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Chinese box office revenue is expected to grow more than three times the pace of last year, thanks to Hollywood-style blockbusters.
An unprecedented public feud between Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his siblings took another unexpected twist on Friday.
Drug policy advisers believe a binding referendum will be held by 2020.
The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area development is set to become the economic powerhouse driving 21st Century China's growth.
Pollution kills at least 9 million people every year and “threatens the continuing survival of human societies,” according to a new study.
Jabil Inc., which runs the Green Point factory in Wuxi city, maintains that only 20 to 40 employees were actually protesting.
Focus on the new line-up of Chinse leaders in various financial institutions, said the International Monetary Fund's former head for China.
Senators Ted Cruz and Patrick Leahy wrote to Tim Cook, demanding answers after Apple took down VPN apps in China.
Asian shares closed up on Friday even though stocks on Wall Street wobbled and European stocks stumbled overnight.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong shed light on the delicate balance his country has to maintain between the U.S. and China.
Citizens of the city-state want to lead their own lives, but they expect much of the government, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells CNBC.
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addressed the public criticism from his siblings in a Thursday interview with CNBC.
Ongoing North Korea tensions carry long-term consequences for the region, Singapore's prime minister told CNBC on Thursday.
Labour and New Zealand First favor greater restrictions on migration and trade.
As retirees approach their golden years, the reality of how much their mandatory pension will pay out starts to bite.
China will fend off risks from excessive optimism that could lead to a "Minsky Moment," central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said.
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Gerald Curtis, professor, Columbia University, says Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe still needs to convince voters he can bring wider changes to issues like education and health care even after his snap poll win.
The U.S. still wants to be part of the conversation of climate change and is looking for the best possible deal for Americans, says John McCarrick of the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Energy Resources.
Legislation for labor market reforms, including a cap on long office hours, could be proposed at the next parliament session, says Jun Saito at the Japan Center for Economic Research.