytree, explains how the start-up helps individuals and businesses to aggregate their financial data in a single place.
Japan reported a higher than expected gain in retail sales for April, but weaker than expected household spending and steady unemployment.
The Japanese term "omotenashi" may help account for growing interest in Japan's hospitality industry.
Yoshiharu Hoshino, CEO of Hoshino Resorts, talks about how his resorts allow travelers to experience living in traditional Japanese inns.