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CHINA'S third-quarter economic growth ground to its slowest pace in five years as the country continues to struggle with a downturn in the property sector, overcapacity and weak export demand...

TO fortify the foundations laid by Singapore's first and longest- serving foreign minister, the late S Rajaratnam, Temasek Holdings on Tuesday launched the S$100 million S Rajaratnam Endowment (...

MALAYSIA'S securities regulator stuck by the rule book on Tuesday and rejected the Employees Provident Fund's (EPF) plea to be allowed to cast its vote on the merger of CIMB Group, RHB...

APPLE smashed earnings expectations as new big-screen iPhones helped propel the California tech giant's profit and revenue in the last quarter...

THE Republic is still a good place to invest in, said a senior executive of ExxonMobil, as the firm broke ground for two plants that would make Singapore its largest specialty chemicals manufacturing...

HONG KONG'S tycoons could play a part in ending the stand-off with pro-democracy activists. The city's business leaders have an outsize influence over local politics. Relaxing their grip on...

THE chief executive of French oil major Total, Christophe de Margerie, was killed when a business jet collided with a snow plough during takeoff at Moscow's Vnukovo International Airport, the...

THE art and science of aesthetics is something privately-owned pharmaceutical company Merz is very familiar with, given it is the third largest aesthetics company in the world.

THE ride continues for Singapore taxi-booking app GrabTaxi as it announced on Tuesday its third and biggest round of funding, and its ambition to build the largest taxi network here in the next six...

COST and manpower pressures are forcing small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to rethink how they do business, with the majority shying away from simply introducing new products and instead re-...

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