Taiwan-based chip maker to team up with Purdue University to create a chip design center in the US midwest.
A consortium of Chinese lenders has delivered US$2.3 billion to Pakistan's state bank account, shoring up the country's forex reserves amid an ongoing fiscal crisis.
Ministry of Finance, the BOJ and the Financial Services Agency express concern over yen weakness in strongest signal so far that Tokyo may step in to stem the slide
Authorities in both Shanghai and Beijing eased restrictions on Sunday, reopening venues, transport systems, while announcing plans for a wind-down of curbs in coming days
After two months of a tortuous Covid-19 lockdown, Shanghai is moving slowly toward a reopening next Wednesday – June 1, while officials in Beijing are also looking to ease curbs on Sunday
The issue of China-Taiwan loomed over a meeting in Tokyo of leaders of the Quad grouping of the US, Japan, Australia and India, who stressed their determination to ensure a free and open Indo-Pacific
China is upgrading its military logistics supply system on the lines of the US military's transport command (Transcom), the South China Morning Post reported, citing a state-owned CCTV report
Experts say the zero-Covid policy is needed to help boost vaccination rates and develop new treatments as about 49 million people over 60 are still unvaccinated
Export growth slows to near two-year low as lockdowns hit local demand and close factories that make goods for export.
The Ukraine crisis has highlighted Japan's partial dependence on Russian energy even as Tokyo has acted swiftly and in tandem with the G7 in instituting sanctions.
The Chinese yuan hit an 18-month low in Monday morning trade as concern about its zero-Covid policy and economic slowdown weakened the currency