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China exports sink 10% year-on-year in Sept.
China's exports plummeted in September, data showed Thursday, as anemic global demand dealt another blow to the world's second-largest economy, while weak imports fueled worries about crucial domestic appetite.
Ennoconn Corp., an industrial PC subsidiary of Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., has agreed to acquire a stake in an Austrian information system integration solutions provider.
Nestlé takes up the pink ribbon cause
The number of deaths caused by breast cancer has recently gone up considerably in Taiwan: Breast cancer now ranks fourth among all causes of death in Taiwanese women.
The wealthy city-state of Singapore -- with its flourishing trade, orderly life and almost non-existent crime -- is hardly a place one would associate with illegal trade. But a new report by a reputed organization reveals that in fact the country has a poor record of preventing just that.
Red Lobster is getting a US$575 million investment from a Thai seafood exporter of shrimp that The Associated Press found last year came from supply chains tainted by slavery.
Singapore regulators ordered the closure Tuesday of Falcon Private Bank, citing alleged slack controls for transfers and improper conduct related to 1MDB, an indebted Malaysian state fund.
Despite signs that the domestic economy is improving, many employers in Taiwan are more cautious than in the past about hiring workers in the fourth quarter, a survey released by online job bank 1111 showed Tuesday.
Thai stocks tumble after health update on king
Thailand's stock exchange plunged on Monday after the palace said hospital-bound King Bhumibol Adulyadej's health was "not stable" in an update that has raised fears for the 88-year-old.
China's central bank set the yuan's central parity rate weaker than 6.7 to the dollar for the first time in six years Monday, the first day of trading after it joined the IMF's "special drawing rights" reserve currency basket.
Singapore on Monday charged two more former private bankers with forgery and failing to report suspicious transactions in cases linked to a major money-laundering scandal involving Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
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