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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday laid out a future for Hong Kong, embedded firmly within the goals of the central government on the mainland.
Singapore's labor shortage problems are easing as unemployment continues to fall close to pre-pandemic levels, according to Minister of Manpower Tan See Leng.
Rather than spend or invest, 58.3% of survey respondents said they preferred to save their money, according to a People's Bank of China second quarter report.
The International Monetary Fund has ended talks with Sri Lanka, failing to conclude a deal for a bailout package for the near-bankrupt nation after 10 days.
Benjamin Diokno, who is currently the central bank governor, said he aims to tackle the country's rising debt problem and focus on growth.
"While most high-profile lockdowns were relaxed in May, June data do not show the powerhouse bounce-back most expected," according to a report released Tuesday.
Importers cut back on lumber, home appliances, and furniture orders from China as the impact of higher mortgage rates shows up in the supply chain.
The Group of 7 announced a new infrastructure funding program for developing nations that could rival China's Belt and Road Initiative.
Overseas travelers now only need to quarantine at a centralized facility for seven days upon arrival in mainland China, followed by three days at home.
European stocks closed sharply higher on Friday to end a volatile week, as investors assessed inflation and fears of a possible economic recession.
Americans don't need a passport to get to the No. 1 spot for a working vacation, according to a recent analysis from Icelandair.
Steel inventory is slowly piling up in their warehouses as demand for steel in China falls amid pandemic lockdowns and crippled construction activity.
Vienna has overtaken Auckland as the world's most livable city, according to a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Hundreds of workers from start-ups in Southeast Asia have been fired in the last few months, proving that the industry is not immune to the economic slowdown.
Growth in online sales is slowing, while new players eat away at Alibaba's market share, data show.