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North Korea has carried out another test of a rocket engine that could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile, a US official told Reuters on Thursday. » Read More
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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
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.
Better to keep a sharp focus on domestic economic policies than the noise of a grand tour of capitals and a leadership meeting of the world's top economies, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said steps will be taken in coordination with the U.S. to deter future provocations.
Automakers across the world are betting on hydrogen, but not without criticism.
Future generations are on course to become enveloped in the biggest pension crisis in history, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF).
Capcom announced the release of "Monster Hunter XX" on the Nintendo Switch, giving investors hope that sales of the console could get a boost.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports from the G-7 meeting in Sicily, saying that the world leaders present will try to gauge U.S. President Donald Trump's views on trade.
Japan reported national consumer price index figures for April.
Chinese consumers are becoming more concerned about sexual health and upgrading to higher-end condom brands, Financial Times reports.
Bank of Japan minutes for March show continued aggressive easing remains the path most board members see to higher consumer prices.
Space junk can carry the impact of a hand grenade, NBC News reports.
The Chinese press is taking aim at North Korea's tech acumen.
North Korea suggested it will continue its nuclear weapons tests, saying it will bolster its nuclear force "to the maximum."
Supermarkets and consumers are snapping up potato chips due to shortage, the Nikkei Asian Review reported.
President Donald Trump had said Seoul should pay for the $1-billion battery designed to defend against North Korea.
The president said he wants South Korea to pay for the $1 billion THAAD missile defense system, Reuters said.
President Donald Trump told Reuters a major conflict with North Korea is possible, but he prefers a diplomatic outcome. He also shared thoughts on Taiwan.
Bill Fitzpatrick from Global Equity Analyst at Manulife Asset Management outlines his top stock picks in both sectors.
While other economic data appears to be improving, inflation still remains weak, says Takuji Okubo from Japan Macro Advisors.