Japanese shares soared to a 34-year peak on Tuesday, rising 2.9% while stock markets in China were all closed again for the Lunar New Year holiday.
The departures are among the most drastic changes Daihatsu has made so far after revealing last year it had rigged side-collision safety tests for 88,000 small cars
European MPs plan to sanction three Chinese companies, plus businesses in India, Hong Kong and other countries in a bid to curb the supply of parts used in weapons and drones in Russia's war on Ukraine
Index provider MSCI raised Indian stocks to an all-time high of 18.2% on Tuesday, which saw it narrow the gap with China, and could lead to inflows of about $1.2 billion
France has named an energy veteran as its envoy to IMEC, a major rail and ports project seen as a Western alternative to China's Belt and Road Initiative, linking Europe to the Middle East and South Asia
China and Indonesia account for 70% of global supplies of nickel, but producers in the countries have become unprofitable after the battery metal shed more than 80% of its price since last year
China has invited top car and battery makers to a new research body to try to develop a world-class battery, that bolsters its transition to electric and new energy vehicles
All countries should have their own AI infrastructure to reap the economic potential of artificial intelligence, and protect their culture, CEO Jensen Huang said
OpenAI chief's talks with leading investors and chipmakers to create a greater supply of AI chips could cost trillions of dollars, a new report says
Chinese consumer electronics group, which has the biggest share of India's smartphone market, has urged Delhi to consider cutting tariffs and offering incentives to attract component suppliers and help lower costs.
Tower is seeking state incentives for its plan to build a $8-billion chip plant that would make 65 nanometre and 40 nanometre chips, a new report says
The purchase of jets from Qatar aimed to fill an air defence 'gap', but lawmakers said the planes were old and Prabowo's plan drew more heat during his election campaign