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Marriott Philippines 30% To 40% Off Through May 31, 2021 (Book...

Marriott has launched a new Save Now Save Later-limited time offer for stays in the Philippines through May 31, 2021. Members can save up...

Emirates asks pilots and cabin crew to take unpaid leave

DUBAI/MANILA (Reuters) - Emirates is asking pilots and cabin crew to take unpaid leave and rival Qatar Airways laid off about 200 staff in...

Southeast Asia’s online banking services could generate $38 billion in revenue...

Digital financial services are predicted to generate at least $38 billion in revenue across Southeast Asia by 2025, a new study revealed Wednesday.The report,...

U.S.-China tensions spur progress on giant Asia trade pact

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Tensions between the United States and China have given new impetus to a China-backed trade pact and there is a chance...

6.6-magnitude quake strikes south Philippines: USGS

The shallow tremor hit the island of Mindanao in the same region where a deadly quake struck earlier this month, the US Geological Survey...

Trade tensions kick Asian business confidence to 10-year low:…

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Confidence among Asian companies in the June quarter fell to its lowest since the 2008-09 financial crisis, as a U.S.-China trade...

Boost for Boeing as BA owner backs grounded jet with 200-plane...

LE BOURGET, France (Reuters) - Boeing won a major vote of confidence at the Paris Airshow on Tuesday as British Airways owner IAG signed...

New blow to Boeing from engine delay, Airbus long-range rival takes…

PARIS, France (Reuters) - Boeing suffered a fresh setback at the opening of the Paris Airshow on Monday as the U.S. planemaker's engine supplier...

India is our biggest overweight in Asia ex-Japan, says Paul Kitney...

Paul Kitney, the chief equity strategist at Daiwa Capital Markets, spoke to CNBC-TV18 about the growth in emerging markets and his outlook for...

Factory activity shrinks across Asia, stokes global recession fears

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Factory activity contracted in most Asian countries last month as an escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing raised fears...