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Single-day ticket sales on Lunar New Year's Day broke records in China this year.
Nintendo cut its operating profit forecast for the year ending March to 20 billion yen ($176 million) from 30 billion yen.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley must balance the need for stimulating growth and fiscal discipline when he presents the 2017-2018 budget on Wednesday.
The Philippine police chief stopped the use of the national police force in anti-drug operations and disbanded police anti-narcotics units.
A Singapore teenager seeking to stay in the U.S. made his first appearance Monday in a Chicago immigration court.
Masaya Nakamura, the "Father of Pac-Man" who founded the Japanese video game company behind the hit game, has died.
President Trump's immigration action jeopardizes $20 billion worth of Boeing sales to Iran and Iraq, according to an aerospace analyst.
Vodafone said that the all-share deal that would create a new market leader better able to cope with the brutal price war in the industry.
Trump reiterated his pledge to create jobs in the United States and asked the Japanese auto industry to contribute.
Trump's immigration order could impact Muslim-majority counties not specified on his list, such as Malaysia and Indonesia.
Japanese retail sales rose less than expected in December, government data showed on Monday.
President Trump's tough stance on immigration policies could hit India tech firms on work visa access, according to Nomura.
Shares of Toshiba tumbled as much as 5.8 percent in early trade on Monday.
The Bank of Japan is set to keep monetary policy steady and seek to allay speculation of an early tapering of its massive stimulus.
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There's about 76,000 people in the U.S. who refuse to return their Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones despite the well-publicized safety hazard.
Within his first few days as president, Donald Trump has made Narendra Modi and his country a priority.
Despite having the largest population of any country in the world, China isn't having enough babies.
Armed conflict between the U.S. and China in the near future are 'not just slogans', an official in China's People's Liberation Army wrote.
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Samsung has the widest range of infinity-screen phones, marking a clear lead over Apple, says Kiranjeet Kaur, senior market analyst, IDC.
Market views are more shaped by regulation and economic policies than Trump comments, says Frank Holmes, CEO & Chief Investment Officer, U.S. Global Investors.
Getting the right mix of retailers remains the focus for CEO Peter Allen, Scentre Group, who says that shopping traffic ultimately follows such a strategy.