Japan’s support for the BRI looks like a new dawn for Sino-Japanese trade relations, but the reality is complex.
As Islamic banking spreads, service providers continue to develop new tools and products to meet the wide-ranging financial needs of the world’s Muslims.
Economic growth in Asia is fueling the market for office space.
Piyush Gupta, CEO of DBS, talks with Global Finance about the bank’s record year, its digital transformation and the value of owning your own technology.
Financial innovation on the rise in nations where cryptocurrencies and related technologies are regulated rather than banned.
Asian banks power ahead: Clever strategies, niche appeal and foreign alliances raise the profits and prestige of financial institutions across the vast continent.
A Japanese ecommerce and Internet company is breaking into the mobile market.
Southeast Asian nations are benefiting from the return of global growth, with more room to grow capacity and exports—even as wages trend upward.
Taiwan’s economy has thrived on electronics manufacturing. Now, with a tightening labor market and new competitive pressures, the island is figuring out how to reshape its role in the changing global economy.
While enjoying robust growth and launching big infrastructure plans, The Philippines face potential inflation and growing trade deficits.
Yi Gang's appointment as governor of the People’s Bank of China a sign of policy continuity.
U.S. President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership prompted the other 11 nations that were party to the agreement to forge ahead in a new pact without the U.S.
Beijing's top central banker is retiring. With no successor named yet, the rumor mill starts churning.
Yuan Yulai, CEO of machine-based financial advisor Licaimofang, speaks about the coming dominance of robo-advisors in China’s wealth-management market.
Consumers have embraced digital technology to improve their lives. Now industry must figure out how digital tools can improve productivity.
Japanese life insurance companies are turning to the project finance market in a bid to achieve higher yields. The move comes as Japan’s ultra-loose monetary policy—dubbed “Abenomics” after Prime Minister Shinzo Abe—has resulted in a paucity of available ...