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A billionaire who disappeared from his hotel over the Lunar New Year is on the mainland and "assisting investigations," the SCMP reports.
Apple's fiscal first quarter results showed a bit of stabilization in China and "record revenues" in India, according to CEO Tim Cook.
Former U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon, once considered front-runner to be the next South Korean president, ruled out a run for the job on Wednesday.
Scaramucci has been in limbo for more than a week since he agreed to sell his investment firm to a subsidiary of the Chinese conglomerate, HNA Group.
India is a "bright spot" in the world economy, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.
The U.S. will apply "extreme vetting" to up to 1,250 asylum seekers it has agreed to resettle as part of an agreement with Australia.
One year ago today, the WHO declared Zika an international public health emergency and global infections are still on the rise.
China's official January manufacturing PMI indicated continued expansion, as the mainland economy shows signs of stabilizing.
Philippine property may face a slowdown despite the country managing one of the world's fastest economic growth rates. Analysts blame Trump.
Business confidence in India has slipped to a one-year low due to the demonetization drive introduced by Prime Minister Modi in November.
Toshiba will halt its nuclear construction ambitions after its Westinghouse unit incurred large losses, according to the WSJ.
Nintendo's third-quarter numbers showed Nintendo's foray into mobile gaming with "Pokemon Go" is working, analysts said.
Uncertainty looms for one start-up after raising $25 million to expand from London to the U.S, following Trump's immigration ban.
The Bank of Japan raised its economic growth forecasts, but kept its policy unchanged, as was widely expected.
The U.K. government has set out new plans to invest in some of the world’s poorest countries in a bid to secure trading partners of the future.
Chinese companies are likely to slow cross-border mergers and acquisitions in 2017, S&P says.
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.
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Marcel Thieliant, senior Japan economist, Capital Economics, said if PM Shinzo Abe calls a snap election this year, implementation of a sales tax next year would be easier if his party does well.
Nicolas Aguzin, CEO of J.P. Morgan Asia Pacific, addresses deleveraging in Chinese corporates and says he doesn't expect a lot of change out of the 19th party congress.
Robert Stheeman, chief executive, UK Debt Management Office, says demand for British sovereign debt remains strong even as Brexit sparks investor queries.