The manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) shot from 50.1 in January to 52.6 in February, the highest reading since April 2012, according to National Bureau of Statistics data
Northern Minerals said on Tuesday the federal government blocked its largest shareholder, China’s Yuxiao Fund, from raising its ownership to 19.9% from 9.92% on grounds of national interest
The US and Canada have ramped up efforts to get TikTok off government phones and devices; US agencies were given 30 days to ensure state workers' phones do not have the Chinese app on them
Shares of Adani companies rose on Tuesday after sources said the group was looking to repay or prepay debt of up to $790 million in March.
Abu Dhabi's state-owned International Petroleum Investment Co and its unit Aabar have agreed to pay $1.8 billion to settle a legal dispute over the 1MDB scandal, Malaysia said on Monday
Most companies of the Indian ports-to-power conglomerate, which operates a coal mine, an export terminal and a solar farm in Australia, sank on Monday despite the group denying the new report
The latest charges filed against SBF over the collapse of his crypto exchange and related transactions could see him facing a sentence from 115 up to 155 years in jail
US repeats its warning, amid reports China is considering sending artillery and ammunition to Russia, and that Xi will visit Moscow next week; five Chinese and 80 Russian firms added to blacklist
The US Commerce Department is set to impose sanctions on dozens more companies from Russia, China and other countries accused of sanctions tied to the war in Ukraine
The European Commission has ordered its 32,000 staff and employees to remove the TikTok app from their phones and corporate devices to "protect data and increase cybersecurity"
Kazuo Ueda spoke after data for January showed consumer inflation at a 41-year high, but warned of responding with tightening as the outlook is uncertain and the economy fragile
US government is in "deep dialogue" with chipmakers Samsung and SK Hynix, while seeking to impede China's ability "to threaten us collectively", top Senior Commerce official says