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Interview: 'You Do Not Have to Be in China to Be Hacked'

(Simon Lesley/Flickr)
Business

Dane Chamorro, Asia-Pacific director for global risk analysis at the independent consultancy Control Risks, explains why businesses need to "do their homework" — and why some cyberattacks are inevitable.

US Ambassador: Downgrade Would be 'Setback to India's Hopes to Grow'

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Standard & Poor's possible downgrade of India's investment status "reflects some of the current problems India is having," U.S. Ambassador to India Nancy Powell said Friday at Asia Society Studios in New York. 

Frank Lavin: How to Succeed in (Asian) Business if You're Really Trying [Video]

Frank Lavin at Asia Society New York on April 10, 2012.
Business

A former U.S. Department of Commerce official offers pointers for any business hoping to scale up and export to new markets, particularly Asia.

2012: 5 Asia Finance Trends to Watch For

China will continue to take steps to ultimately make the yuan, pictured, a convertible currency. (Flickr/David Dennis)
Business

Credit is tightening, economic growth is moderating, and property prices are finally falling, yet Asia remains one of the few true growth regions of the world, writes Sheridan Prasso.

Photo of the Day: Singapore Skyline

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View of the Singapore skyline showing the Central Business District from the Esplanade bridge on November 15, 2011. (Nicolas Lannuzel /Flickr)

Chinese Investments in the Empire State: Foreign Invasion, or Good for the Nation?

The Freedom Tower under construction at 1 World Trade Center, where Chinese investors have signed major leases. (Dan Nguyen/Flickr)
Business

Massive real estate investments from Chinese companies might stir anxiety in some, but the income is helping.

The Chinese Cyber-Threat

People visiting Huawei Technologies booth display of its product during CommunicAsia 2010 conference and exhibtion show in Singapore. (Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

Chinese citizens and businesses have been making waves in the digital world, but some see it as a forewarning to a Chinese government cyber-invasion.

Chinese Investors 'Rescue' Small U.S. Companies 'From a Very Tough Economy'

Detail view of China's 100 yuan note. (David Dennis/Flickr)
Business

U.S. companies recieved $5 billion in Chinese investments in 2010, but it "may be only the beginning of a tidal wave of direct Chinese investment in American businesses," James Flanigan wrote yesterday in a New York Times article on Asia Society's recently released special report, "An American Open Door?"

U.S. Commerce Secretary Lauds Report on Chinese Investment, but has Harsh Words for China

U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)
Business

Speaking at the launch of an Asia Society paper entitled An American Door?, Gary Locke, nominated to be the next Ambassador to China, warned that China has been "narrowing its commercial environment" to U.S investors.

Is Japan Failing to Capitalize on its 'Coolness?'

Male waiters, wearing women's clothes, pose for photographs at New Type cafe on February 25, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan. (Junko Kimura/Getty Images)
Business An editorial in the Daily Yomiuri titled, "Time to capitalize on 'Cool Japan' boom" criticizes the Japanese government's failure to turn Japan's popularity overseas into economic growth.