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"In the short term, for the next couple of years, [an IPO] is not something we are looking at very seriously," said the managing director and group CEO of Petronas Lubricants International said.
Tencent Holdings saw its shares fall after the company's largest shareholder said it would lower its stake for the first time in 17 years.
The European Union, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, South Korea, Canada and Mexico will get initial exemptions from looming steel and aluminum tariffs from the Trump administration.
The threat of a looming trade war has brought uncertainty into the Thai stock market, an executive at the Stock Exchange of Thailand said.
"Rightly or wrongly, many Chinese are likely to interpret the Quad efforts and U.S. freedom of navigation operations in terms of new gunboat diplomacy."
Chinese President Xi Jinping's administration "is trying to be very cautious," says a former assistant U.S. Trade Representative official.
U.S. President Donald Trump's choice of John Bolton to replace H.R. McMaster as national security advisor replaces a restraining influence in the president's inner circle with a dedicated hawk.
The United States will deploy a record number of Marines to train in Australia as Washington seeks to counter what it describes as Chinese aggression in the region, Australian Defence Minister Marise Payne said.
Wynn Resorts' former CEO Steve Wynn no longer holds a stake in the company after agreeing to sell all his remaining 8 million shares in privately negotiated transactions.
Beneath cobalt-blue skies, an ancient Buddhist kingdom at the rooftop of India is revealing its riches to the world.
Asian markets closed sharply lower on Friday after global stocks took a hit on the back of fears of a potential trade war.
But Credit Suisse's newest Emerging Consumer Survey found the percentage of financial assets that Indian households own is still relatively low.
The livestock industry is a global sustainability crisis that many overlook, according to a start-up focused on tackling climate change and global food insecurity.
Credit Suisse Global Chief Investment Officer Michael Strobaek said investors should see February's market jitters as a wake-up call that some risks still exist in an otherwise strong economy.
Major Australian insurer QBE will look to continue expanding in North America and Asia, even though it has struggled for success in those regions, the company's group CEO said.
The resignation of Myanmar President Htin Kyaw raises concerns about the country's leadership, said one expert.
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Talks between the U.K. and the EU appear to show a way forward on Brexit, and that may flow into united views on Russia, says Cedomir Nestorovic of the ESSEC Business School.
By calling for tariffs ahead of talks, the U.S. has narrowed the window to resolve trade issues with China, says Deborah Elms of the Asian Trade Center.
The Trump administration may be looking at domestic politics in its moves on tariffs, says Gareth Nicholson of the Bank of Singapore.