A high speed train service linking Hong Kong to southern China gets started on Sunday. Officials see it as a major breakthrough in convenience with important economic benefits, while critics in Hong Kong say it marks an erosion of its autonomy. » Read More
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may be forced to make some trade compromises when he meets U.S. President Donald Trump in New York next week. » Read More
Washington "will likely be unimpressed by the specifics announced in Pyongyang, which means the hard work remains for the U.S. negotiators," according to the Center for Strategic and International Studies. » Read More
Escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China could force emerging markets to implement structural reforms, according Suyi Kim, head of Asia Pacific at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. » Read More
The deadline reflects a commitment from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, according to Pompeo.
The United States needs to determine how to accommodate China as a rising power in the Asia-Pacific region, even if a declining U.S. presence there reduces stability, according to an expert.
China must embrace local stakeholders to improve the image of its Belt and Road Initiative, a panel of experts at the Milken Asia Summit said on Thursday.
Recent partnerships between Beijing and Moscow belie the rivalry that defines their relationship, political strategists warn.
Malaysian Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng acknowledged that his country "hope(s) the trade war would fizzle out because it's not good for the global economy and what's not good for the global economy is not good for Malaysia in the long term."
U.S. citizen Chan-Mo Park is the chancellor at Pyongyang University of Science and Technology but with a travel ban in place, he hasn't been allowed into the country to do his job for a year.
Malaysian opposition icon Anwar Ibrahim says he is confident his country can rid itself of corruption in the wake of a multibillion dollar financial scandal.
Sri Lanka is building longer term financial stability by diversifying its exports beyond tea and apparel and into higher-value goods and services, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe told CNBC.
President Donald Trump has said he's ready to erect tariffs on more than $500 billion worth of Chinese imports to the United States.
The Tuesday announcement said seven projects worth $4.6 billion have already been implemented as a result of work by the China-Russia group.
Eric Fishwick, CLSA's head of economic research, said the U.S.-China trade war may well encourage Beijing to build its political and economic influence.
Some economists see prolonged tensions in trade relations between the U.S. and China, as others say America's trade deficit problem is "multilateral."
The threat of auto tariffs is back on the agenda, and Japan could be President Donald Trump's new "number one target," according to one expert.
Experts predict issues pertaining to the rise of Chinese influence, sanctions on iranian oil and India's plan to build a deep water port in Afghanistan to be some the salient geopolitical concerns addressed during the ministerial meeting on Thursday between India and China.
The Chinese yuan will likely end the year at 6.95 to the U.S. dollar, according to the median of 31 forecasts in a CNBC survey.
BlackRock Vice Chairman Philipp Hildebrand also describes the Federal Reserve's pace of credit tightening as "healthy" and "necessary."