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Asian markets traded in negative territory early on Wednesday after Wall Street closed lower. » Read More
North Korea's state-run media say U.S. President Donald Trump's nuclear button tweet was the "spasm of a lunatic." » Read More
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CNBC explores how Singapore's low crime rate translates to local businesses.
People's Bank of China Vice Governor Pan Gongsheng said the government would continue to apply pressure to the virtual currency trade.
Some South Korean athletes are "furious" at proposals to form joint teams with North Koreans.
The company said the Google Maps browser has been available in China for many years but there is no Maps application offered.
Unity on the issue was extremely important, Xi said, according to CCTV.
Japan is examining ways to evacuate its citizens from South Korea amid rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
Australia's Qantas Airways amended its website, referring to Taiwan and Hong Kong as Chinese territories, after China's warning.
Tuesday's official midpoint was 202 pips, or 0.31 percent — the strongest since Dec.11, 2015.
The daily average density of ultra-fine dust stands above 50 micrograms per cubic meter, widely considered harmful.
The Shanghai Consumer Council requested an explanation about the slowing down of iPhones, demanding a reply before Friday.
Chinese companies have moved beyond copying others' technologies, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Asian markets traded mostly higher on Tuesday, with mainland markets recording gains after sliding in the last session.
The U.S. cautioned Jared Kushner that a close friend, Wendi Deng Murdoch, could be using her ties to Kushner and wife Ivanka to aid the Chinese government.
Beijing plans to block domestic access to Chinese and offshore cryptocurrency platforms that allow centralized trading, it was reported Monday.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has hit back against claims that China is increasing the debt burden of African countries.
South Korea has been trying to rein in speculative cryptocurrency trading in recent months, as interest in the market has exploded.
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India stands to become the largest growth engine in the world, says Suyi Kim of the CPPIB, which has invested 600 billion Canadian dollars in the country.
Bad loans in state-owned banks are still a major concern for India. Cornell University's Eswar Prasad talks about ways the government can address that issue.
It's about time the global economy goes back to normal, says BlackRock's Isabelle Mateos y Lago, adding that higher inflation and interest rates are "perfectly healthy."