Interview

S. Iswaran, Singapore's trade and industry minister, says he wants to encourage the use of solar panels.

Boost expected for Singapore power retailers after liberalization

Electricity market to be fully liberalized in 2018: trade minister

  • Hitachi eager to boost railway sales amid industry revamp

    President says large acquisitions, tie-ups needed for 50% boost by 2022

  • Unilever CEO values sustainable-development opportunities in Asia

    Paul Polman says businesses must be part of society's solution

  • Retiring TSMC's Morris Chang keeps eye on Samsung rivalry

    New dual leadership will test Taiwan chipmaker

  • No dialogue with North Korea without denuclearization, Abe says

    Japanese PM seeks to mend ties with China through reciprocal visits

  • From the cardboard industry, Japan's economy looks 'golden'

    Bellwether material is in for a record-setting year, industry exec says

  • Former Australian PM: China-US can rein in Pyongyang

    Cooperation key to solving region's problems, sharing intelligence can curb terrorism

  • Fed to shed $2tn in assets 'over long period'

    Ex-vice chairman reckons Yellen wants to get started on balance sheet shrinkage

  • Spring Airlines targets China's ascendant middle class

    Chairman sees room for foreign partners in a still-underserved market

  • Reappoint BOJ's Kuroda, says Abe economic adviser

    Koichi Hamada adds his voice to support for the face of Abenomics

  • 'Mistake' to think Britain turning in on itself: Boris Johnson

    UK foreign minister calls 1984 Hong Kong declaration 'a living treaty'

  • AirAsia plans to launch fintech products

    Malaysian budget carrier wants its own version of AliPay and TripAdvisor

  • Murata chief sees plenty of room for growth in smartphone parts

    Proliferating features, demand from Chinese makers creating boom for components

  • It was 20 years ago that the Thai central bank panicked

    Bequeathed a crisis, former finance chief Tarrin recalls getting out of it

  • Snatching Taiwan's allies will backfire on China, says Premier Lin

    Leader says Taipei still wants good economic ties with Beijing and to join TPP

  • AIIB will stay 'lean,' says vice president

    China-led lender will continue cofinancing projects with the World Bank and ADB

  • Hong Kong trimmed to 'one country, 1.5 systems'

    Student activists argue that the next decade is crucial to secure democracy

  • Foxconn says Dell, Kingston to join its bid for Toshiba chip unit

    Tycoon Terry Gou says Foxconn will pass anti-trust test

  • HR software developer Workday eyes expanded presence in Asia

    Plans include opening Seoul, Bangkok offices, doubling Asia staff

  • China economist concerned by inefficient government investment

    Central bank official sees multiple factors as 'favorable' for economy overall