China’s economic growth rate slowed to a near 30-year low in the third quarter, hurting the income of its poorest.
Unaffordable housing may be fuelling violent protests, but critics say Lam’s measures could make property even pricier.
China’s controversial BRI could prove to be a counterbalance to the damage caused by its trade war with the US.
With no end in sight to anti-government protests, companies and investors are becoming more nervous.
Japan has expelled South Korea from its list of approved export destinations, the latest chapter in a long-running feud.
Tokyo’s curbs on tech exports to South Korea may score political points at home, but could hurt some top Japanese firms.
Some businesses reconsider investments as protesters keep up the pressure against a proposed extradition law.
But stronger-than-expected retail sales and investments suggest government stimulus measures may be working.
US economic and political actions against China and Russia are likely driving the two countries closer, analysts say.
Latest surveys of factory owners in China and other Asian countries show activity slowing down.