The growing likelihood of even a limited trade deal between China and the United States combined with a ramp-up in stimulus by Beijing are making some experts increasingly optimistic about prospects for the world's second-largest economy this year. » Read More
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In recent months, countries such as Pakistan, Malaysia, Myanmar and Sierra Leone have either canceled or backed away from previously negotiated commitments to the Belt and Road Initiative. » Read More
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BeIN Sports has accused the rival broadcaster of brazenly stealing its sports content. » Read More
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A U.K. withdrawal from the European bloc without trade agreements could spell trouble for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, said former Irish Prime Minister John Bruton. » Read More
Singapore's exports recorded their worst decline in more than two years in December as shipments of electronics and pharmaceuticals plunged, official data showed on Thursday.
A decades-old way of categorizing and analyzing Asian economies and equities that puts Japan in a class of its own is fast losing relevance, experts said.
A rising risk of political confrontations between major powers is hindering solutions to challenges like climate change and cyberattacks, a new report by the World Economic Forum said Wednesday.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is hoping for an election, but some Labour politicians believe a second referendum could be more likely.
Chinese automaker GAC Motor, which originally planned to start selling vehicles in the U.S. by late 2019, says it now plans to begin sales in first half of 2020.
Jose Munoz, who had been a contender as Nissan CEO, has resigned after the company put him on leave and reassigned him to work on an internal investigation.
Malaysian Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said Monday that the $7.5 billion the country is seeking from U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs over the 1MDB scandal is an "extremely reasonable" amount.
"Sadly, this is a prolonged period of uncertainty both for investors and the economy but also for the political system," the British politician told CNBC.
Chinese tech giant Huawei told The Wall Street Journal that it fired sales director Wang Weijing.
The nuclear-armed nation is seeking millions in foreign investments, and experts say China's Belt and Road project offers the perfect answer to those needs.
VP Bank's Felix Brill said investors should expect more market volatility due to the ongoing U.S.-China trade war negotiations. Still, he ultimately expressed optimism that China's leaders will keep their economy together.
Japanese automaker Nissan Motor has terminated the lease to ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn's luxury apartment in Tokyo, Ghosn's legal team said on Friday.
Major indexes in Japan, South Korea Hong Kong and China traded up as the Dow and S&P 500 notched gains overnight that put them on a five-day winning streak.
Coca-Cola has led efforts by American junk food companies, including PepsiCo, Nestle and McDonald's, to quietly shape China's nutrition policy to favor exercise over healthier eating in curbing the nation's obesity problem, new research shows.
The ongoing U.S.-China trade war is weighing on Chinese toy exporters. They cite uncertainty, the impact of tariffs already placed on some electronics and supply chain headaches as negotiators work to forge a deal ahead of a March deadline.
The world's largest economy has traditionally chosen World Bank leaders.
Medha Samant of Fidelity International explains why she says China is not disadvantaged in its trade war with the U.S.
China doubled its Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor quota from $150 billion to $300 billion. Chantal Grinderslev of Z-Ben Advisors weighs in, noting that this move was "not demand driven."
John Vail of Nikko Asset Management says he expects the Bank of Japan to continue to keep interest rates negative.