Trends

  • US business schools losing edge to Asia

    Trump's immigration policy and high tuitions are driving away students

  • Interview

    IE Business School adjusts curriculum for a VUCA world

    New head of exponential learning prepares future CEOs for ever-evolving landscape

  • Aussie Rules football makes play for Chinese fans

    'Unique' sport in rare overseas foray with sell-out game in Shanghai

  • Australia's Great Barrier Reef under bleaching threat

    Global warming deals another blow to delicate marine life

  • Japan Inc. heading for second straight record profit

    Electronics, trading companies lead the way while carmakers falter

  • Japan's solar reforms cast shadow on renewable energy

    Booting do-nothing power license holders slashes potential capacity

  • Commodities eye

    Chinese scrap iron exports threaten fierce competition

    Japanese, Russian producers feel heat amid signs competitive exports may grow

  • China agrees to allow US beef imports

    Washington reciprocates by easing stance on Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative

  • Japan aims to double its space market to $21bn by 2030s

    The government will open up more free satellite data to the private sector

  • Japan Inc. showing renewed interest in China investment

    Travel boom whets Chinese consumers’ appetite for high-quality Japanese goods

  • Malaysian footballers dread playing in North Korea

    Sabotage worries ahead of Asian Cup qualifying round

  • Vietnam puts pork on menus as farmers face glut, low prices

  • Policy support props up China's earnings in the run up to key party congress

    Stagnant results further crystallize low efficiency

  • One country's slump isn't ruining the Asia300 profit party

    Indian earnings are on the rise, and Southeast Asian majors are going strong

  • Indonesia's high-speed rail getting back on track

    Jakarta seizes land to meet China's conditions for funding stalled project

  • Bulk carriers' freight rates plunge 40% in a month

    As China sits on plenty of iron ore and soy beans, vessels stay in port

  • The troubling truth behind China's banking 'recovery'

    Falling bad-debt buffers and risky bets add a deceptive shine to earnings

  • Fujifilm, Olympus to use AI for cancer detection

    Study seen alleviating Japan's shortage of endoscopy specialists

  • Jakarta gives public transport a lift in the age of Uber

    Officials want 'angkot' public minivan to hold their own vs. ride-hailing apps

  • Japan manufacturers react differently to chip market bounce

    Shin-Etsu focuses on raising prices while Tokyo Electron goes for growth