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EHang co-founder said the company is moving into other commercial areas that can use drones.
Four Huawei customers were recognized for their outstanding Smart City achievements at the prestigious Smart City Expo World Congress 2017
Adrian Orr, currently serving as the deputy governor of the RBNZ, will takeover as governor on March 27, 2018.
More than 10,000 German citizens had been contacted on LinkedIn by fake profiles from China, according to Germany's BfV.
Japanese instant noodles maker Nissin Foods will focus on selling premium products to the increasingly health-conscious Chinese consumers.
Malaysia is ready to send troops to Jerusalem as violence escalated in the region.
Samsung Heavy Industries named Joonou Nam as its new CEO after Park Dae-young resigned to take responsibility for the firm's losses.
Natural rubber prices are hovering near record lows, but Singapore-headquartered Halcyon Agri is looking to rectify the problem.
Asian indexes were slightly higher in Monday trade, with bitcoin prices rising as futures of the cryptocurrency began trade.
The U.S., Japan and South Korea will hold two days of missile tracking drills starting on Monday.
China is looking to deploy nuclear power to provide reliable winter heating, raising public safety concerns.
Arab foreign ministers late urged the U.S. to abandon its decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
"Long term, directionally, it is a multitrillion-dollar asset," bitcoin investor Cameron Winklevoss told CNBC.
Uber and a woman who accused top execs of improperly obtaining her records after a driver raped her have agreed to settle a lawsuit.
Bitcoin mania could prompt some of the world's largest oil-producing countries to make a move against the dollar, according to one commodity analyst.
China is the largest source of international students for the University of California, with nearly 20,000 Chinese enrolled in 2016.
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Mark Matthews, head of research for Asia at Bank Julius Baer, says the US yield curve bears watching, but it is some way from levels that would draw deep concern.
Vivek Vaidya, vice president for automotive at Frost & Sullivan, says Uber's legal troubles in London point to a need to better understand markets outside of the U.S.
David Forrester, strategist at Credit Agricole, says Fed members may show different views on inflation prospects in the US.