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Asian markets traded mixed on Thursday after recording steep losses in the Wednesday session.
The recent arrivals of Amazon and Uber and the aggressive expansion of Facebook and Google have changed the dynamics of the Indian market.
Next year is looking strong for China Southern Airlines, the company's president told CNBC on Wednesday.
North Korea is the biggest threat to the humankind right now and China and the U.S. can stop it, the U.S. Ambassador to China told CNBC.
Ford believes China is poised to become the most favorable market for the development of electric vehicles.
China's push to clean up its environment may have had an unintended consequence: a shortage of heating fuel supply is hitting some regions.
Japan plans fund private-sector partnerships in China's Belt and Road project, the Nikkei reported Wednesday.
Australia's economy expanded at the fastest annual pace in over a year last quarter thanks to a long-awaited jump in business investment.
Markets in Australia, South Korea and Japan fell, while the dollar declined against a basket of rival currencies.
A stronger than anticipated OPEC-led commitment to extend production cuts will support prices in 2018, Goldman Sachs analysts said.
The Reserve Bank of Australia released its December rate decision on Tuesday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in China to discuss trade, but experts say significant hurdles stand in the way of progress.
Asia markets were mostly lower in afternoon trade on Tuesday.
Veteran actor Shashi Kapoor, who starred in over 100 films, died in Mumbai on Monday.
Yemen's Houthi-run interior ministry said Monday ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh had been killed though there was no independent confirmation.
A crew on board a Cathay Pacific aircraft saw a North Korean missile blow up over the Sea of Japan last week, the airline told CNBC on Monday.
An Australian regulator said it would investigate whether Facebook and Google had disrupted the news media to the detriment of others.
Asia markets traded mixed on Monday, following a decline in U.S. stocks in the Friday session.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Sunday the country will not close its door to the global internet.
If a missile is launched, residents and tourists would have less than 20 minutes to take shelter, officials said.
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James Andrews of Redmayne-Bentley says the market is awaiting fresh clues on the Bank of England's rate stance.
Rob Subbaraman of Nomura says the U.S. 2018 mid-term elections loom large in the rush by Republicans to pass tax cuts.
Christian Lee of WeWork Asia says companies expanding in the region want new types of offices that are attractive for the new generation of workers.