US Air Force bombers escorted by fighter jets flew over waters east of North Korea on Saturday, the Pentagon said. » Read More
China has limited refined oil product exports to North Korea, and banned textile imports, as part of UN economic sanctions on Pyongyang. » Read More
China wants Japan to move beyond tighter UN economic sanctions and press for talks with North Korea over its weapons program. » Read More
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The U.S. will hurt its credibility if it cancels the Iran nuclear deal, making North Korea talks more difficult, Chinese state media said. » Read More
Political uncertainty has left the outlook for Asia's fourth-largest economy as cloudy as a glass of makgeolli, a traditional Korean rice liquor.
Convenience stores are booming in China as the pace of life speeds up and consumers seek quick purchases, says Bain & Company.
The U.K.’s new polymer five pound banknote is strong, resistant to moisture, more eco-friendly and contains fat… animal fat that is.
Seoul's promise to host American missile defense technology on its soil may fall apart following President Park's de-facto resignation.
Palm plantations in Indonesia which produce palm oil for global consumer companies have been found to have used child labor.
Policymakers in Asia should avoid capital controls if they want foreign capital flows to remain, says Temasek's strategy MD Michael Buchanan.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of India to protest an unusual economic policy: demonetization, Vox reports.
U.S. President-elect Trump’s negative rhetoric towards trade with China has done little to put off Tradeshift from expanding into China.
Chinese government embarks on a nationwide crackdown to halt sham overseas direct investments and clamp down on capital heading overseas.
South Korea's President relinquished her powers on Tuesday in a move that may leave the country in political paralysis.
Three weeks after Modi announced a major currency reform, doubts remain as to whether the controversial policy can stamp out tax evasion.
Samsung Electronics said it will increase dividends and consider splitting itself.
The row between China and Singapore over military vehicles escalated as Beijing lodged a diplomatic protest, the SCMP reports.
Rodrigo Duterte has hit out at what he called Western threats to seek an International Criminal Court indictment over alleged summary executions.
Singapore's property investors got a yellow card from the city-state's central bank in its annual financial stability review.
The U.N. Security Council is set to vote on new sanctions on North Korea, which could slash its export earnings by some $800 million.
Japan's jobless rate held steady in October, while household spending fell at a slower pace.
Morgan Stanley goes overweight Japan equities from underweight, making it the top regional pick globally, replacing the U.S.
Russia and the Philippines have agreed to closer ties when it comes to defense, according to Russian news outlet RT.
The brand has released a video showing employees leading the reindeer around a parking lot, with delivery boxes attached to its back.
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China's debt levels may cause big problems for the global economy, but Beijing has a handle on it, say REYL Singapore's Daryl Liew and EIU Asia's Simon Baptist.
Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group, says China might have faced headwinds, but the bank has a long-term commitment to the market.
Most polls show Angela Merkel has a strong lead, but it remains to be seen who she will form a government with, says Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group.