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Indian and Chinese soldiers were involved in an altercation in the western Himalayas on Tuesday, Indian sources said.
Most Asian shares closed higher on Wednesday as investors digested earnings releases from regional corporates and resurgence in the dollar.
Radio stations in Guam accidentally broadcast an emergency civil danger warning on Tuesday, prompting residents of the U.S. pacific territory to fear the worst after a week of military threats from North Korea.
An investigation into social media platforms could be a means for President Xi Jinping to tighten censorship ahead of a key political event.
Regulators in the Philippines ordered Uber to cease and desist its operations after suspending its accreditation for a month.
Australian fast-food chain Domino's Pizza Enterprises missed full-year profit expectations Tuesday, sending shares to a near two-year low.
Indonesia posted its first trade deficit since late 2015 in July, as imports surged more than exports did, the statistics bureau said on Tuesday.
The Philippines' peso has tumbled to fresh 11-year lows, but the country's policy makers said that heralded good tidings.
The global push among carmakers to make lighter vehicles is leading some auto suppliers in Japan to turn to using wood.
South Korean President President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday promised to prevent military action on the Korean peninsula "by all means."
China's Ministry of Commerce insists that the country has made progress in protecting intellectual property.
Equities in Asia closed higher on Tuesday, with markets benefiting from Wall Street's strong lead and subsiding risk aversion.
Trump's order to investigate supposedly unfair Chinese trade practices will "poison" relations between the two countries, a Chinese state-run newspaper said.
Tensions on the Korean peninsula eased slightly on Monday as South Korea's president said resolving Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions must be done peacefully and key U.S. officials played down the risk of an imminent war with North Korea.
Artificial intelligence could benefit countries that have a shortage of a young workers.
North Korea's nuclear aggression buys the country billions in aid money, according to Tufts University professor Sung-Yoon Lee.
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Mid-sized cities with developed economies and low population densities performed well in the index, says Stefano Scuratti of EIU Consulting.
China is making incremental progress in trimming and restructuring debt obligations, but the aggregate amount remains a concern, Clive McDonnell, head of Equity Strategy, Standard Chartered Private Bank.
Items within the trade agreement, such as terms about services, need to be updated, says Stewart Beck, CEO of Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.