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By: Cheang Ming
Investors in Asia are expected to focus on a barrage of economic data releases out of China on Thursday. » Read More
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China is threatening retaliation over the THAAD missile system deployed at the Osan Air Base in South Korea.
E-commerce site Alibaba took 40.3 percent of all money brands spent on mobile advertising in China in 2016, equivalent to $11 billion
World's largest long-haul carrier concerned President Donald Trump's latest travel order will still deter Muslim visitors to America.
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Westinghouse Electric, the U.S. nuclear power plant developer owned by Toshiba, has brought in bankruptcy attorneys.
South Korean courts began their first hearing of a case that could potentially reform corporate governance.
The U.S. should revive the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the country’s former ambassador to China said.
The United States said "all options are on the table" to deal with North Korea and dismissed China's suggestion of a "dual suspension."
Sportswear giant Nike has launched a "performance" hijab, aiming to get more Middle Eastern women and girls to play sport
The CFO Centre offers access to 350 chief financial officers worldwide.
A draft of a Sino-Asean code of conduct for the disputed South China Sea has been completed, the SCMP reports.
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.
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Dong Tao, MD and vice chairman Greater China, Credit Suisse Private Banking Asia Pacific, says Hong Kong has remained too tied to property while Chinese cities such as Shenzhen have expanded into tech.
Jacob Kirkegaard, research fellow, Peterson Institute for Economic Research, says Britain has to show it will move forward on exit payments before entering a second phase of talks with the EU on Brexit.
Yoon Ng, director, Broadridge Financial Solutions, says China's economic reforms will include more foreign companies and managers, but investors will have to pay close attention to what the government "actually wants to do."