Asian and European stock markets moved cautiously Wednesday as global geopolitical risks continued to gnaw at investor sentiment following last week's U.S. missile strike on Syria and soaring tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Growth in China's auto sales plunged in March as demand for SUVs weakened and purchases of sedans contracted, an industry group reported Tuesday.
A Cambodian boy herds his cows through a grass field at through Krasang Chrum village outside Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Tuesday, April 11.
The World Bank says the Philippines will remain a top performer in East Asia, with its economy forecast to grow close to 7 percent in the next three years.
Developing Asian countries will drive the world economy in the next two years, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said Thursday, but it warned of uncertainties from the United States and Europe.
Encouraged by stronger export orders, Japanese manufacturers are feeling a bit more upbeat than they were late last year, according to a quarterly survey by the Bank of Japan released Monday.
Taiwan's government is in talks with several multinational high-tech firms on the establishment of centers for Internet of Things (IoT) development, the Chinese-language Commercial Times reported on Monday.
The price of ivory has fallen by nearly two-thirds in the last three years, according to research conducted in China and published on Wednesday by the conservation group Save the Elephants.
Asian stocks were uneven on Wednesday as investors weighed strong U.S. economic reports against uncertainty as Britain readies a formal request to leave the European Union
Asia's fourth-largest economy grew slightly more than previously thought in each of the past two years, South Korean authorities said Tuesday.