Earnings and GDP growth fuel India optimismData showing that Asia’s third-largest economy expanded at 6% in the first quarter give a fillip to a market that has already jumped 28% in six months ›
Modi chides China as he embraces JapanIndian PM attacks those who ‘enter the seas’ of others during summit seen as part of effort to counterbalance Chinese influence in Asia ›
Hong Kong’s hard electoral choicesChina risks undermining the territory with its tough stance and damaging its own interests ›
Sanctions hit Russia Arctic energy plansAction over Ukraine has left ventures worth billions of dollars in limbo, putting Moscow’s ambitions to develop its Arctic and shale reserves at risk ›
Kiev accuses Russia of ‘direct aggression’President promises shake-up of Ukraine’s military leadership amid signs that the army has lost ground to Russian-backed separatist forces ›
Rosneft seeks China investor for oilfieldDeal unveiled by Russian president Vladimir Putin would be most significant Chinese equity participation in Russian onshore oil industry ›
China stance on HK voting sparks protestsUnder China’s plan, potential candidates for chief executive would need the support of more than half the mostly pro-Beijing nominating committee ›
India’s economic confidence returnsThe idea that India could expand more rapidly than China no longer seems absurd, but the country’s recovery remains both gradual and fragile ›
Turkey: is confidence enough?A bet on the Turkish stock market is a bet politics will not get in the way ›
Hong Kong – painful realityThe territory’s special status as the commercial gateway to China is on the decline, with Shenzhen and Shanghai having already grown up ›
Hong Kong Airlines eyes dual-currency IPOShort-haul carrier aims to tap small investors’ bets on a rising renminbi with Hong Kong’s first dual-currency initial public offering ›
HK activists vent anger against BeijingPro-democrats hector top Chinese official after decision on universal suffrage in the territory falls short of demands ›
Heathrow boost as CBI states case for hubThe CBI’s appeal to the airports commission said Britain was losing out to European rivals, which have room to add connections ›
China attracts slice of global MBA sectorWestern business education providers are moving further into China with MBA programmes taught in English as demand for cross-cultural studies rises ›
China’s ‘bad banks’ back in the spotlightWorsening bad loan ratios recall the 1990s; the institutions set up to deal with non-performing loans then are expected to again play a crucial role ›
China mission aims to crack down on piracyThe trip comes just weeks after Vince Cable, business secretary, called for a more global approach to intellectual property piracy ›
UK weighs ban on return of local jihadisProposals stipulate that UK nationals suspected of terror offences will be banned from re-entering the country but will still retain their citizenship ›
Emaar’s Dubai IPO marks regional revivalThe group has set the listing for October, in what could be the largest share sale in the United Arab Emirates since the financial crisis ›
Frail economy dents Brazil’s car industryHundreds of automotive workers are having to accept forced lay-offs as the country’s economy endures its worst performance since the financial crisis ›
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