HONG KONG -- Foreign missions in Hong Kong are moving to formally lodge concerns over new national security legislation, particularly vague provisions on state secrets and foreign interference.
BARCELONA, Spain -- Dell Technologies, the world's biggest server provider, says the generative AI boom will help bring a major shift to the telecom equipment industry by accelerating the adoption of open radio access networks.
TOKYO -- The sales in China of bond-like securities backed by nonperforming debt held by banks surged by 46% last year, according to data released by the Japanese government Wednesday.
TOKYO -- The Asian Development Bank intends to allocate 55% of its financing toward addressing climate change by the end of the decade, up from less than 40% now, Nikkei has learned.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -- Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. told the Australian parliament on Thursday he would not allow any foreign power to take "one square inch" of the country's territory and that Manila was firm in defending its sovereignty.
BENGALURU -- The Walt Disney Co. will merge its India unit with Mukesh Ambani's conglomerate Reliance Industries, as the Indian billionaire seeks to dominate the entertainment industry in the world's most populous nation.
KUMAMOTO, Japan -- Hsieh Yong-fen, a materials scientist turned entrepreneur, opened her company's second Japan-based laboratory in the southwestern prefecture of Kumamoto late last year. Now she is deciding whether to build a third.
WASHINGTON -- U.S. President Joe Biden will issue an executive order Wednesday that aims to prevent large transfers of sensitive personal data to "countries of concern," a move that could further the American decoupling from China.