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Until recently, relatively little attention was paid to states’ balance sheets. Even today, states’ liabilities receive considerable attention, while their asset sides – a major potential source of resilience to negative economic shocks – receive significantly less.

Beijing moves towards abandoning the decades-old laojiao system of ‘re-education through labour’ that allows police to detain people without trial

Unlike China since mid-2012, there is no clear evidence of economic recovery in India yet, as delay in implementing necessary reforms, among other factors, has weakened competitiveness. While recent measures should boost economic revival, an additional…

Shanghai stocks traded almost flat this morning as the market reopened after the weeklong Spring Festival holiday. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index inched up 0.04 percent to 2,433.4 points by the noon break.

LG Electronics Inc. said today its new smartphone with a full high-definition screen will go on sale in South Korea this week before hitting shelves in Japan in April.

Chinese telecom operator China Unicom recently announced that the company's net profit was expected to increase by over 50% for the year of 2012. The company said that the net profit growth was mainly attributed to the growth of 3G and broadband users….

China’s ruling Communist party faces an uphill task rooting out the graft at all levels of party and government if it resists outside scrutiny

THE Chinese subsidiary of ConocoPhillips can resume operations at an oil field off the coast of northeastern China that was closed in 2011 after two oil spills, a regulator said over the weekend.

THE Hongyanhe nuclear power station, the first nuclear power plant since an incident at Japan's Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant and the largest energy project in northeast China, started operation yesterday.

CHINA'S nonferrous metal production expanded at a slower pace last year compared with a year earlier, according to new data.

PHARMA group Novartis' decision to pay up to 72 million Swiss francs (US$77.94 million) to outgoing Chairman Daniel Vasella has unleashed a wave of indignation among activist shareholders and politicians.

GERMAN Economy Minister Philipp Roesler wants the European Union and the United States to reach a comprehensive transatlantic free trade agreement rather than settle for the limited deal some southern EU nations favor.