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International brands like Honda and Toyota, who have invested heavily into diesel autos, are going to experience declines in sales, notes James Chao, managing director, Asia-Pacific at IHS.
The fight against life-threatening diseases in one of the world’s poorest nations could get a boost from an unlikely avenue: Drones.
Vietnam is becoming the new hotspot for start-ups because of its young, tech-savvy workforce. CNBC's Pauline Chiou has more.
Capital Economics' Marcel Thieliant says the BOJ's new measure of inflation, which excludes energy prices, will not show an improvement.
The S&P 500 could pass 2,100 and work its way up to new highs if earning expectations improve, says Sam Stovall from S&P Global Market Intelligence.
With the TNT deal, FedEx is now the only logistics giant with strong networks in Europe, Asia and the U.S., says Stifel, Nicolaus and Co MD David Ross.
Lenovo has integrated IBM's server business well and could report better results, says Moor Insights and Strategy's Patrick Moorhead.
PNC's William Adams explains that the Eurogroup wants to continue using debt aid as leverage to force Greece to press on with reforms.
U.S. markets have come to terms with a Fed hike, but need earnings growth in order to head higher, says Ameriprise Financial's David Joy.
VietJet CEO Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao says her goal is to expand into Asia Pacific, with Emirates as an inspiration.
Expect China to tighten up regulations to avoid potential data leaks, especially with the rise of cloud computing systems, says Deutsche Bank's Alan Hellawell.
Raleigh Finlayson, Saracen Mineral Holdings MD, says input costs have fallen while the Aussie dollar has also served as a natural hedge against gold prices.
CyberArk's Vincent Goh identifies tactics used to hack into banks and even central banks, such as spearfishing and social engineering.
The Fed ought to have raised rates much earlier, so it will likely hike in either June or July, says Robert Pavlik from Boston Private Wealth.
India's also signed an agreement with Iran and Afghanistan to develop a transport and transit corridor between the three countries through Chabahar.
The Fed wants markets to price in the possibility of a June rate hike so that it has that flexibility, says Axel Merk from Merk Investments.
Fisherman Zhang Yuxiang tells CNBC's Eunice Yoon how the territorial dispute in the East China Sea is impacting local marine life.
CNBC's Pauline Chiou reports on how much Vietnam's export-driven economy stands to benefit from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal.
Brookings Institution's Tanvi Madan explains that India's $500 million pledge to build Iran's port of Chabahar is driven by broader strategic and economic motivations.
The IMF is calling for unconditional debt relief for Greece which Germany disagrees with, says Fariborz Moshirian from UNSA's Institute of Global Finance.
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