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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.
Government, financial institutions and entrepreneurs are collaborating to make Hong Kong a breeding ground for fintech start-ups.
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.
China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said he is likely to retire soon, confirming an earlier Reuters report.
The once-celebrated Indian start-up industry may be a deflating bubble.
China reported third-quarter GDP figures on Thursday.
Major indexes in Asia closed mixed on Thursday as investors digested a barrage of economic data releases out of China.
More than 40 lawmakers urged the Trump administration on Wednesday to reimpose U.S. travel bans on Myanmar's military leaders.
The Chinese president is consolidating power at a "very consequential" time, says ex-U.S. diplomat Nicholas Burns.
Clinton also called on China to take a "more outfront role" in enforcing sanctions against North Korea.
Iraq's oil ministry urged BP to help develop oilfields in the disputed city of Kirkuk on Wednesday.
President Xi Jinping said China supports an open world economy and pledged further opening of its market to foreign investors.
U.K.-based InterContinental Hotels announced it is planning to bring two hotel brands to China and Asia Pacific.
Analysts said its obvious what India's troubled banks most need — but it's unlikely the government will give it.
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Michael Cucek, adjunct professor at Temple University Japan, says Japan's proportional voting system could send a message on the depth of support for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's coalition.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong says there are no "basic conflicts" in the country's relationship with China in comments that follow a state visit to meet President Xi Jinping about a month ago.
David Schiegoleit, senior vice president and MD, U.S. Bank Private Wealth Management, says U.S. large cap stocks valuations are looking stretched and it's time to look at small caps.