The Bombay High court is expected to give its verdict on the Maggi noodle ban and the Indian government is now suing Nestle for $100m over the massive recall in June.
Chinese computer and smartphone maker Lenovo reports quarterly results, missing expectations and announcing worldwide job cuts.
The Greek parliament is due to meet on Thursday and vote on the country’s latest bailout deal, reached with creditors after all night talks on Tuesday.
At least 17 people are killed and hundreds injured, state media report, as huge explosions rock the northern Chinese port city of Tianjin.
China sets the guide rate for the yuan lower for a third consecutive day, in a week which has seen the currency’s biggest fall in two decades.
Shale gas planning applications are to be fast-tracked under new government measures to crack down on councils that delay on making a decision.
Currency move may open Pandora’s box of rampant depreciation, forcing PBoC to resume intervention
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