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Some long-term strategic investors are finding value in markets like China and India despite trade war escalation and rising interest rates, but asset prices could fall further based on sentiment alone.
News of Ola's entry into New Zealand highlights the firm's latest challenge to rival taxi-hailing app Uber.
India is a country renowned for its bustling tech start-up scene. But it's the hospitality industry that's making waves with workers, according to LinkedIn's list of top start-ups in India to work for in 2018.
The study has identified which farmers will win or lose as the planet warms.
He beat former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, who held the top spot for three years.
Mark Zuckerberg began the year by promising to make Facebook safer from election interference around the world. He has spent most of the rest of the year apologizing for not recognizing the problem earlier.
High levels of unmet demand across almost all industries means India offers huge opportunities for investment, according to Anita George, executive vice-president of Strategic Partnership - Growth Markets at CDPQ INDIA.
Traders Josh Brown, Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link discuss the whether you should buy into emerging markets, which have been performing poorly for months. CNBC's Jim Cramer doesn't believe anyone should buy into emerging markets, but Brown and Link disagree.
As the world's third-largest oil importer and the second-largest buyer of Iranian crude after China, complying with U.S. sanctions will require India to find new sources of crude at a higher cost.
Experts predict issues pertaining to the rise of Chinese influence, sanctions on iranian oil and India's plan to build a deep water port in Afghanistan to be some the salient geopolitical concerns addressed during the ministerial meeting on Thursday between India and China.
The country has a strong data protection bill but recent moves, including a leaked e-commerce draft policy, imply the efforts are more for expanding state control instead of protecting user rights, says Amba Kak from Mozilla.
This summer's box-office hit "Crazy Rich Asians" highlighted a wider wealth trend across the region, according to a new Wealth-X report.
Security issues and China are set to dominate U.S.-India talks this week, Alyssa Ayres, senior fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations, told CNBC.
Egypt is in recovery mode more than seven years after its 2011 revolution sent the economy spiraling. But the austerity measures behind this growth have led to sharply increased living costs for ordinary Egyptians and deepening social discontent.
Emerging markets succumbed to a sell-off again on Tuesday, with currencies tumbling across the board — some to new record lows.
The U.S. firm will partner with a subsidiary of the Indian conglomerate Tata Group.