The militants have been financing operations through the sale of meth, says Carlos Dominguez III, finance secretary of the Philippines.
The firebrand leader wants to reduce poverty through massive infrastructure spending, says Carlos Dominguez III, finance secretary of the Philippines.
Japan's current account surplus will continue to weight down on the dollar/yen, says Joseph Capurso, currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Over the next two years, it will be harder for the EU to maintain an unified position, says Stefan Auer from the University of Hong Kong.
Richard Liu, founder and CEO of JD.com, says in each village there's a delivery man who receives parcels via drones and delivers them to end users.
It's a tough call even after China addressed concerns of capital mobility and suspension rules, says Adrian Zuercher from UBS.
It summarizes China's policy stance by incorporating data from the exchange rate, interest rate and total social financing, says Helen Qiao from BAML.
JGBs have ceased becoming an investment asset from a retail, or private bank, perspective, says John Woods, APAC CIO at Credit Suisse.
Gabriel Makhlouf, secretary at the New Zealand Treasury, says infrastructure investment will be important for the entire region.
While One Belt, One Road is a domestic effort from China, AIIB is a global initiative covering the entire world, says CFO Thierry De Longuemar.
Thierry De Longuemar, CFO at AIIB, says with more members on board, there will be a re-balancing between regional and non-regional shareholders.
Alistair Elliott from Knight Frank says passing of the Brexit vote and the U.S. election in 2016 appears to have restored confidence in the U.K. market.
Investors could be moving out of some of the big, mega-cap tech names and into other areas of the economy, says Paul Dietrich from Fairfax Global Markets.
Australia added 42,000 jobs in May, flying past than the 10,000 jobs estimated, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday.
Commercial activity has been strong, but the Hong Kong residential property market is most vulnerable to rate hikes, says Sigrid Zialcita, Cushman & Wakefield.
42,000 new jobs were created in Australia in May compared to the 10,000 forecast. Steven Milch, chief economist at Suncorp, weighs in.
The Fed rate hike is unlikely to have a meaningful impact on Asian markets as global exports recover, says Sarah Lien, Eastspring Investments.
U.K. PM Theresa May has yet to reach an agreement with DUP, says Robert Rohrschneider from the University of Kansas.
The PBOC will not necessarily follow the Fed's rate hike as China seeks stability ahead of a leadership reshuffle this fall, observers said.
Don Panoz, founder of Mylan, talks to CNBC exclusively about how electric race cars can be designed to be just as efficient on the track.