It is unusual to meet a Chinese-born individual who has taken Japanese nationality. Artist Ando Shokei is one.
John Tivey, partner at White & Case, talks to FinanceAsia about his outlook for mining and metals M&A in 2015.
John Woods, managing director at Citi Investment Management, talks to FinanceAsia about Modi, China, currency mismatches and the big three ratings agencies.
Removing internal barriers to the free movement of goods and people would enhance competitiveness, and accelerate trade within the bloc.
Even if the US Federal Reserve raises rates, the long end of the yield curve will continue to rally, says John Woods, managing director at Citi Investment Management.
Sri Lanka’s Central Bank Governor Ajith Nivard Cabraal explains why his country’s credit rating should be two notches higher.
The first local government bonds have become the latest test for China’s rating agencies.
Approval of the company’s repayment plan on China's first bond default has left many issues unresolved.
Whether or not street protests for democracy are a good idea, Hong Kong's government has lost the new generation and has no clue how to win it back.
Asia looks more resilient to capital flight than during last year’s taper tantrum, as the US Federal Reserve prepares to depart from its easy-money strategy.
A fractured leadership leaves people on the ground managing their own protest. It is comforting, at least, that they are hugely efficient.
In its efforts to build a brand, the Chinese Super League has posted large trade deficits for player transfers in the last two transfer windows.
Ahead of Friday's talks between students and the HK government, FinanceAsia asked protesters, organisers and opponents what the next move should be.
Foreign banks and investors haven't struck pay dirt with Sinopec's $17.4 billion retail unit stake sale.
Mirza Adityaswara, senior deputy governor at the country's central bank, tells FinanceAsia the budget needs to be re-allocated to achieve 7% growth target.