Vietnam is maintaining a ban on deep-water fishing in four central provinces one year after a Taiwanese-owned steel plant discharged toxins into the sea and caused the country’s
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met yesterday with a special envoy sent by new South Korean President Moon Jae-in as the two countries attempted to mend a
China appears to be laying the groundwork for the mass collection of DNA samples from residents of a restive, largely Muslim region that’s been under a
China’s government increased access to its bond market through Hong Kong, opening another path for foreign investors after the central bank stemmed record capital outflows.
A rap group backed by China’s government is warning South Korea in a music video that “you’re going too far” with the deployment of a U.S.
US Pacific Command Commander Adm. Harry Harris Jr. The top American military officer in the Pacific said yesterday that North Korea’s recent military actions are “a recipe
When the sister of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner promoted investment in her family’s new skyscraper from a Beijing hotel ballroom stage earlier this month, she
The pageantry permeating Beijing this week showed that China’s expansive vision for a new global economic order had another goal: Boosting President Xi Jinping’s grip on
Steel and cement makers in Pakistan are expanding to meet demand as the “One Belt, One Road” trade route financed by China spurs construction with more than
Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed ambitious hopes yesterday for Asian and European governments to work closely on finance, law enforcement and a broad range of other issues
Global cyber chaos was spreading yesterday as companies booted up computers at work following the weekend’s worldwide “ransomware” cyberattack. The extortion scheme created chaos in 150 countries and
Hong Kong authorities have rejected asylum requests from a group of refugees who sheltered Edward Snowden four years ago, in what their lawyer said is retaliation for helping
A coalition of 54 global business groups appealed to Chinese authorities yesterday to postpone enforcing a cybersecurity law they warned violates Beijing’s free-trade pledges and might
Pledging more than USD100 billion in financing, Chinese President Xi Jinping called yesterday for closer cooperation across Asia and Europe in areas from anti-terrorism to investment as
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority tightened limits on bank loans to property developers, as it seeks to contain risks in the city’s booming real-estate market.
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