China the Target on G7 Radar as Blinken Meets Key Asian Allies

Blinken says China is acting 'more repressively at home and more aggressively abroad.'

Chinese Regulators Summon Big Tech Who's Who for Showdown Talks

Thirteen Chinese tech firms have been told to change their ways by stopping anticompetitive practices and getting licenses for consumer credit.

China, U.S. Locked in a New Battle: Low Fertility

China to announce the first decline in its population since the famine of the 1950s. U.S. population growth is at its second-lowest ever ebb.

After an Aborted Attempt, Hong Kong and Singapore Try Travel Bubble Again

Singapore and Hong Kong are due to allow quarantine-free travel between the two financial hubs as of May 26.

Asian Stocks Falter as Vaccine Programs Stumble

Markets in Tokyo, Mumbai and most of Southeast Asia are down this month, Asia's early progress in combatting COVID-19 proving hard to sustain.

Will Jack Ma Have to Sell Out of Ant and Alibaba?

Ant and Alibaba are in talks with Chinese regulators about how the companies can proceed, perhaps without their figurehead.

Toshiba CEO Resigns Amid Boardroom Chaos, Private-Equity Bids

The company is closing ranks against unprecedented pressure from activist investors.

Alibaba Shares Leap in Hong Kong After Record $2.8 Billion Fine

The completion of an antitrust investigation into China's dominant online marketplace removes a significant overhang from the stock.

Toshiba, Hitachi Bids Show Japan Inc. Listed Subsidiaries Are in Play

Bids from Western venture capital investors for age-old Japanese names are only likely to increase.

Southeast Asian Superapp Grab Could Set SPAC Record

The deal for Grab would involve U.S. tech venture capital firm Altimeter Capital Management.