Regional Summit Suffers From India-Pakistan Rivalry
November 26 2014 3:59 AM EST
Members of the SAARC regional bloc are unlikely to make substantial progress on trade amid tensions on the subcontinent.
24 Dead After Coal Mine Fire In China
November 25 2014 9:16 PM EST
Twenty-four workers are dead and 52 are injured after a fire raged through a coal mine in China.
India, US Find Common Ground On Trade After WTO Truce
November 25 2014 8:44 AM EST
Tuesday’s talks between the two countries focused on agriculture, services, manufacturing and intellectual property.
Housing Lottery In India's Capital May Not Solve Underlying Problem
November 25 2014 2:46 AM EST
New Delhi is allotting 25,000 new apartments to would-be buyers but it might not solve the city's housing problems.
US Wants To 'Step Up' Trade Dialogue With India
November 24 2014 6:43 AM EST
In recent days, the two countries have taken significant steps to mend relations with each other.
China’s Interest-Rate Cut Likely To Pinch Bank Profitability
November 22 2014 1:51 PM EST
China’s midsize banks are already suffering from higher rates of bad loans and a slowdown in profit growth.
What China's Rate Cut Means For Global Economy
November 21 2014 5:32 PM EST
Any real benefit to China's economy will probably be the result of factors outside the country.
Can Modi Push India's Agenda At SAARC Summit?
November 21 2014 7:53 AM EST
As Modi prepares for his maiden SAARC summit, the future of the three-decade old bloc remains hostage to the India-Pakistan relationship.
China Surprises With Interest Rate Cut To Spur Growth
November 21 2014 7:31 AM EST
A few weeks ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping had assured global business leaders that the risks faced by China's economy were "not so scary."
China's Pollution Solution? Relocate It
November 20 2014 1:47 PM EST
China hopes to meet its pollution cap targets by sending big polluters overseas.
Japan Exports Grow Strongly In October, Cutting Economic Gloom
November 19 2014 11:42 PM EST
Exports to Asia, which account for more than half of Japanese shipments, picked up to 10.5 percent in October from a year earlier.
India To Restrict Tariffs On Captive Thermal Power
November 19 2014 8:33 AM EST
The tariff caps are designed to limit producers passing on the extra cost of power used in the production of materials like cement and steel.
India, Israel Look To Establish Deeper, Open Ties
November 19 2014 3:00 AM EST
India has an annual trade volume of about $5 billion with Israel, and officials see this figure doubling with a free trade agreement.
BOJ Stands Firm On Rates, Outlook Despite Grim GDP
November 19 2014 12:23 AM EST
On Monday, data showed that the world's third-largest economy unexpectedly slipped into recession in the third quarter.
Dow, S&P Close At Record Highs Before BOJ Meeting
November 18 2014 6:05 PM EST
The Dow, S&P 500 hit record closing highs Tuesday ahead of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy statement.
Japan's Recession Could Hurt China More Than US
November 18 2014 4:15 PM EST
Japan’s recession will affect how much Americans pay for Japanese technology products and automobiles, but it could hurt China more.
Graying Population Part Of Reason Behind Japanese Recession
November 18 2014 11:43 AM EST
An aging population could be part of the reason monetary stimulus has been so ineffective in Japan.
Australian, Indian Leaders Target Free Trade Pact
November 18 2014 4:59 AM EST
Trade between Australia and India stands at around $15 billion a year, or just a tenth of that between Australia and China.
Cameron Warns Of Impending Global Financial Crisis
November 17 2014 11:04 AM EST
The British prime minister sees a “dangerous backdrop of instability" that could lead to another global recession.
Australia, China Agree On Landmark Free Trade Deal
November 17 2014 4:53 AM EST
Australia is trying to reduce its reliance on mineral exports, and expand its food and agricultural exports to a growing Asian middle class.