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The ongoing Washington and Beijing trade war, could push automobile companies to produce more in China, the CEO and founder of Shanghai-based consultancy Automobility told CNBC on Thursday.
Asian shares came under pressure on the last trading day of the week after stocks stateside slipped amid U.S. President Donald Trump's criticism of the Federal Reserve.
China’s foreign ministry hit back at comments made by President Donald Trump’s top economic advisor on Thursday, saying it is clear who is right and who is wrong in an escalating trade row between the world’s two largest economies.
China has donated a reported $20 million in polling booths, laptops, computers and other equipment to Cambodia's National Election Committee. Tokyo, meanwhile, has reportedly provided over 10,000 ballot boxes worth $7.5 million.
Masatsugu Nagato, president and CEO of Japan Post, spoke with CNBC at the launch of Toll City, a logistics hub situated in western Singapore.
Hong Kong is getting ready for the arrival of virtual banks, for which all transactions will be online.
Asian stocks closed mixed, with major markets fading after initially trading higher on the back of Wall Street's earnings-led advance, while Chinese equities extended their losing streak.
A South Korean salvage team has reportedly discovered the wreck of a Russian warship believed to still contain 200 tons of gold bullion worth 150 trillion won ($130 billion).
Shares of smartphone maker Xiaomi rose after the Hong Kong exchange said it would work with its mainland counterparts on moving toward including companies with weighted voting rights in the stock connect program.
Sanguine estimates about the impact of the trade war on China’s economy have not taken into account how tariffs will affect business sentiment, investment and growth, J.P. Morgan analysts wrote in a note.
Hedge fund billionaire David Einhorn and 26 other businessmen and poker players each ponied up $1 million to enter the World Series of Poker's “Big One for One Drop" tournament.
Asian shares closed mixed, after firmer gains seen earlier faded although investors were still assured by upbeat remarks from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
Despite a slowdown in growth and trade tensions, there are “enormous” and “stunning” opportunities in China, particularly in Fintech, an investment manager said Tuesday.
Amid trade tensions, Chinese mainland stocks are down almost 30 percent since their peak in January.
Asian shares closed mostly lower on Tuesday as energy stocks declined amid weakness in oil prices.
Spelunker Vernon Unsworth is considering legal action against Elon Musk after the Tesla CEO made the baseless claim that he was a paedophile.
Peter Petracca left New York to launch a start-up in Vietnam. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi went to Hanoi to see how he adjusted.
Abu Dhabi is an important gateway to the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region, says Richard Teng, CEO of the Abu Dhabi Global Market FSRA.
Tianhe Ji, China rates and FX strategist at BNP Paribas discusses what's next for China and trade, following tensions with the US.