[TAIPEI] Taiwan's economy grew 3.1 per cent in the July-September period to a ten-quarter high thanks to robust overseas demand for consumer electronics products, the government said Friday...

Singapore factory output in October powers ahead with 14.6% rise

[TOKYO] A local Japanese female politician who brought her baby into an assembly meeting to highlight the issues women face in the workplace has sparked debate after being ejected from the chamber.

SINGAPORE'S factory production delivered another impressive performance for the month of October, shrugging off a steep decline in biomedical output...

[WASHINGTON] Former White House national security advisor Michael Flynn is moving to cooperate with a special prosecutor probing possible collusion between Donald Trump's campaign team and...

[LONDON] British households are their least confident since immediately after last year's Brexit vote, partly because of this month's interest rate hike and further signs of a slowdown in...

[WELLINGTON] New Zealand's trade deficit narrowed in October as dairy and lamb shipments fuelled a jump in exports, despite imports hitting a record high...

[HARARE] Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa was preparing on Thursday for his new role as president after a triumphant return home following the dramatic departure of Robert Mugabe, ending 37 years...

STRONGER-than-expected growth, expanding exports and benign inflation are all coming together to paint a very different picture of the economy that had started the year on an uncertain note.

BRITISH Finance Minister Philip Hammond is pumping £25 billion (S$45 billion) into the UK economy to counter a slowdown.