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China is looking to invest for job creation — not mere trophies — according to an economist who analyzes the country.
Asian markets finished mixed on Tuesday, as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's upcoming two-day policy meeting.
"The British experience suggests Russia will also use murder as a sanction in other countries' territories," John Major said.
The domestic Chinese market is likely to move ahead fast with 5G technology, according to a Credit Suisse analyst.
Online game communities — the winning ones — keep users coming back for more.
After being hit by several headwinds over the past year, India is now set for growth of up to 8 percent per year, the country's former central bank governor, Raghuram Rajan, said. But it really needs 10 percent.
The mass production of electric vehicles is the next big opportunity in green technology, the CEO of a private equity fund said on Monday.
U.S. businesses have started to increase investments and capital expenditure. But that's just part of the story, according to Credit Suisse's chief economist.
Including Monday's announcement, Alibaba will have invested a total of $4 billion in Lazada to-date.
China's car industry will continue growing, and companies should embrace and integrate Jack Ma's "new retail concept" to better serve the market, said the CFO of a Chinese car trading site.
Wealth creation in Asia is booming thanks to entrepreneurs, according to Credit Suisse Asia Pacific CEO Helman Sitohang.
There is no way to clean up the past without generating losses, Credit Suisse group chief executive officer Tidjane Thiam told CNBC.
"We urge the administration not to impose tariffs and to work with the business community to find an effective, but measured, solution to China's protectionist trade policies."
Asian markets closed mixed on Monday, with Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index underperforming its peers in the region.
The nerve agent used in an attack on a former spy and his daughter could have come from a research laboratory in the United Kingdom, Russia's EU ambassador said, the BBC reported on Sunday.
China's parliament on Sunday appointed a senior graft-buster as head of the country's controversial new anti-corruption body.
China will set more stringent targets for improving the nation's air quality under a new three-year plan.
China's largely rubber-stamp parliament on Saturday unanimously re-elected Xi Jinping as the country's president.
Using expired travel tickets or causing trouble on flights are acts that could cause a ban.
Billionaire Li Ka-shing, Asia's "superman," is hanging up his cape after a storied career as one of the most successful businessmen in the region.
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There is still very little supply despite strong demand for equities in the Australian market, says Hasan Tevfik of Credit Suisse.
Michael Owen, former England international soccer player, is moving into the world of cryptocurrency.
Red Hong Yi, an alternative artist, explains how social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram have allowed artists to market their work beyond the confines of a gallery.