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As cracks deepen in the decades-old friendship between China and North Korea, Russian President Vladimir Putin stands ready to fill Beijing's shoes.
The euro spiked higher in the wake of the French election results, but the surge didn’t last long.
Key figures in Asia suggested that trade will continue to liberalize — no matter the rhetoric coming out of Washington.
Japan and China agreed on Saturday to enhance cooperation through bilateral dialogue on their economies and policy steps.
Foreign mining companies in Indonesia must prove their businesses are advantageous to the country, warned Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati.
China's Ping An launches $1 billion Global Voyager fintech and health care fund. It'll be led by Jonathan Larsen, who joins as chief innovation officer.
Razer, the U.S. gaming hardware company, earlier this year acquired smartphone-maker Nextbit, was tight-lipped about plans to move into the mobile space.
ChemChina has won more than enough support from Syngenta shareholders to clinch its $43 billion takeover of the Swiss pesticides and seeds group, the two companies said on Friday.
All eyes are on the skies at Shanghai Pudong International Airport as the maiden test flight of China's C919 airliner lifts off, and lands, successfully.
Trump held his first-meeting with Australia's Turnbull on Thursday, declaring they "get along great," after a tense January phone call.
Finance leaders of Japan, China and South Korea agreed to resist protectionism in a meeting on Friday, taking a stand on Trump's rhetoric.
Taizo Son, brother of SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, tells CNBC what's causing Japan's innovation culture to stumble.
Central bank gold demand contracted to lows not seen in more than half a decade in the first quarter, the World Gold Council said Thursday.
Demand for iron ore still looks positive in China as the world's second largest economy continues to develop, said Fortescue Metals CEO, Nev Power.
Abhishek Gupta shares his views on how the year-long effort by Circles.Life to offer cheaper mobile data in Singapore provides some lessons on disruption.
Airbnb is aiming to boost its Japan presence as part of its China expansion, said Parin Mehta, director of the host and homes business.
Chian's Anbang Insurance has released an open letter that threatened legal action over an article by Caixin calling its ownership structure "opaque."
This complicates Prime Minister Najib Razak's efforts to move on from a financial scandal surrounding the fund.
Global dealmaker HNA Group is a secretive Chinese conglomerate with ties to the Communist Party in Beijing, New York Times reports.
Every crisis is an opportunity. And for Chinese businesses, the current one of stubborn oyster intruders overrunning parts of the coast of Denmark is spelling fortune and feasts.
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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.