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Pakistani PM says he's willing to talk but warns India

Khan said in a televised speech that, should there be an attack from India, "Pakistan will not merely think of retaliation, but rather, we will retaliate."

Dollar slips on US-China trade hopes, Swedish crown sags

The dollar on Tuesday fell against a basket of other currencies as traders scaled back their safe-haven greenback holdings on optimism that a fresh round of talks between China and the United States

Mongolia to suspend KFC outlets for inquiry after food poisoning reports

A Mongolian regulator said it will suspend operations at KFC restaurants temporarily to conduct inquiries, as 42 people were hospitalized and hundreds showed food poisoning symptoms after eating at

IHG full-year room revenue grows on China demand

InterContinental Hotels Group said its full-year room revenue grew as more people checked into its 380 hotels in the Greater China region.

Singapore's new budget is offering 'something for everyone,' expert says

Rohan Solapurkar, a Deloitte tax partner, said the raft of measures announced Monday by the Singaporean government was largely expected, and it catered to all of the interest groups the ruling

Honda confirms UK factory closure but says it's not Brexit-related

Japanese automaker Honda confirmed Tuesday that it plans to close its Swindon car plant in the U.K., risking the loss of 3,500 jobs.

The world's largest miner posts fall in profits after its copper earnings slump

The world's biggest miner BHP Group said on Tuesday its first-half profit fell 8 percent as copper earnings slumped because of declining ore quality at its Escondida mine and a number of production

A real Labour split won't guarantee a surge in sterling

While this might diminish Corbyn's chances of being prime minister, a sterling surge is not guaranteed.

Top Greek bank CEO calls on lenders to do more in reducing the country's bad debts

The high level of bad loans in Greece is still the biggest issue that the embattled economy needs to focus on, the head of Piraeus Bank told CNBC Monday.

Global investors are coming back to Chinese markets, says JP Morgan executive

Investors are expecting Asian economies will see their fortunes improve in the next few months, boosting recent gains in regional markets including China, a J.P. Morgan Chase executive said on

More and more signs point to slower spending in China. Analysts say not to worry

Falling car sales, sluggish retail sales data, a cooling housing market — those are all stoking fears of weakening consumer spending in China amid its slowing economy. But analysts say they're not

Two of the top five most active corporate VCs last year were Chinese

Corporate venture capital groups participated in $52.95 billion worth of funding across 2,740 deals last year, according to a new report from CB Insights.

Japan's central bank says it's ready to ramp up stimulus if a strong yen derails inflation target

BOJ Governor Kuroda made the remarks in response to a question by an opposition lawmaker on whether the Japanese central bank had the necessary tools to boost stimulus to counter the pressure from a

Bali's new Starbucks flagship store has its own coffee farm and valet parking

The Starbucks Reserve Dewata in Bali feels more like a luxury hotel than a coffee shop.

Europe's largest bank, HSBC, misses expectations in 2018 earnings

HSBC reported 2018 profit and revenue that came in below expectations following a challenging fourth-quarter.

A China trade deal 'fails' if Washington can't enforce it: US Chamber of Commerce

Any trade deal between the U.S. and China will need an enforcement mechanism, an American business association official said on Tuesday.

New round of US-China trade talks to kick off in Washington on Tuesday

A fresh round of talks between the U.S. and China will take place in Washington, followed by higher level talks later in the week.

Alibaba is reportedly the force behind hit Chinese propaganda app

A Chinese government propaganda app that recently became a huge hit was developed by Alibaba, two people at the company told Reuters, at a time when the nation's tech firms are under global scrutiny

Asia markets mixed amid renewed US-China tensions

The White House said on Monday that trade talks between the two economic powerhouses will continue in Washington on Tuesday, with higher level negotiations starting later in the week.

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei says arrest of CFO Meng Wanzhou is politically motivated

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei says "I object to what the U.S. has done" in arresting his daughter, the company's CFO Meng Wanzhou.