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A worker walks past almost completed train cars at an assembly plant of the Tangshan Railway Vehicle Co. Ltd. (TRC) which is a subsidiary of the China Northern Locomotive and Rolling Stock Industry Corporation (CNR), in Tangshan City of Hebei province, China. Photo:Rolex Dela Pena/EPA
Tuesday, January 19 2016

Asian stock markets edged down Tuesday following data showing China's economy, the world's second biggest and a key driver of ...

View of the city skyline in Bangkok, Thailand, 16 June 2015. Photo: Diego Azubel/EPA
Thursday, January 14 2016

Foreign investment in Thailand plummeted last year, official data showed, the latest sign that the kingdom's once-vibrant economy continues to ...

Monday, January 11 2016

Asian shares tumbled again Monday, with Shanghai plunging over five percent, after more weak data reignited concerns about ...

Shanghai shares rise. Photo: Wenhao Yu/EPA
Friday, January 8 2016

Shanghai shares closed higher Friday after authorities reversed course and suspended a new "circuit breaker" mechanism that ...

Friday, January 8 2016

Commerce Minister Apiradi Tantraporn will fly to Nay Pyi Taw to attend a Joint Trade Commission meeting between Thailand and ...

Thursday, January 7 2016

Chinese markets were suspended Thursday for the second day this week after they fell more than seven percent, leading an Asia-wide ...

Monday, January 4 2016

Southeast Asian nations officially launched an EU-inspired economic bloc Thursday, 31 December, aimed at boosting the region's trading ...

Workers at Wanbao Mining company in Latpadaung. Photo: Bo Bo/Mizzima
Saturday, January 2 2016

Venezuela is the riskiest destination for Chinese to invest while Germany is the safest, followed by the United States and Britain.

Wednesday, December 9 2015

Two Myanmar airlines will begin flights between Yangon and Taiwan’s Taoyuan International Airport on Jan. 26.

China's economic growth rate is slowing down. Shanghai, China. Photo: Qilai Shen/EPA
Monday, October 26 2015

China's economy does not need to grow seven percent this year, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said late on Saturday, ...

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