While the company's systems were shut down to stop the virus from spreading, the physical flow of goods was unaffected, says Robbert van Trooijen of Maersk Line.
Tang King Shing, vice chairman of Hong Kong Airlines, talks about the airline's plans to go from a regional carrier to an international one.
Wei Jianguo, former vice minister of commerce in China, says other countries were given greater confidence when China chose not to devalue the yuan in 1997.
World leaders are keen to avoid singling the U.S. out as being non-cooperative as they tackle climate change, says Fariborz Moshirian, UNSW Business School.
Jason Browne, CIO of FundX Investment Group, weighs in on the state of U.S. markets before the release of U.S. nonfarm payrolls data for June.
As Hong Kong interest rates rise, tracking U.S. interest rate hikes, the property market will be affected, says Andrew Freris of Ecognosis Advisory.
LeEco founder Jia Yueting has resigned as chairman of the embattled technology company a day after pledging to repay all debts. CNBC's Sophia Yan reports.
Virgin Australia has made a play for the lucrative Chinese tourist market, adding new flights between Hong Kong and Down Under.
Despite Moody's downgrading the outlook for its sovereign credit, Raghavan Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank, claims Qatar is macro-economically resilient.
The three main economies that were hit in Asia were South Korea, Thailand and Indonesia, says Andrew Freris of Ecognosis Advisory.
Anthony Lau of the Hong Kong Tourism Board tells CNBC about how the city is encouraging more Australian tourists to visit.
Most Asian markets lost ground on Thursday despite the mostly stronger close stateside, as oil prices wobbled.
China's newly-launched bond connect won't outshine Chinese equity markets, where IPO activity has been "booming," consultancy EY said.
President Trump may be talking tough on trade, pulling the U.S. out of the TPP, but most of the rest of the world is pushing ahead.
Soaring debt levels in China are a serious concern as the fallout will hit everyone else, said a former IMF economist on Thursday.
John Borghetti, CEO of Virgin Australia, says the airline is focusing on introducing daily flights on its newly-launched Melbourne-Hong Kong route.
Johan Jooste, CIO of Bank of Singapore, weighs in on the interest rate path the Federal Reserve will take given the state of the U.S. economy.
Ringo Choi, Asia-Pacific IPO leader at EY, says China has been accelerating listings in the country as it works on reducing its IPO pipeline.
Every country that has implemented a rigidly fixed exchange rates has had the policy blow up for them, says Kenneth Rogoff, professor at Harvard University.
The Federal Reserve and other central banks have embarked on gradually normalizing policy, says Michael O' Sullivan, CIO of Credit Suisse International WM.