Nyshka Chandran is a writer for CNBC.com, with a focus on Asian economies and geopolitics. She holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto.
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More Chinese factories are ditching human workers for machines as a robotic revolution gets underway in the world's second-largest economy.
South Korea, the top international destination for mainland tourists last year, may experience a shift in fortunes as an outbreak of MERS forces tourists to Japan.
Europe's investment potential could explode once the Greek drama is over, according to Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Asia's food and beverage scene is undergoing a shakeup as a new breed of investors look to establish a fast-casual sector in the region.
Asian stocks ended mostly higher on Wednesday ahead of central bank meetings in the U.S. and Europe.
The stars are finally aligning for Australian stocks as cheap valuations and approval from billionaire Warren Buffet lure traders in.
Cloud computing company Box has revealed ambitious plans to take its storage systems global, after inking a big deal with the U.S. Justice Department.
The world's biggest miners lost $156 billion of their combined market value last year, according to new data, and the losses could keep flowing.
In Japan, a homegrown music streaming service is set to outdo international rivals and breathe new life into an industry still dominated by CDs.
Beijing and Moscow are competing for influence and profits in Central Asia, but political pundits are at odds as to who's winning so far.