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Major markets in Asia Pacific traded higher on Monday, following a volatile last week for global markets as growing trade war fears dented investor sentiment. Markets in Japan, India and Singapore were closed for public holidays.
Activists point to New Zealand, UK and Australian gun control laws, but experts say their examples are hard for the USA to emulate.
It may sound obvious, but, according to Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin, founder and CEO of Australian start-up accelerator BlueChilli, most people overlook it.
Singaporean, Chinese and Indian universities dominate the top ranks of the region's ultra-wealthy alumni, according to a new report.
In just three years, payments platform Airwallex has achieved much-coveted unicorn status, completing the company's transformation from a humble coffee shop.
The World Test Championship has been a long-term ambition of the ICC in order to preserve the traditional format of the game.
The European Commission will remove some market access rights from five countries this week in a move that could affect the UK after Brexit, the Financial Times reported.
Snapask's on-demand tutoring app matches students with qualified tutors for one-on-one question-and-answer sessions.
Co-living is one of the industry's top trends, according to a 2018 survey from commercial real estate firm CBRE Group.
Adam Gilmour from Gilmour Space Technologies says private companies are looking to launch thousands of small satellites into space that can provide high-speed broadband anywhere on the planet.
Shares of Anheuser-Busch InBev jumped Friday morning after the company confirmed the sale of its Australian business, a week after it called off the initial public offering of its Asian business.
North Korea released and deported an Australian student after a week of detention for alleged espionage and spying.
Switzerland has been ranked the best place in the world to live and work, stealing the crown from Singapore which was at the top for five consecutive years.
Sreeram Iyer, chief operating officer for institutional business at ANZ, said "it was quite hard to find adequately mature fintechs" a few years ago.
Indonesian Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita said all 16 countries negotiating a mega Asia-Pacific trade agreement should remain in the framework.
India's reluctance to open up its markets has been a sticking point as Asia Pacific countries negotiate the RCEP mega trade pact.
Central bankers around the world say Facebook should expect regulatory questions over its new cryptocurrency.
The U.S. will maintain its oil production — or even ramp it up higher — despite low energy prices, Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette said Wednesday.
Gary Shapiro of the Consumer Technology Association called tariffs an "economic fence" and said they are "not a good strategy" to deal with China.
Australia is calling for calm as the trade war between Washington and Beijing rages on, appearing like there's no end in sight.