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
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By: Huileng Tan
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
The risk the U.K. would vote to exit the EU, dubbed "Brexit," was one of the biggest risks to the global economy, Lloyd’s of London CEO Inga Beale said.
Two key central bank decisions sit at the top of investors' radar this week, after renewed global growth concerns saw U.S. stocks sell off on Friday.
China's too important to be left out of a key EM index, a top Chinese securities official cautions, as MSCI prepares to make a call on inclusion.
Animal rights activists protesting the eating of dogs delivered a petition with 11 million signatures to authorities in Beijing.
Chinese company LeEco has snaffled a senior legal counsel from Google and snapped up Yahoo's property at the center of the U.S. tech hub.
Ren Xiaoping proposes using a glue to connect the spinal cord of the "healthy" head and a donor body, and volunteers are already queuing up.
Tech companies aren't going public in the U.S., so the arrival of the China Online Education IPO is surprising for more reasons than one.
The Firestar Diamond founder reveals how he found fame as a designer by learning from his family business, without ever joining it.
Central banks are essentially out of ammunition, with negative rate policies spurring greater savings, not growth, said the Allianz's chief economist.
The global defense trade increased at a record pace last year, expanding by $6.6 billion to be worth $65 billion.
Here's how a country with a small population, living in an area only a little bigger than Indiana, became a consumer goods powerhouse.
Recent episodes of religious violence in Bangladesh may represent a deepening political crisis in the world's eighth-most populous nation.
All-girl gaming group Asterisk* has been playing long enough to see e-sports go from marginal to big-money mainstream.
Shanghai Disneyland's launch is drawing big crowds, but some visitors complain the bibbity boppety boo isn't up to full strength yet.
Theme park opens its doors to crowds eager for an experience that was "authentically Disney and distinctly Chinese."
Samsung SDI's stock rose yesterday on the news that Tesla might use batteries supplied by the company for its energy storage products.
People living in a border prefecture in Xinjiang must now give DNA samples when applying for travel documents, the South China Morning Post reports.
Craving a pizza but unnerved by the complicated ordering process? A soon-to-be launched app function could let you order without a single click.
Thursday's decision marks the first rate cut since the bank last lowered rates in June 2015.
A low-profile tycoon has become the talk of the town after purchasing a house for a record HK$2.1 billion (US$270 million), the SCMP reports.
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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.