Regulator meets with 27 firms such as Tencent, Alibaba and ByteDance to explain the regulatory landscape so they have a clearer grasp of sustainable 'development opportunities'
Shares of Chinese construction companies, cement makers and machinery suppliers soared on Monday after Beijing pledged to ramp up infrastructure investment to bolster the slowing economy
Life Insurance Corp of India's embedded value has been put at more than 5 trillion rupees ($66.8bn), an official overseeing what is expected to be the country's largest IPO said on Thursday
Google, Twitter and Facebook executives faced heated demands in a meeting with Indian officials, who said their inaction on fake news forced Delhi to order content takedowns, sources said
World's largest economy is showing signs of tighter lending conditions even before Fed has acted as rates on 30-year fixed mortgages have jumped
Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys have overtaken US titan IBM to give India two of the world's top three IT services brands.
Green hydrogen will be a key facet of the huge transformation of global energy consumption because of global warming. Over 30 countries and regions have export and import strategies, renewables agency says
China EV maker Nio is expanding into the US, setting up a potential showdown with EV market leader Tesla on its home turf
Hundreds of people have died and thousands have been detained in Kazakhstan during the worst violence seen in the Central Asian nation since it became independent in the early 1990s. The unrest in Kazakhstan poses risks for energy markets, and even cryptocurrencies.
Social media platform Reddit has enlisted Wall Street giants Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs for its initial public offering
While China and other nations pour billions of dollars into developing the technology, researchers say we are still decades away...
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