Is Hong Kong Safe for International Investors?

An increasingly large number of Hong Kongers want to move away from the city, for good.

Foxconn, Huawei Lead Asian Tech Charge Into Smart Cars

Two of Asia's leading smartphone makers expand their focus to form joint ventures creating smart-car systems.

Asia's Top-Performing Market Produces World's Worst Selloff

Shares in Taiwan are suffering as the island tightens COVID restrictions; meanwhile, stocks stay strong in heavily infected India.

China's 1.41 Billion Population: Overwhelmingly Urban, and Growing Old

The 'Chinese dream' is proving elusive given the country's graying population, where the birth rate of 1.30 is one of the lowest in the world.

Bidding War Drives Share Jump for Australia's Largest Casino Company

Crown Resorts has competing bids from Blackstone, Oaktree Capital and Australia's second-largest casino company, Star.

Chinese Tech Stocks Plunge on Tighter Access to U.S. Markets

Chinese companies looking to list overseas are contending with pressure from U.S. and Chinese regulators, with it impossible to satisfy both.

Electric-Car Battery Maker Now Hong Kong's Richest Person

Physicist Zeng Yuqun has ridden a 169% jump in shares of the electric-battery maker he founded to top spot on the Hong Kong rich list.

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.