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Rising tensions between Pyongyang and Washington are sounding the alarm about miscalculation risks on both sides, according to experts.
North Korea may undertake more nuclear activity as early as Saturday in response to Washington's newfound aggressive stance on the rogue nation.
Japan's PD Aerospace and China's Kuang-Chi Science among Asia's homegrown private sector firms offering spaceflight services to civilians.
Bitcoin prices have risen nearly $100 in the past week.
North Korea's submarine threat is creating a nightmare scenario for Japan and South Korea.
A nuclear attack threat from a North Korean submarine is one of the nightmare scenarios for Japan and Korea.
Japan's Toshiba Corp filed twice-delayed business results on Tuesday without an endorsement from its auditor, increasing the likelihood that the nuclear-to-TVs conglomerate will be delisted.
Cocoa Motors invents a laptop-sized personal transportation device that can fit in your bag.
Asia's third-largest economy has more than doubled maternity leave for the private sector but the new law could do more harm than good.
Spain, France and Germany were ranked the world's most tourist-friendly countries this year, according to the World Economic Forum.
Chikatomo Hodo, chairman of Accenture Japan, says mindsets are slowly changing among Japanese towards new ideas, such as start-ups and innovation.
Emerging Asia continues to drive global growth but it must ramp up productivity to graduate to high-income status, the Asian Development Bank warned.
The Bank of Japan's ETF purchases account for only about 2-3 percent of total asset buying, says Tokyo Stock Exchange CEO Koichiro Miyahara.
The deployment of THAAD in South Korea could force China to act on North Korea, according to former CIA Director Michael Hayden.
China has been escalating its military activity in Japan's airspace, and Japan has doubled its fighter jet intercepts in response.
Nobuo Tanaka, chairman of the Gastech Japan 2017 Consortium, says governments need to take the lead on nuclear power generation.
Nobuo Tanaka, chairman of the Gastech Japan 2017 Consortium, says demand for LNG will decline as reactors come back online but the degree of change remains to be seen.
Japanese companies expect consumer prices to rise 0.7 percent a year from now, unchanged from their projection three months ago.
The US president warned the US could take unilateral action to eliminate North Korea's nuclear threat.
Kieran Calder, Union Bancaire Privée, says the yen will be less of a headwind in the year ahead for the Japanese economy.