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China's June exports fell more than expected, while imports also saw a steeper fall than forecast, in a sign that the mainland's factory floors continued to slow.
The Philippines is content with a modest acknowledgment of its victory in an international court against China. This is probably a wise move.
Following The Hague's ruling, heightened tensions could endanger Beijing's ties with Southeast Asia and hurt President Xi's international credibility.
Former Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. does not want to see a rise in tensions but "freedom of navigation" must be respected.
A tribunal at The Hague dealt a major blow to China's maritime claims and declared some of its tactics illegal.
China's claims in the South China Sea are audacious, which makes The Hague's decision of huge economic and geopolitical importance.
IKEA will recall its Malm dressers in China, the consumer watchdog said, just days after the Swedish company was accused of "double standards."
With global fixed income yields low, Asia and emerging market bonds and credit offer attractive returns, a portfolio manager at Fidelity told CNBC.
China's currency may be expected to stay relatively stable, but that's based on myths about the mainland economy, Daiwa said.
The company behind the smash-hit game Pokemon Go says it never intended for the game to get full access to users’ Google accounts, Recode reports.
Donald Trump has irritated Beijing but he's largely an unknown quantity, while Hillary Clinton is viewed with trepidation.
Japan's Line has priced its IPO at the top of its marketed range, putting the messaging app firm on course to raise up to $1.3 billion.
It's not easy creating your own legacy when you're the heir to a famous banking empire, but Wee Teng Wen pulled it off with Lo & Behold.
Five years ago, there was no more vocal opponent of mobile games than Nintendo. Today, the company is positioning itself as a leader in the field.
Judges at an arbitration tribunal in The Hague on Tuesday rejected China's claims to economic rights across large swathes of the South China Sea in a ruling that will be claimed as a victory by the Philippines.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ordered a new round of fiscal stimulus spending after a crushing election victory over the weekend.
Soft China inflation data has sparked speculation the economic giant may join the ranks of various central banks in cutting interest rates.
Parliamentary elections on Sunday were a reminder to Japan's Prime Minister that his foremost priority remained the economy, not political reform.
Nintendo soared on the popularity of the Pokemon Go game, but it'll need to follow Game of War and Mobile Strike to prove profitable.
A majority of emerging market-based companies are helping corruption thrive, a new survey by Transparency International shows.
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Tokens from the ICO will be listed on digital exchanges beyond Macau and can also be cashed out, explains Chakrit Ahmad, CEO of Wi Holding Group.
Germany's Merkel faces challenging coalition talks as uncertainties loom for Europe, says Fredrik Erixon of the European Centre for International Political Economy.
New Zealand First's Winston Peters may not side easily with the Nationals given their "bad history," says Richard Shaw of Massey University.