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Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shed light on the delicate balance his country has to maintain between the U.S. and China. » Read More
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Germany has withdrawn its approval for a Chinese takeover of chip equipment maker Aixtron,throwing up an unexpected hurdle for a $728 million deal
Singapore has joined the influential International Energy Agency as an association country, upping the city-state's focus on energy security.
South Korean container shipper Hanjin said on Monday that it would close all 10 of its European businesses, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Japan could finally pass a long-awaited bill with the potential to transform the country into an international gaming destination.
Rurik Jutting, 30, is charged with two counts of murder for the deaths of two Indonesian women.
The official calendar features photos and quotes from the Russian President.
Don't believe the hype about a Singapore property pick-up, Nomura said, addressing some "half-truths" about one of Asia's real estate hotspots.
Japan's exports fell for a 12th straight month in September from a year earlier, as the yen's gains undermined export prices.
Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said on Sunday he had invited his Russian counterpart Alexander Novak to meet Gulf Arab energy ministers.
Despite a tumultuous year, Turkey's economy is weathering the storm, and some investors still see value despite credit downgrades.
Iraq's deputy oil minister Fayadh al-Nema said on Sunday total oil production stood at 4.774 million barrels per day (bpd).
Iran's president Hassan Rouhani has criticized the U.S. presidential candidates' behavior during their debates.
China and the Philippines could begin exploiting energy reserves in the South China Sea. Discussions for joint exploration have begun.
The world’s second-largest economy is conflicted as far as an OPEC production cut is concerned, one analyst told CNBC.
Nintendo shares tanked 6.5 percent on Friday following a trailer teasing its new Switch console which analysts said underwhelmed investors.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday he was not severing ties with his country's long-time ally the United States.
Experts skeptical on new guidelines set forward by the FSA that urge banks to consider lending.
Typhoon Haima headed to Hong Kong Friday after killing at least 12 and destroying rice fields in the Philippines.
China property prices rose at the fastest pace on record in September, fueling fears of a market bubble.
While uncertainty in the Philippines has increased, leaders in the Philippine business community appear to be relatively sanguine.
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Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Hsien Loong says the country wants to keep strong diplomatic and economic ties with both China and the U.S.
Michael Cucek, adjunct professor at Temple University Japan, says Japan's proportional voting system could send a message on the depth of support for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says there are no "basic conflicts" in the country's relationship with China in comments that follow a state visit to meet President Xi Jinping about a month ago.