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China has become less dependent on arms import over the past five years due to increased military capabilities at home, the SCMP reports.
Malaysian state-owned oil and gas firm Petronas is aiming to sell a large minority stake in a prized upstream local gas project.
In the first visit to Singapore by an Israeli head of state in 30 years, Netanyahu Monday called for greater diversity and tolerance.
It was an intense weekend for Jay Y. Lee as a special prosecution team in South Korea grilled the de-facto leader of Samsung for over 20 hours.
Singapore outlines strategies in annual budget to improve capabilities of firms and workers amid shifts in global economic landscape.
Women have secured top jobs at Saudi Arabia's stock exchange and one of its large national banks.
A New Zealand judge on Monday upheld an earlier court ruling that Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the U.S. to face criminal charges.
Microsoft's Ralph Haupter says companies hoping to adopt new technologies to grow their businesses have to embrace cloud computing.
The strong Shanghai Index rally suggests they believe Trump is a paper tiger.
Supply concerns and market expectations of growing demand from China are pushing Doctor Copper back on the market.
The autopsy results for Kim Jong Un's half-brother, who was suspected to have been murdered in Malaysia, could be released as early as Wednesday as tensions rise between Kuala Lumpur and Pyongyang.
Japan's move to put the kibosh on karoshi, or 'death by overwork,' by addressing excessive overtime may hit growth, Deutsche Bank said.
China's state owned enterprise (SOE) reform is facing fresh questioning, the SCMP reports.
China will suspend all imports of coal from North Korea starting Feb. 19, the country's commerce ministry said.
Chappy Hakim, chief executive of miner Freeport-McMoran's Indonesian unit, has resigned.
Japan's exports rose 1.3 percent in January from a year earlier.
The foreign minister of Saudi Arabia said the new U.S. administration can extend an olive branch to everyone.
Malaysia's foreign ministry summoned North Korea's ambassador over allegations he made over its handling of the murder of Kim Jong Nam.
Amid tensions with China, the United States has deployed a carrier strike group to the South China Sea to begin 'routine operations.'
The four North Koreans flew out of Malaysia, but police would not reveal the flight's destination.
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China's debt levels may cause big problems for the global economy, but Beijing has a handle on it, say REYL Singapore's Daryl Liew and EIU Asia's Simon Baptist.
Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group, says China might have faced headwinds, but the bank has a long-term commitment to the market.
Most polls show Angela Merkel has a strong lead, but it remains to be seen who she will form a government with, says Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group.