[TOKYO] Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday declared a state of emergency to fight new coronavirus infections in major population centres and unveiled a stimulus package he described as...

[BANGKOK] Coronavirus lockdowns are pushing more city dwellers to grow fruit and vegetables in their homes, providing a potentially lasting boost to urban farming, architects and food experts said...

[HONG KONG] From oil to copper to coal, China's gigantic commodities industry is signaling that the first economy to be flattened by the coronavirus is getting closer to a return to normality.

ADULT permanent residents (PR) or long-term visit pass holders with Singaporean parents, spouses or children will be able to apply for a one-off cash payout of S$300, Deputy Prime Minister and...

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks enjoyed another healthy rally Tuesday, in line with an Asia-wide advance and following a surge on Wall Street, with traders cheered by signs the rate of coronavirus...

COMMERCIAL landlords should take on their fair share of the pain that businesses are now facing, but tenants also should not take advantage of the situation, said Home Affairs and Law Minister K....

[FRANKFURT] European shares rallied for a second straight day on Tuesday, with investors focusing on early signs that the coronavirus pandemic may be easing, even as major companies still take...

[LONDON] Britain's housing market is largely on pause due to the government's coronavirus lockdown which will make it hard to calculate price changes, but it is too soon to gauge the long-term...

AGRI-FOOD giant Olam International is keeping processing facilities operational where local regulations allow, and maintaining business operations to serve customer needs in most markets it...

[SEOUL] South Korean shares rose on Tuesday, building on the previous session's near 4 per cent jump, as investors focused on early signs that the coronavirus pandemic may be slowing down at some...