February 1, 2017 Nikkei Asian Review launches Japan Update newsletter
Nikkei Asian Review launched today our latest newsletter -- Japan Update. We will send five specially selected articles related to Japan to your mailbox every morning, Asia time, Monday through Saturday.
December 1, 2016 Nikkei launches Nikkei Asia300 Index
On Dec. 1, Nikkei Inc. launched a series of stock indexes under the Nikkei Asia300 Index family, bringing together over 300 of Asia's most influential companies.
December 1, 2016 Nikkei Asian Review website has a new, more intuitive look
The Nikkei Asian Review, which celebrated its third anniversary in November, has revamped its website to provide easier navigation and highlight the region's most important stories.
November 24, 2016 Nikkei Asian Review launches Facebook chatbot
Nikkei Asian Review has launched a chatbot on Facebook Messenger. Followers can expect daily briefings on news and current events in the region as well as discover news relevant to them by interacting with the chatbot.
November 15, 2016 SMRT removed from Asia300
SMRT has been removed from our Asia300 list due to its delisting on Oct. 31 in Singapore.
November 11, 2016 Nikkei Asian Review newsletters now available for everybody
Nikkei Asian Review began offering all readers the chance to register for its newsletters.
October 21, 2016 Nikkei Asian Review awarded prize by Spain's IE Business School
The IE Business School in Madrid has awarded Nikkei Asian Review a Prize for Economic Journalism in Asia, marking the second consecutive year that NAR has been honored by the school.
Starting in December 2016, Nikkei Inc. will launch a series of stock indices under the heading "Nikkei Asia300 Index," bringing together over 300 of Asia's most influential companies.
September 20, 2016 Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties removed from Asia300
Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties has been removed from our Asia300 list due to its delisting on Sept. 20 in Hong Kong.
September 6, 2016 Neptune Orient Lines removed from Asia300
Neptune Orient Lines has been removed from our Asia300 list due to its delisting on Sept. 6 in Singapore.