Lenders will release 31 million pledged shares of Adani Enterprises, and 155 million shares of Adani Ports, the group said in a statement on Tuesday.
China's foreign minister warns that Taiwan is an internal issue solely for Chinese people and that mishandling the issue would rock US-China relations
Japanese investors sold a net 2.15 trillion yen ($15.6 billion) in foreign equities in February, their largest monthly selloff since April 2021
Sanctions on Russia are slowly eating away at the dollar's dominance by encouraging Asian traders such as India to use other currencies, like the UAE dirham or the rouble.
New financial regulator will replace the banking commission and do some functions of the central bank and securities commission; a national data bureau will also be set up
China's exports for the January-February period fell by 6.8% over 2022, while imports were down by 10.2%, according to data released on Tuesday
Xi was quoted as saying he was "both happy and worried" – glad about its lead position in the global battery market but fearful given intense rivalry with the West and risks over its high profile
"Officials know that Li Qiang is Xi Jinping's guy. He clearly thinks Li Qiang is a very competent person and he has put him in this position because he trusts him and he expects a lot of him."
Anger simmers over threats of more sanctions, with Foreign Minister Qin Gang warning that suppressing China will end in "conflict or confrontation" if the US does not change tack
The yuan has been weakened by concerns that US interest rates might rise further and geopolitical tensions, which are keeping investment flows away from China
Asked about new US bill to ban some foreign tech such as TikTok, China's spokeswoman said the US was trying to deprive it of developmental rights and perpetuate its own hegemony
Even with huge sums of money, unless Chinese firms can develop their own chip innovations, they may be trapped at the low end of the value chain, industry players say