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Huawei releases Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro
Huawei officially launched its new Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro smartphones in Taiwan on Monday.
 
Chinese household debt has risen at an "alarming" pace as property values have soared, analysts say, raising the risk that a real estate downturn could send shockwaves through the world's second largest economy.
 
The Ministry of Finance (MOF) has issued a final decision finding steel exporters from six countries, including China and South Korea, in violation of Taiwan's anti-dumping rules by selling their products at unfairly low prices in the local market.
 
Australian banks ANZ and Macquarie on Friday agreed to pay AU$15 million (US$11 million) in fines for trying to manipulate the benchmark rate of the Malaysian ringgit.
 
Fidelity International launches Asian bond fund
Fidelity International (富達投信) has announced the launch in Taiwan of a new Fidelity Taiwan-Asian Total Return Bond Fund.
 
Australia's central bank on Tuesday held interest rates at a record low of 1.50 percent and indicated what analysts called a "wait and see" approach to future monetary policy easing despite a run of soft inflation figures.
 
An all-Australian consortium comprising some of the country's wealthiest grazier families made a counteroffer Sunday for one of the world's largest cattle estates, sparking a bidding war with a Chinese-linked proposal.
 
Jay Haas birdied the first hole of a playoff with Bart Bryant on Sunday in the Toshiba Classic to become the second-oldest winner in PGA Tour Champions history.
 
Robots galore at Asia's biggest tech fair
A Japanese inventor is hoping a robot that still needs humans will win over Asia's largest tech fair, offering a counterpoint to major technology firms pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence (AI).
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View from the Sydney CBD
People enjoy their lunch on seats adorned with photographs of old terrace houses in a temporary public artwork by James Voller entitled "Terraced" in Sydney's Martin Place business district on Monday, Sept. 26.
 
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