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Manulife CEO Donald Guloien discussed his firm's recent China license with CNBC at the China Development Forum.
Britain's Vodafone Group and Idea Cellular agreed on Monday to merge their Indian operations.
North Korea's threat cannot be resolved until there's a change in direction or a regime change, former US Defense Secretary William Cohen says.
From the China Development Forum in Beijing, SABIC CEO Yousef Abdullah Al-Benyan talked collaboration between Chinese and Saudi firms.
Singapore-listed Ezra Holdings has filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection in the United States.
John Zhao, CEO of Hony Capital, offered a frank assessment of Chinese capital controls at the China Development Forum in Beijing.
Allianz CEO Oliver Bäte shared his thoughts on the Chinese market at the China Development Forum in Beijing.
The White House is planning to confront Beijing over perceived injustices in China's automobile industry, according to Axios News.
Capital outflows and real estate are two key areas of concern in China, former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said.
The United States and China will work together to get nuclear-armed North Korea take "a different course", U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Saturday.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Sunday his government does not fear artificial intelligence technology.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has expressed support for globalization and said China should continue to open its economy to foreign firms.
China has been on the receiving end of trade protectionism since 2008, so it knows enough to oppose such measures, a researcher said.
The world's financial leaders backtracked on past commitments to keep trade open and reject protectionism.
ABB Group CEO Ulrich Spiesshofer, said at the China Development Forum that many have the wrong idea about robots' place in the economy.
Oilfield services firm Ezra Holdings of Singapore filed for U.S. Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Saturday.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and German Chancellor Angela Merkel urged the EU to finally sign a free trade deal with Japan.
The U.S. is looking forward to the first meeting between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, Rex Tillerson said.
China has maintained a cool head regarding President Donald Trump's policies, according to a former People's Bank of China member.
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David Carbon, managing director economics and currencies, DBS says that wage growth will remain soft as the economic recovery has not produced the conditions yet.
Following the Federal Reserve's latest meeting, Gareth Nicholson, head of fixed income at Bank of Singapore, talks repositioning against the backdrop of soft inflation.