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Asia markets traded higher across the board, taking cues from Wall Street overnight, while the dollar fell against a basket of currencies.
The U.S. department of Treasury announced Tuesday new sanctions meant to curb North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
Apple supplier Foxconn has been illegally employing students to work overtime to assemble the iPhone X, the Financial Times reports.
Beijing says it will stop illegal capital from moving into real estate.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declared the end of the so-called Islamic State militant group Tuesday.
Washington's designation of North Korea as a terrorist state sends mixed messages about the commitment to diplomacy, experts said.
India's fiscal deficit is expected to be larger than the official target of 3.2 percent to GDP this fiscal year.
SoftBank's investment in Uber opens up the possibility of combining it with other ride-hailing assets the Japanese group owns, industry sources say.
The net neutrality rules prevent internet service providers from meddling with the speed and accessibility of digital content.
Asia markets rose on Tuesday, following a lead from Wall Street, while the dollar slipped against a basket of currencies.
"Payback was unavoidable," for past behavior perceived as anti-China, state media says.
Gold prices are likely to be buoyed by the "new normal" of elevated geopolitical tensions over the coming years, Citi analysts said Monday.
But no sign of an imminent nuclear test has been detected, added South Korea's spy agency.
Alibaba said on Monday that it will invest $2.87 billion for a major stake in China's top hypermart operator.
More Indians support military rule — a potential indicator that nationalist politics are evolving in the world's largest democracy.
Asia markets traded mixed, following a decline in U.S. stocks on Friday amid concerns over tax reform.
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Thailand's strong fundamentals will cushion the impact of oil price hikes, says the country's Vice Minister for Finance, Kiatchai Sophastienphong.
Ross Smyth-Kirk, chairman of Kingsgate Consolidated, says it is "audacious" that Metal Tiger is trying to "steal" the firm's assets while owning just a small stake.
Kingsgate Consolidated should not be blamed for its troubles in Thailand, which arose from "a whole lot of lies," says Ross Smyth-Kirk, the firm's chairman.