If China’s new strategy is to spur cross-border investment, capital market reforms are a must.
A slowdown in home construction is a big drag on China’s economy, with GDP growth down to a six-year low of 7%. The government is struggling to arrest the slide.
One of Indonesia's leading infrastructure experts discusses the country's progress in financing its massive infrastructure programme.
FinanceAsia's 2015 poll will shed light on how regional market volatility has affected the debt securities outlook on the archipelago.
As China’s leaders survey the devastation in their A-share markets, which at one point lost $3.3 trillion in value, they should not be tempted to prop up prices continuously.
Government officials continue to dither on leading Bangladesh into global capital markets but the pressure to do so will only increase.
The high level S&ED tries to keep US-China ties — arguably the most important bilateral relationship in the world — on a relatively even keel.
Rapprochement will continue at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in June and the BRICS Summit in the Russian city of Ufa in July says VTB Bank's deputy chairman.
Upcoming webinar will examine how China's economic slowdown will affect the corporate, financial, property and debt segments.
As worries mount over IP theft in China Nicholas Blank of Blackpeak explains how to protect your company.
China sets out its 2015 reform agenda for capital markets – investors are poised to participate.
The complexity of banking issues remains an operational challenge, according to Accenture's Aliette Leleux.
As Art Basel HK gains traction as a leading contemporary art event in Asia, a raft of satellite events has started to sprout.
Jakob Friis Sorensen, president director of Maersk Line Indonesia, talks to FinanceAsia about the vital expansion of the country's ports.
FinanceAsia ranks the performance of the ministers of finance in Asia-Pacific’s 12 largest economies.