Vietnam is set to meet its target of 6.7 percent economic growth this year, and expects to see the same rate of expansion next year.
Do Unilever shareholders have reason to be confident that the consumer goods giant made the right decision when it called off a £143bn takeover from Kraft Heinz earlier this year?
India and Russia are going to begin a series of large-scale military exercises today in the eastern military district of Russia.
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi outlined plans for his country’s first high-speed bullet train on Thursday during a visit from his Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe.
China is hosting the 9th Brics summit from Sunday 5 September as tensions are beginning to appear around the group, made up of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
India’s top court has ruled unanimously that individual privacy is a fundamental right, in a blow to the government’s planned roll-out of the world’s largest biometric ID card program — known as Aadhaar.
Today marks India’s Independence day and while India may have lost its title of the world’s fastest growing economy, the country continues to be an economic growth powerhouse.
In his fourth Independence Day address, India’s president Narendra Modi promised a “new India” by 2022, part of his push to win the upcoming general election expected in 2019.
Today marks 70 years since India first became a sovereign and independent nation.
Today, 15 August, is an important date for the history books, as it was the day India was granted its independence from Great Britain.
South East Asian and Indian buyers now make up the majority of London’s international property investors thanks to the fall in sterling and domestic policy changes.
There will be cause for celebration at Amazon India this month, with the online retail giant getting a green light for an online grocery business on the subcontinent – population 1.3bn – as well as investing fresh capital into its payment arm.
India’s online retailer Flipkart is going to buy its rival Snapdeal in a takeover offer of up to $950m, now that Snapdeal’s board has accepted it.
India’s biggest tobacco companies have lost over $7bn in value in response to the country’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) introduced earlier this month.
In the past five years the way we pay has changed a lot, especially in mobile payments.
Global sugar demand is forecast to increase over the next decade, according to the latest figures from the OECD and UN Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO).
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) will replace a myriad of India’s federal and state taxes, government officials announced on Monday after a special midnight session of parliament.
Asia is arguably the most important part of the world for business today.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR), has grown from a buzzword to an industry of its own — one that now demands expertise, professional development conferences and even its own trade publications.
In an attempt to bolster regional connectivity and make airline travel affordable, the government of India has launched a campaign called Common Man Should Fly — Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik (shortened to Udan) in Hindi.
India’s prime minister Narendra Modi is visiting Europe this week.
The declining fertility rate is contributing to an ageing population and a reduced workforce.
Tech giant Google’s I/O developer conference is taking place this week and the opening keynote speech offered an insight into the company’s latest products and updates.
Tech giant Apple is to start producing iPhones in India for the first time.
China has become the world’s fastest growing aviation market, on the same day its first Chinese-made passenger jet took its maiden flight.
UberEats, the food delivery arm of the on-demand car app, is launching in India today.
Authorities in Kashmir, the northernmost state in India, issued a one-month ban on 22 social media platforms to tackle “anti-government elements.” India’s Hindu nationalist BJP party has ruled Kashmir alongside the regional Muslim People’s Democratic Party since 2015.