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South Korea says it hopes North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's trip to China will act as a "stepping stone" for a second summit between Kim and President Donald Trump.
Chinese purchases of US firms totaled $3 billion during 2018, according to media firm Mergermarket.
What might seem like a crisis averted in Sri Lankan politics is far from being over and investors may be underestimating the level of uncertainty that currently prevails in the country, an expert told CNBC.
Washington's troop reduction in Afghanistan could embolden the Taliban, which could have spillover effects on Pakistan and Kashmir. That's bad news for New Delhi.
Britain's defense minister has reportedly voiced "grave" concerns over the use of Huawei equipment in the U.K.'s 5G network.
The changing nature of U.S.-China relationship means that many countries may eventually be forced to take sides.
China is considering changing its regulation regarding foreign businesses' intellectual property rights, according to a draft law reviewed by a legislating body on Saturday, local news outlet Caixin said in a report.
Suspicions that China's Belt and Road Initiative serves as a tool to project Chinese power across the globe were reinforced last week with a new report.
A coordinated offensive against Chinese cyber-espionage from the United States and its allies shows a different approach to countering what they call theft of commercial and government secrets.
Japan faces less micro and macro economic issues compared to the U.S., Europe and China — and could end up being one of the best bets in 2019, says Viktor Shvets of Macquarie.
A U.S. military assessment found that North Korea is still evading U.N. sanctions by transferring oil at sea, and that a coalition of U.S.-led forces deployed to disrupt the movements has failed to dent the overall number of illegal transfers.
Japanese mobile carrier SoftBank will be replacing hardware from Huawei Technologies in its 4G telecommunications network infrastructure in the next few years, Nikkei Asian Review reported on Thursday.
Japan's newly loosened immigration rules are a step in the right direction, but they may still be insufficient to mitigate the nation's dwindling workforce, economists warn.
China is preparing to replace its Made in China 2025 policy with a new program designed to allow foreign companies greater participation in its economy, according to The Wall Street Journal.
China is likely to speed up projects in its ambitious Belt and Road program amid trade tensions with the United States, Citi said in a report, with Chinese construction, transportation, mining and finance companies poised to benefit.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission published a report on Monday based on its investigation into the influence of U.S. tech giants.