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A sixfold surge in seizures of bogus HK$100 banknotes was recorded last year, the SCMP reports.
The launch would be a major step in country's goal of targeting the U.S. mainland, NBC reports.
LG's first quarterly operating loss in six years is partly due to weaker earnings in its mobile business, analysts said.
As Alibaba takes the leap away from being an e-commerce company into cloud computing, the road ahead might not be smooth sailing.
A trade war between China and the United States would harm both countries, the overseas edition of the state run People's Daily said on Wednesday.
China's tourism authority called for a boycott of a Japan hotel chain just before the Lunar New Year break.
Samsonite is open to the prospect of manufacturing in the U.S. after a 16-year long hiatus, according to global CEO Ramesh Tainwala.
Somalia, South Sudan, North Korea and Syria are perceived to be the most corrupt countries in the world, according to Transparency International.
Australian consumer prices rose by less than expected last quarter while core inflation stayed stubbornly stuck at all-time lows.
Hong Kong will release Singapore's armored vehicles impounded and detained in the Chinese-ruled territory during shipment from Taiwan.
South Korea's economic growth retreated further in the last quarter of 2016.
Japan's exports rose 5.4 percent in December from a year earlier, posting the first gain in 15 months.
China's progress toward full inclusion of its stocks in global benchmarks could be halted if it continues its capital control drive.
China's central bank raised interest rates on a key funding tool to cut debt levels and boost stability.
The protectionist rhetoric from the White House since President Donald Trump took office has rattled emerging economies.
The tech giant has also expanded its efforts into new areas, including cloud computing and entertainment.
A top Chinese foreign ministry official suggested U.S. should butt out of China's relations with neighbors, NBC News reports.
Goldman Sachs has filed a $1 billion counter lawsuit against an Indonesian businessman who is seeking damages from the U.S. bank.
Xiaomi's Redmi Note 4 sold 250,000 units during a flash sale on its own website and e-commerce platform Flipkart.
CNBC understands that the LG G6 will be made with metal and glass and feature a 5.7-inch display.
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Tesla's new long-range semi truck has a range of 500 miles, but Tesla still has to ramp up the installation of megachargers, says IHS Markit's James Chao.
Tim Davis of Fathom Consulting discusses what to expect from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's speech at the European Banking Congress.
Cutting entitlement programs is politically sensitive and will be the real killer for tax reform, says Mary Nicola, senior economist at Aviva Investors.