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INTERBANK market rates in China are dropping sharply as the country's central bank eases monetary policy and lenders are under pressure to buy debts from local governments. ...

APRIL might have become part of the longest consecutive period of declining prices since 2009, and registered the lowest core inflation reading in five years - but neither will change the fundamental...

TOTAL leasing volume is expected to decline by five to 10 per cent the rest of this year, with overall rents softening by 5 to 7 per cent, said CBRE on Monday. This is on the back of an estimated 19,...

THE Greek government is priming investors for another cliffhanger on June 5.

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IT'S a game of hypotheticals, but one worth considering when it involves technology giant Apple...

CITIBANK Singapore may have retained its pole position in the credit card market, but it is defending itself against keen competition.

SOMETHING approaching "infrastructure wars" have broken out between Japan and China...

JAPAN'S exports rose in April from a year earlier led by US-bound shipments of cars, but the monthly pace of growth slowed from March - a worrying portent for external demand as a slowdown in...

JAPAN holds an important lesson for China. Like the People's Republic today, it battled with runaway debts in the early 1990s. The key is to tell banks whose loans are going bad: If you must,...