Markets now have a new reversal to think about, but I think I have to be convinced before I can believe.
Xiaomi, India's top-selling phone brand, has had US$725.8M seized by the Indian financial-crimes regulator in an investigation into allegedly illegal remittances.
Interest rates are rising in much of the Asia Pacific region, but the two largest Asian economies persist in very low rates and weakening currencies.
I am more concerned, for markets, about quantitative tightening than rate hikes.
When India reports GDP later today, the numbers won't factor in the future heavy cost to the country of higher oil prices.
Several of Asia's most-prominent e-commerce sites are enabling IP theft and fake-goods sales, according to the U.S. government.
The Life Insurance Corporation of India long held a monopoly on life insurance but will sell shares as part of the government's divestment plans.
Omicron cases are cropping up in a number of cities, yet there's no sign Chinese restrictions will ease anytime soon.
The Pacific is not unique in terms of governments shoring up defense capabilities, including major purchases from U.S.-based companies.
It was a disappointing year for Asian equities. Here's what to look for this year.