Handheld device protective case manufacturer OtterBox has announced plans to expand into the Vietnam retail market through distribution partner Petrosetco Distribution Joint Stock Company (PSD).
China's consumer price index (CPI) dropped dramatically in March official data released today shows, indicating that the recovery in the world's second-largest economy is still weak.
Goal-line technology will be introduced in the English Premier League in time for the 2013-14 season, the Football Association (FA) expects.
China Mobile and Vodafone have signed an agreement to form a consortium to bid for a mobile telecommunications licence in Myanmar/Burma.
Tokyo stocks have hit levels not seen since 2008, as investors embraced sweeping new Bank of Japan stimulus measures that have raised hopes of economic revival.
The Bank of Japan has said it will expand the country's money supply, as it tries to stimulate growth in the world's third-largest economy.
A statement from Pyongyang on Thursday said its military had been given final approval to launch a nuclear strike against the United States following Washington's decision to move an advanced missile defence system to the Pacific island of Guam.
Tensions between North and South Korea continued to escalate Wednesday, with the North blocking the entry of South Korean workers into a joint industrial zone.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook has apologised to Chinese consumers after state media accused the technology giant of "arrogance", double standards, and of "throwing its weight around" with regards to its customer service and returns policies.
Boeing and China Eastern Airlines have celebrated the delivery of the 1,000th Boeing airplane for China, one of the world's "most dynamic markets for commercial airplanes".
Qantas Airways has won final approval from Australia's competition watchdog for its partnership with Emirates.
Taiwanese contract electronics manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry has posted record quarterly profits helped by growing demand for iPhones and iPads.
China is set to become the world's biggest online market with online sales forecast to exceed $420 billion annually by 2020.
Manufacturing activity in China picked up speed in March after expanding at its slowest pace in four months in February, an initial HSBC survey has shown.
China's Suntech Power, one of the world's biggest solar-panel makers, has gone bust.
It is often said that you either love it or hate it but New Zealanders clearly have a passion for Marmite - the spread they affectionately call 'black gold'.
China's quality watchdog the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of China has said in a statement on its website that carmaker Volkswagen AG will recall 384,181 vehicles in the country to fix a long-standing gearbox problem.