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Robin Li called for Beijing to ease visa restrictions to attract overseas workers, the SMCP reports.
The "Game Changers" video has attracted headlines such as "Australia: Is this the worst recruitment ad ever?" and has been parodied online
South Korea, Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong limited US poultry imports after avian flu found on US farm, South Korea and a trade group said.
India is moving into position to be the biggest driver of global oil demand growth and has big energy investment plans.
Chinese smartphone makers might not be big brands in the West but they are extending their reach with explosive growth.
South Korea's Samsung Bioepis has won a high-stakes court case against U.S. drug firm AbbVie.
It seems that sitting on the fence will no longer do.
President Donald Trump's "America First" policy will not hinder U.S. ties with Asia, according to a fellow at a nonpartisan think tank.
The tone of Premier Li Keqiang's speech toed the line, emphasizing some reforms while maintaining optimism and stability.
China has changed its long-standing rhetoric on its yuan policy, signalling Beijing may alter its course on exchange rates, the SCMP reports.
China’s leaders may be touting a level playing field, but on the ground, protectionism is growing, Germany’s ambassador to China said.
Not everyone is thrilled about Amazon's upcoming launch Down Under.
Top leaders at the National People's Congress are tolerating slightly slower economic growth this year.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye colluded with her friend Choi Soon-sil to receive bribes from Samsung Group.
Chinese Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao shares his thoughts on the "currency manipulator" label and global uncertainty.
China has no plans to implement a nationwide property tax this year despite mounting expectations that such measures would soon be introduced to restrain surging property prices.
When Chinese iron ore futures surged to a record high last week, spot prices in Australia jumped, an indication of China’s clout in price setting.
North Korea fired four ballistic missiles early on Monday, three of which landed in Japan's exclusive economic zone.
Expect more tea-leaf reading ahead of a major leadership reshuffle at this fall's 19th Communist Party Congress.
South Korean firms are being squeezed in China, in suspected retaliation for Seoul's deployment of a U.S. missile defence system.
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Clemens Fuest, president, ifo Institute, says coalition government talks in Germany could lead to a government that would seek tax cuts for the middle class.
Grace Wu, senior director, Financial Institutions, Fitch Ratings, said second-tier banks in China are one corner to watch as the country attempts to curb credit growth and deleverage.
Xavier Desaulles, CEO, Club Med East and South Asia Pacific (ESAP), says the company retains its family focus for e new Club Med in Vietnam outside of Ho Chi Minh.