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Hong Kong's port has fallen behind rivals. Industry experts say it needs to be more competitive

Hong Kong's once world-beating port needs to raise its game or risk falling further behind competitors in Shanghai, Singapore and elsewhere, industry experts say.

The effect of geopolitics on global growth worries me most, WEF president says

The impact of tumultuous geopolitical affairs on global growth is one of the biggest concerns for the president of the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Religion and economy will take center stage as Indonesia's president seeks re-election, experts say

The economy and religion will likely take center stage as Indonesian President Joko Widodo seeks re-election, experts told CNBC.

It's not time to discuss new capital ties with Renault: Nissan CEO

Nissan CEO Hirota Saikawa said on Monday that he had not heard directly about a reported French proposal to integrate the Japanese carmaker's management with Renault, adding that it was not the time

Japan has started process of importing Iranian oil, according to Tehran

Japan has started the process of importing Iranian oil, which was suspended due to U.S. sanctions, the governor of Iran's central bank said on Monday.

Tax cuts could be the 'front line' of China's fight against slowing growth, experts say

Tax cuts in China could be the center of Beijing's fiscal fight against an economic slowdown amid an ongoing trade spat with the U.S., experts said.

British Prime Minister May to reveal her 'Plan B' for Brexit

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is due to lay out a 'Plan B' for Brexit to lawmakers on Monday

The number of births in China hit its lowest level since 1961

China on Monday reported that there were 15.23 million births in 2018 — the lowest since 1961 when 11.87 million births were reported, according to data on financial services firm Wind Info.

Huawei launches a PR offensive — but it may face a 'literally impossible' task

A Huawei board member said the company is committing to being more transparent for "the foreseeable future."

Millions of Chinese tourists are spurring the growth of mobile pay overseas

In just a few years, mobile pay has become so ingrained in the lives of Chinese people that they are driving stores in overseas tourist destinations to adopt the technology.

As Chinese stocks rally, here's why Tencent is flashing a major buy signal

Chinese stocks are on fire, and one of those names is flashing a major buy signal.

China says its economy grew 6.6 percent in 2018. That's the lowest official pace in 28 years

China posted highly anticipated growth figures for 2018 on Monday amid a trade dispute with the U.S., its largest trading partner.

Erdogan to Trump: Turkey is ready to take over security in Syria's Manbij

Turkey is ready to take over security in Syria's Manbij, where four U.S. citizens died in an Islamic State-claimed bombing last week, the Turkish presidency said.

Barclays-backed online lender MarketInvoice gets $72 million in funding

MarketInvoice lets SMEs sell their unpaid invoices through an online platform to gain access to working capital loans.

These are the top 10 LGBT-inclusive employers in the UK right now

The most-inclusive employer is an international law firm.

The super-rich saw their fortunes grow by $2.5 billion a day last year, Oxfam claims

In a report published on Monday, the charity revealed that billionaire fortunes rose by 12 percent in 2018 as the poorest half of the world saw its wealth decline by 11 percent.

Asia stocks trade higher as China says its economy grew in line with expectations last year

China's economic growth came in at 6.6 percent in 2018 — the slowest pace since 1990. It was in line with expectations from economists polled by Reuters, and lower than the revised 6.8 percent growth

The market's win streak is no fluke: A Wall Street bull sees record gains ahead

Yardeni Research's Ed Yardeni sees a secret buy sign in the market.

TSA calls in backup officers as absences of unpaid airport screeners rise

The Transportation Security Administration is calling up reinforcements that normally assist with natural disasters to counter a shortfall in airport screeners, unpaid during the partial shutdown.

Carlos Ghosn makes new request for bail, offering up passports and Nissan stock as collateral

Ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn has not been allowed to have contact with his family and is making a new bid for release.