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Airbus is considering doing away with one of the hallmarks of its A380 superjumbo, a "grand staircase" echoing the era of cruise ships, sources said.
Samsung's initial investment is expected to total around $300 million, according to Dow Jones.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) said it was exploring Indonesia as a potential site to put one of its tracks.
Technology firms have moved to reassure customers they are safe after a Wikileaks revealed devices were the target of hacks by the CIA.
The Singapore Exchange is bringing back lunch breaks and widening the bid-offer spread, giving up a faster-paced approach to boosting volumes.
Asia is playing catch-up in the race towards greater gender diversity on company boards.
Although the U.S. might seem a distant country, those the Hong Kong community are also affected by the travel ban, the SCMP reports.
Uganda and Bangladesh have some of the highest rates of female entrepreneurs in spite of poor conditions, MasterCard's research showed.
The Japanese may finally get to spend less time at work, but that doesn't mean they'll use it for shopping.
Commuters can tap into free Wi-Fi, grab a physical book, download an E-Book or even ride on a swing.
China produced a rare trade deficit in in February after imports galloped, official data showed Wednesday.
Alibaba founder billionaire Jack Ma wants China to crack down on counterfeiters.
China said North Korea must stop nuclear and missile tests and that the U.S. and South Korea must also stop joint military drills.
China has said it will take unspecified measures against a U.S. missile system being deployed in S. Korea.
China's forex reserves unexpectedly rose for the first time in eight months in February, rebounding above $3 trillion as a regulatory crackdown and weakness in the dollar helped staunch capital outflows.
Renault-Nissan has no plans to move out of Mexico despite speculation that the anticipated revision of NAFTA could slap tariffs on trade.
North Korea barred Malaysians from leaving the country on Tuesday, prompting Malaysia to take tit-for-tat action.
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is running short of time to lay out an exit strategy from the bank's massive stimulus.
Hong Kong is the costliest Asian city to get anything built due to its severe shortage of construction labor, the SCMP reports.
China's third most powerful leader said on Monday that Beijing had the right to "step in" to Hong Kong's leadership contest.
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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.