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China has agreed to cooperate with the Philippines on 30 projects worth $3.7 billion focusing on poverty reduction.
The Chinese are playing President Trump "like a drum" over currency, the founder of High Frequency Economics told CNBC on Monday.
Hugo Barra, the vice president of international at Xiaomi, said the role had taken a "huge toll" on his life.
The fund, backed by China's cabinet, is designed to help turn China into a major player in internet technology.
India recorded 27,581 railway deaths in 2014, the most recent year for which figures are available.
China has allowed its five biggest banks to temporarily lower the amount of money that they must hold as reserves.
The court approved a request by relatives of Low Taek Jho to appoint new trustees to fight the seizure of assets by the U.S. government.
Angola's capital city Luanda is the priciest city for expatriates to relocate to this year, according to a study.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 handsets caught fire due to separate battery problems.
North Asia will be hit the hardest when U.S. president-elect Trump follows through on his promises on trade, said Goldman Sachs.
The path globalization had followed over the past decades has come to an end.
Boeing aircraft and U.S. soybeans may be among U.S. goods targeted by China if trade tensions escalate and Beijing retaliates.
Global consulting firm Deloitte has some soothing news for those worried about the economic fallout in Asia from possible trade war.
Vladimir Putin could make a 'windfall' if the President-elect lets his 'emotions' get in the way, Hermitage Capital's CEO told CNBC.
Countries in the region are nervous given Trump's tough talk on trade, said a former U.S. ambassador to China.
Toshiba has started the process to sell a minority stake in its profitable flash memory chip business.
Two environment groups gave a cautious nod to China's efforts to tackle hazardous air pollution levels, but urged greater national coordination.
Samsung will announce the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 fires a day before its full-year 2016 earnings.
Chinese authorities "are very concerned unless the RMB is stable there will be a self-perpetuating acceleration of outflows," one analyst said.
China is not fully convinced about intensive U.S. Federal Reserve rate rises in 2017 and beyond, the SMCP reports.
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David Carbon, managing director economics and currencies, DBS says that wage growth will remain soft as the economic recovery has not produced the conditions yet.
Following the Federal Reserve's latest meeting, Gareth Nicholson, head of fixed income at Bank of Singapore, talks repositioning against the backdrop of soft inflation.