US President Donald Trump announced plans to move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. What will this mean for ASEAN nations?
Visa and MasterCard may stand a greater chance of accessing China’s card payment market as Sino-American ties improve.
Japan’s largest warship has made a controversial sailing through disputed waters as Abe’s nation warms up to increasing militarisation.
Nguyen Xuan Phuc will be the first Southeast Asian leader to visit Trump’s White House in a three-day visit beginning May 31. He is there for economics while Trump needs a strategic friend.
The American President is coming to this November’s APEC summit to talk trade. His Vietnamese hosts, and their Asian partners in innovation, have some additional interests.
Ping An Insurance (Group) Co. of China Ltd. will continue to invest about US$1 billion in Internet development as the group extends its fintech and healthcare business to “diversified revenues,” the South China Morning Post reported, citing Jessica Tan, COO of the group.
The TPP is dead. It is time for Asian governments to step up to agreeing new arrangements that will bring a new dawn of growth, opportunity and free trade.
One of Indonesia’s richest men says he is considering throwing his hat into the ring for the next presidential election. He believes his business sense and strategic friendships could do great things for the country’s biggest problems.
Rex Tillerson, Trump’s nominee for America’s next foreign policy chief, launched his bid for the job with explosive statements on the South China Sea that call for a block on China’s access to the disputed waters and islands.
Senior American lawmakers are calling for the withdrawal of large aid packages to the Philipines in the wake of Duterte’s increasingly provocative and bloodthirsty statements on the drugs war. But as the days of the Obama administration tick away, the Filipino president is happy to bluff and wait for fairer winds.