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Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Xiaomi is a "very energetic" company and is likely to focus on growth in emerging markets such as India.
India is the world's third-largest oil consumer, and sources about 86 percent of its crude oil and 75 percent of its natural gas from OPEC countries.
A $2 billion fraud at India's Punjab National Bank may have been orchestrated by a few rogue employees, but it escaped detection because of widespread risk-control and monitoring lapses in many areas of the bank, an internal report said.
David Wilson of Capgemini Financial Services says China, Japan and India all showed solid gains among high net worth individuals in 2017, led by stock market rallies and diversified investments.
Elon Musk has a history of discussing strategic plans on Twitter and, in a recent comment, seemed to hand control of the electric-car company's India strategy to CFO Deepak Ahuja.
SoftBank Group has decided to invest $60 billion-$100 billion in a solar power project in India, Japanese public broadcaster NHK reported on Friday.
State-run Chinese newspapers crowed about a weekend meeting of a regional security bloc hosted by China, painting it as a harmonious, anti-protectionist counterpoint to the G-7 summit in Canada that was marred by acrimony.
Uber and Lyft each want to be the all-encompassing transportation platform of the future, shepherding people around the world through whatever means is best suited.
The cluster of tiny atolls is viewed as politically drifting away from Delhi and toward Beijing.
William Courtney of the RAND Corporation says China and Russia have some mutual interests but "too much jealousy" exists between the two countries to call their partnership an alliance.
Consumers in India will spend $32.7 billion shopping online this year, a 31 percent increase on last year's figure, according to eMarketer.
Charu Chanana of Continuum Economics says the Reserve Bank of India had to make a "pre-emptive move" to raise rates for the first time in four years as inflation pressures from higher oil prices grow.
While higher oil prices were a factor for the Reserve Bank of India's rate hike, more increases ahead will be linked to strong economic growth and pressure on core inflation, says Shilan Shah of Capital Economics.
Sean Taylor of DWS says concerns over trade and economic policies globally could weigh on emerging market currencies in particular.
Bangkok is up next, potentially followed by Manila and Kuala Lumpur, according to a manager at the company.
Radhika Rao of DBS says the Reserve Bank of India may move to hike interest rates today at its policy meeting to make a preventive move on inflation.