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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered the production of more solid-fuel rocket engines, state media said on Wednesday, as he pursues nuclear and missile programs amid a standoff with Washington, but there were signs of tension easing. » Read More
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Sri Lanka takes the needs of its multiethnic population very seriously, with a very pleasant side-effect: 25 national public holidays a year.
China's vice finance minister sought to ease nerves over the country's high levels of corporate debt, defending the government's performance.
Traders seem encouraged by the recent bout of Chinese economic data. They may be wrong.
China's finance chief lambasted GOP frontrunner Donald Trump as "irrational," The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.
A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck southern Japan early on Saturday, killing at least 25, barely a day after a nearby quake killed nine.
hired a new head for its China business as it looks to court Chinese businesses to advertise on its service amid stalling user growth.
North Korea tried and failed to launch what experts believe was an intermediate-range ballistic missile on Friday in defiance of sanctions.
Noble Group has had a difficult year after criticism of its accounting practices hit the stock, but at least one analyst is bullish.
China clocked first quarter growth of 6.7 percent, after the stimulus measures of recent months finally took effect, economists said.
Carrefour said on Friday that sales growth accelerated in the first quarter, reflecting robust sales in Brazil, Spain and Italy.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said he would visit a U.S. vessel in the disputed South China Sea - a move likely to enrage China.
A strong earthquake hit southwestern Japan, bringing down buildings, killing at least nine people and injuring hundreds, local media said.
Japan's Finance Minister Taro Aso expressed deep concerns to U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew over one-sided currency moves.
Global oil demand growth is forecast to ease further in 2016 but not in one particular country, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday.
Golf has had a rough history in China, but as of this week it's officially legal to play the game again, according to The Guardian.
McDonald's is targeting private equity firms for its planned sale of 2,800 restaurants in North Asia, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Singapore's central bank unexpectedly eased its currency policy Thursday, as data showed the manufacturing sector weighing on economic activity.
Much more needs to be done to tackle the challenges of a rapidly aging population and responsibilities must be shared, Mercer's CEO said.
The RBNZ said on Thursday an independent investigation confirmed its March decision to cut rates was leaked by a journalist before the official release.
The loss by Park Geun-hye's Saenuri Party will mean her government will face more deadlock in the National Assembly.
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The rest of it is decorative and will unlikely go up in value over time, says Steve Lazarides, founder of Lazarides.
Trump is losing supporters, hence he is becoming slightly wilder in his commentary as a result, says Chris Watling from Longview Economics.
The turnaround in the business came on the back of improved customer satisfaction, says Brad Banducci, CEO at Woolworths.